Why Does Alanis Morissette Daughter Call Her By Her Full Name? You should be aware! Onyx, Alanis Morissette 6-year-old daughter, is sophisticated beyond her years and has even chosen to address the singer by her full name.
During the Thursday, October 20 Show of Audacy’s “Gary Bryan Morning” dated episode, 48-year-old Morissette revealed, “My daughter has started calling me by my full name because she realizes that nobody uses my entire name when we’re in an intimate setting.”
” As a result, she now refers to Alanis Morissette as “Mama” instead. The singer of “Ironic” and her husband Mario “Souleye” Treadway have three children together: sons Ever Imre, 11, and Winter Mercy, 3, and daughter Onyx.
She didn’t say if her other children shared the amusing trait, but she did say that all three of them are huge fans of her music. Even when I say, “Turn that off,” they still listen, Morissette jokingly observed. You are really adorable.
She was raised in Canada and is renowned for her innovative parenting practices. The American Music Award winner discussed her desire to homeschool her kids in May 2020 in an interview about “unschooling,” which she referred to as “kid-led education.”
As a result, if my daughter says, “F-k these tiles,” in response to an agenda like, “Let’s play with these magnet tiles. I want to chop down the tree and sprinkle glitter on that thing. Boom, we’re going to do it,” she said at the time, according to Health magazine. I’m essentially getting inside their eyes. We delve deep as I’m continuously observing her eyes and what draws her.
The 42-year-old Morissette and Treadway acknowledge that “unschooling” necessitates constant study and have even set up their home to facilitate this. “Here is the spelling area, and over here are the phony animals. My husband and I make pods all throughout the house. There’s certainly a better way to define unschooling, but rigidity doesn’t exist,” she said at the time.
The singer-songwriter, who has previously spoken openly about her battle with postpartum depression, also said she doesn’t hesitate to talk to her children about mental health. She said, “We talk about therapy all the time. “And with feelings, it’s important to me that they feel everything. I want to give them the impression that they are not alone and that they can feel my presence all the way inside.”
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The “Jagged Little Pill” singer claimed to have PPD in August 2021 and said it “progressively worsened” after each childbirth. She added that counseling and medication were the only things that helped it “come out on the other side.”