“Your kids need your love and attention, and being able to devote myself to them is very fulfilling. As I get older, spending time with my daughters makes things much easier. You learn to put your ego aside.”


Bruce Willis

“I think I’m much more afraid of making a mistake in raising my daughters than I would be with any work that I do, as an actor. It’s a much higher scale of fear, raising kids.”


Bruce Willis

“As God’s chosen, blessed sons and daughters, we are expected to attempt something large enough that failure is guaranteed…unless God steps in.”


Bruce Wilkinson

“The question of whether we were misled into the war in Iraq isn’t a liberal or conservative or Republican or Democratic question, it’s an American one. Protecting the democracy that we ask our sons and daughters to die for is our responsibility and our trust. Demanding accountability from our leaders is our job as citizens. It’s the American way. So may the truth win out.”


Bruce Springsteen

“I met my darling wife Wilnelia in 1980 when we were on the judging panel for the Miss World contest at the Royal Albert Hall. With two ex-wives and five daughters, I thought I wouldn’t be involved with anyone for a long time – if ever. Winnie was so gorgeous, my jaw dropped – and it’s a big jaw to drop.”


Bruce Forsyth

“One day, my daughter Tybee came to me, and she said, ‘I have so much love for you in my body, Daddy, I can’t stop giving you hugs and kisses. And when I have no more love left, I just drink milk, because that’s where love comes from.’”


Bruce Feiler

“If you can give your child only one gift, let it be enthusiasm.”

Bruce Barton

“I think I’m going to have to live vicariously through my daughter’s rebellion because I certainly never did go through adolescence.”

Brooke Shields

“The thing I’m the most proud of in my personal life is that my daughter actually thinks that I’m fabulous.”

Brooke Shields

“I had to put my kid before my career and all the money I was making. I decided to do the right thing. I was dying inside. If I didn’t have my daughter, I would be dead right now, for sure.”


Brian Welch

“Everybody doesn’t have to have a daughter who’s a goodie-two-shoes.”


Brian De Palma

“I can tell you one other story about Rent Control. The lead actress in the film, her name was Elizabeth Stack, and it turned out she was Robert Stack’s daughter. The only problem with that – and she was lovely – was that she was basically hired because [Gian Luigi Polidoro] thought she was [film producer] Ray Stark’s daughter. And he figured that if he ran out of money, her father would kick in some more. I can still remember the day he freaked out when he realized she was actually Robert Stack’s daughter. He was just screaming “Untouchables!” over and over.”

Brent Spiner

“I had only to remember that centuries before, men fell in battle for the daughter of Troy, that passions carried greater weight than decorum. It took so little to prove that human life and property are devastatingly temporary. All she had to do was lie down for a prince. They burned the city to the ground.”

Brenna Yovanoff

“I have an incredibly supportive husband and family and an incredibly well-adjusted daughter.”


Bree Turner

“My daughter hasn’t seen me with anybody in five years. I’m very, very selective when it comes to that because I want to make sure that it’s real. I don’t want her to see me with just anybody because she means everything to me.”

Brandy Norwood

“My daughter, I can’t give up because she’s watching and she’s here and she’s waiting for me to be an example. So, between her, myself, and my will, and me pushing myself, that’s my inspiration.”

Brandy Norwood

“I’ll be a nun, raise my daughter, and make albums.”

Brandy Norwood

“My daughter is in love with Adele. She listens to her every day. To see someone with that much passion and soul move a 9-year-old is amazing and it’s magical.”

Brandy Norwood

“Even before I had a daughter, I was passionate about global women’s issues, but now that she’s here, I’m even more inspired to leave a better world for Evangeline.”

Brandi Carlile

“I used to turn to nature and animals a lot. And fishing. I spend time still with my Bible and the gospel music, and I still have to feed the animals! But my wife and daughter have brought me a world of perspective when I’m feeling just a little “extra important.””

Brandi Carlile