John Legend and Luna do their daddy-daughter dances to this special record
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For John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, some of the most special moments with 2-year-old Luna and 8-month-old Miles are ones that reflect their own childhood traditions.
"My dad and my mom used to play records all the time, they loved to dance with us," he told AOL during a joint phone interview with Chrissy. "Now I love dancing with my daughter and Miles --"
"I try to go dance with them," Chrissy added. "They do this little dance party, put a record on -- literally a record, music sounds so beautiful on a record player -- and they just have this private moment. They'll close the door. If I walk into it..."
"She's like, 'No. No, mom,'" John said, laughing.
Although John has plenty of favorites to choose from, the go-to record for daddy-daughter dances isn't his choice: "Luna's in charge. Her favorite is the Christmas album right now," he said, referring to his 2018 release "A Legendary Christmas." "She still wants to play it in January. We'll see how long she's into it. But right now she's into the Christmas album, and it's been that way since January."
When the Christmas album isn't in rotation, "she also likes her Disney [soundtracks] -- she'll have us dance to 'Cinderella' music, 'Beauty and the Beast,' 'Princess and the Frog...'"
John's love of music helped inspire Pampers' 2019 Super Bowl ad, which spotlights the diaper brand's new "Love the Change" campaign. His "Stinky Booty" song receives some melodic backup from dozens of other dads -- and an unexpected solo from Maroon 5's Adam Levine, who has his own little ones at home.
Pampers is celebrating dads and all that they do, and it's a message that resonates with John and Chrissy.
"I think fathers sometimes get pushed to the side in parenting," Chrissy said. "We have to appreciate our dads, the men in our lives who help make our children so wonderful."