Jennifer Lopez Wishes Her Twins To Learn Something From Her ‘Relentless Work Ethics’- Deets Inside

During a conversation with Vogue for their 73 Questions segment, Jennifer Lopez defined her work ethic as “relentless.” When questioned about what she feels her 14 years old twins Emme & Max can learn from that, she answered, “If you work hard, you can accomplish anything.” As for what she feels “most intimidating” about parenting, the mother of two answered with a giggle, “everything,” before adding, “definitely the teenage years.” Apart from that, the most impressive part of her statement was “what they teach you.”

Last week, JLO shared a wholehearted Thanksgiving week slideshow on Instagram, comprising a heartwarming picture of her son Max resting on hubby Affleck’s shoulders during a car ride. “This Is … Thanksgiving Holiday 🤍🍁,” She penned in the caption, with some “#Family.” and “#ThisIsMeNow” hashtags.

In the picture, Ben was grinning as their son was lying on his shoulder. Other photos in the slideshow include shots of Jennifer cooking seasonal cookies and flaunting her winter garments: big coats, knit beanies, and some turtleneck actions.

In the December issue of Vogue, JLO opened up about how she and Ben are “learning about parenting from each other.” “The transition is a process that needs to be handled with so much care,” she stated of merging their families, citing that while Ben’s ex, Jennifer Garner with whom he shares son Samuel, and daughters Seraphina, and Violet, 16 is “an amazing co-parent, and they work well together,” her current situation with ex-husband Marc Anthony is different.

Since Marc resides on the East Coast, JLO stated that the twins have “so many feelings” about staying in Beverly Hills. “They’re teens,” she admitted. “But it’s going well so far.” She voiced her expectancy for her and Ben’s combined family as they uncover their new normal, sharing, “What I hope to cultivate with our family is that his kids have a new ally in me and my kids have a new ally in him.”

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