Jamie Foxx: Biggest parenting mistake was not making enough time for my daughter By Press Association December 15, 2021, 6:27 am Jamie Foxx attending the UK special screening of Just Mercy held at the Vue Cinema, Leicester Square in London. [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up Actor Jamie Foxx has admitted his biggest parenting mistake was not making enough time for his daughter. The Djano Unchained star said he had wrongly believed that gifts such as trips to Disneyland would help “fix” his relationships. Answering questions on The Ellen Show web series Dad Confessions, Foxx said he had undergone an “uncomfortable” therapy session where the issues had been addressed. Responding to “What is your biggest parenting fail?” he replied: “Making sure I made time. “Like early on and I’m trying to make it and everything like that. “I would show up and I would take my daughter to Disneyland. “I thought Disneyland would fix everything, Mickey Mouse is going to fix it. I came to find out that it didn’t work. “In a very uncomfortable session with a therapist I found out my daughter was like ‘I don’t need Disneyland, Dad, I just need you. He added: “So time, time is priceless.” Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close More from the Press and Journal Scott Parker wants Bournemouth to make life ‘horrible’ for opponents Shetland star Alison O’Donnell’s sadness as ‘sublime time’ with Dougie Henshall ends – but he’s leaving on a high Truss insists recession not inevitable as Sunak warns she will make things worse Where does Eilish McColgan’s magical 10,000m run rank in your list of great Scottish sporting feats?