At least the truth has finally come out.
Wow, how awful.
The sad truth was revealed in the documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck which recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
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Taye Diggs has written a children's book called Chocolate Me that looks amazing and the reasons he wrote it are even MORE amazing!
“The book is based on a poem that I wrote while I was in college, based on a period of my life when I was around five years old. The first time I read that book to my son was one of the more moving activities that we have done together."
Wow, Diggs' son Walker is one lucky boy to have such a cool father!
Here's what the dad also said:
“One thing that I’m realizing is that I am nowhere near the father I thought I would be. I also had no idea what kind of a human being Walker was going to be. It was easy prior to him being born to say, ‘Oh, I’m gonna discipline him like this or I’m gonna feed him like this.’ So I’m learning from my experiences and we’re just gonna try and be in the moment and let time and his experiences kind of dictate how we handle that.”
Diggs then gets into some really deep shizz where he's almost philosophizing about the act of parenting.
Here's what he said:
“I’m constantly thinking about my son. What I most feel is the vulnerability. I’ve never prayed more than I do since he entered my life. You would think that being a father would hit a strength in you — coming to the realization that you brought someone into the earth. Instead, I’ve never felt more weak and vulnerable, just because of how much I love this person.”
It's quite obvious that you love him very much which makes us love you very much!