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They discuss how Drew Barrymore reportedly uses bubbles to stop her kids in the middle of a tantrum.
The actress shared in a post on Instagram, "Keep bubbles on hand. You cannot tantrum if you are breathing and you cannot blow bubbles without breathing. You can’t tantrum while smiling... and you can’t catch bubbles without lots of smiles. Quick distraction to get back to calm."