– Jerry Seinfeld has worked hard to be a good example for his children.
– His wife, Jessica Seinfeld, praised their son Julian on his 20th birthday for being a good person with a strong work ethic and moral standards.
– Jerry also showed love for their son in the comments, calling him “special” and expressing his love.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is known worldwide for making people laugh, but to his children, he’s simply “Dad.” Throughout the years, he has strived to set a good example for his offspring and build “decent human beings.” In a 2012 interview with The New York Times, he explained, “The only way to really do it … is by doing it yourself and modeling it, and hopefully they follow.” It appears that his efforts have paid off: on March 1st, Jerry and his wife, Jessica, celebrated their son Julian’s 20th birthday by posting a photo on Instagram and praising him for being a “phenomenal and gorgeous human being.”
Jessica wrote a lengthy caption in which she applauded Julian’s impressive work ethic, intelligence, and kindness. She lauded his ability to strike a balance between a heavy college course load and a job he loves, and noted that his “sharply tuned BS detector” does not suffer fools gladly. Julian’s excellent moral compass serves as a guide for those around him, and he treats his friends like family. All in all, she proclaimed him a “goodness” that is especially needed in today’s troubled world. Jerry chimed in with his own message of love and support.
Jerry Seinfeld and Jessica Seinfeld married in 1999 and have three children: Sascha, Julian, and Shepherd. Though they keep their family life relatively private, the Seinfelds’ affection for their children is clear in their social media posts. It’s not surprising that a couple who values setting a good example for their children would end up with such impressive offspring. Their parenting style can be summed up as one of leading by example, trusting their children to make good choices, and allowing them to learn through experience. It’s hard to imagine a better way to raise a family.