- Today, Blue Ivy Carter, Beyoncé’s nine-year-old daughter, and Grammy winner, is back in another public hobby.
- She modeled for her mother’s Blue Ivy Park line in a new video released for Ivy Park Rodeo Kids.
His mother, younger brother, and Blue Ivy younger sister, the four-year-old twins Rumi and Sir Carter. They all appeared with Bay in different frames during the 36-second commercial. But despite their brief appearance, they are real thieves on stage. Being a star is literally in their genes of Blue Ivy:
Bay talks a bit about Blue while talking about her journey to figuring out self-care and how it affects her children in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.
“I think, like many women, I feel pressured to be the breadwinner of my family and business, and I don’t know how much that will affect my mental and physical health,” Beyonce began. “I don’t always put myself first. I have struggled with insomnia from touring for more than half my life.
For years I wore my muscles from dancing with heels.
Stress on my hair and skin, of sprays and dyes to the heat of curling irons, and wearing heavy makeup while working on stage. I have collected many secrets and techniques over the years to try my best for each show. But I know that I have to take care of myself and listen to my body to do my best. “
“In the past, I used too much time dieting in the belief that it meant taking care of myself, moving, and taking too much care of my body,” she continued. “My health, how I feel when I wake up in the morning, my peace of mind, how often I smile, what I feed my mind and body with – these are the things I focus on. Mental health is also about self-care. I learned to break the cycle of illness and neglect by focusing my energy on my body and feeling the subtle signals it gave me.
Your body is telling you everything there is to know, but I had to learn to listen. It’s a process of changing habits and checking for bags of chips and messes everywhere! “
He then shared how his discovery had affected his daughters Blue and Rumi: “During quarantine, I didn’t overdo it in developing positive rituals that were taken from previous generations and gave it my spin,” he said. “I discovered CBD proceeding my last tour and found it beneficial for pain and inflammation. In addition.
It helped my restless nights and the excitement that comes from not being able to sleep. I’ve found the healing properties of honey to be beneficial for me and myself. And now I’m building a hemp and honey farm. I even have a beehive on my roof! And I’m so glad my daughter got an example of this ritual from me.
One of my most gratifying moments as a mother was when I discovered that one day Blue was taking a bath in the bathtub with my eyes closed, using the mix I created and taking time to relax and calm down; I have so much to share… and soon to be giving more!”