Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Chris Brown Brings 11-Month Old Daughter as Date to Billboard AwardsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Chris Brown Brings 11-Month Old Daughter as Date to Billboard Awards

By Courtney Omernick

In latest celebrity news, it seems as though Chris Brown wasn’t the only good looking celebrity at the Billboard Music Awards this past weekend. Chris brought his adorable, 11-month-old celebrity baby daughter, Royalty, along as his date. Royalty stole the show with her golden colored tutu, white fitted jacket, and her Timberland kicks, according to E! Online.

Latest celebrity news shows that Chris Brown clearly values his role as a father. What are some ways to know your partner will do the same?

Cupid’s Advice:

Although this celebrity news article shows Chris Brown as a great dad, he hasn’t built the best reputation for himself in the past. Even if you’ve been with someone for a long time, it can be hard to tell how they’ll act once you bring a child into the picture. Cupid has some tips:

1. They know what you need: Do you need to be left alone? Do you need comfort? If your partner is able to sense your mood and what you need, chances are they’ll be a good parent. If they can tell what you need, they’ll be able to tell what your child needs.

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2. Last minute plans don’t bother them: When you have a child, everything can change at the last minute. Babies don’t have a strict schedule. If your partner can adapt well to an ever-changing situation, they may be a good parent.

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3. They express their feelings: When it comes to raising a child, it’s important to know when to set boundaries. A great piece of dating advice is if your partner is vocal about their feelings, chances are, they’ll pipe up and become emotionally invested when it comes to raising your child.

What love advice do you have regarding relationships and parenting? Comment below!