“If they see a clock they look at it and say, ‘clock,’ but they mispronounce it," he said. "They drop the ‘l’ from it. I don’t want to react because I don’t want them to know it’s a bad word, but I want to encourage them to talk so I’m like, ‘That’s good!’”
"My children are starting to say 'no way' a lot," he recently told UsMagazine.com. "I don't know where they picked up 'no way' but they don’t say 'no, they go, 'no way.' Like I probably do things that make them go, 'No way, no way!' Really cute. Not the smartest children in the world but really, really cute kids."