“At first, I thought, ‘Well, gee, everyone’s going to think I’m a jerk. And then I thought I don’t care what they think. I want her to have a foundation in things the world considers good and artful.”
Midler said she nixed television for her daughter because the programming is too violent and the commercials are too sexual.
“We just do stuff together; we do a lot of construction paper, a lot of drawing, a lot of chatting, a lot of dancing around and making up stories and games and stuff,” she said.