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Ben tries babysitting

Ben tries babysitting

Ben Affleck, who turned 34 today, used to follow George Clooney as one of Hollywood’s toughest bachelors to nail down. Affleck dated starlets like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez, but even those beauties couldn’t keep him committed. Ben’s changed his ways since the birth of his daughter, Violet with wife Jennifer Garner. Now he’s gone from Ladies’ Man to Family Man.

Last week Affleck told reporters at a press conference for his upcoming film Hollywoodland, "I love being a father. It's wonderful. It's changed my life. It all sounds like platitudes and clichés, and that's because they're the truth."

But just because Ben has taken to life as a daddy, doesn’t mean he’s ready to become Mr. Mom. He’s still a little shaky when it comes to taking care of his 8-month-old daughter. At the press conference, Affleck shared how Garner prepped him for his recent first solo babysitting experience.

According to Ben, Jennifer said, “You take the peaches in the thing and you stir that up and you put that in with a little oatmeal and then put that in with a little bit of the crushed pears.��? Ben admitted his wife wasn’t entirely confident in his abilities. He revealed, “She looked at me and said, 'In all seriousness, is this too complicated?' That's my wife."




aw aw cute.. I think he will be terribly afraid until they have another one.














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