It’s not all sunshine and rainbows in Kristen Bell’s household!

In a Thursday interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the 41-year-old actress shared that her 6-year-old daughter Delta has a habit of leaving some threatening notes around the house for her to find. She said of her youngest:

“Sometimes it’ll be an ‘I love you,’ but most times, it’s about what stuff is hers and what not to touch.”

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The Veronica Mars alum then shared one of the Delta’s messages, which read:

“Don’t disturb, Delta is starving to death. Only Mom can come in.”

Yeesh! Turns out Dax Shepard was to blame as he decided not to get them ice cream — hence the “starving to death.” LOLz! Bell explained:

“This was over an ice cream trip that I was like, ‘No, it’s 7 o’clock the evening, we’re not going to get ice cream right now.’ And then she decides, she was like, ‘Well, I’m just going to starve myself to death.’ I think Dad had said, ‘No, we’re not going to ice cream,’ which is why I was allowed in.”

Poor, Dax! However, she claimed the biggest blowouts are over Delta’s “candy stash,” which is normally hidden in some very strange places:

“She keeps them, by the way, in the pots and pans… when I go to make noodles or something, it’s just full of Ring Pops.”

It’s like a surprise every time! While her youngest is the primary note culprit, her 8-year-old daughter Lincoln also joins in on the fun at times:

“There’s a lot of notes in the fridge from my kids about what I can and cannot touch. I’m raising very strong women.”

That’s for sure! Reactions, Perezcious readers? Let us know!

[Image via Kristen Bell/Instagram]



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