As a new father, Channing Tatum is going to have to draw on his own experiences to put together his style of fatherhood; his own parents behaviours towards him, what he’s seen and read, and his own experience as a child growing up.

For Tatum, though, growing up and school were tainted with a problem that affects many children in America: medication. A young Channing performed better with the meds, but it still wasn’t working, as he explains in his interview with Vanity Fair. “I truly believe some people need medication,” he explained. “I did not. I did better at school when I was on it, but it made me a zombie. You become obsessive. Dexedrine, Adderall. It’s like any other drug. It’s like coke, or crystal meth. The more you do, the less it works. For a time, it would work well.” Tatum and wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum's newborn daughter is named Everly; they welcomed her into the world on May 31st. "Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Channing Tatum are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Everly Tatum, who was born on May 31 in London," read a statement.

Tatum’s family plans have been discussed in the media before, mainly by the Killer Mike star himself. He actually said, jokingly, that he wants 15 kids and a huge family, but that would probably mean getting a new wife, as Jenna might not be up for that kind of work load.

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