Dress Comfortably & Never Let Them See You Fight: Marrying The Game‘s Tiffney Cambridge Offers Her Top 5 Parenting Tips

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When Marrying The Game first started, all we knew about Tiffney Cambridge was that she was Game‘s fianceé. Now in its second season, we’ve gotten to know Tiffney for the more complete woman that she is: a sexy, stylish woman who can still rock an “inappropriate” outfit, a devoted mother and teacher, and a new author. When we spoke to Tiffney recently, we wanted to know how this mother of two manages, so here are her top tips for parenting while also being a reality star.

1. Dress Comfortably

Though she professes to love Chanel and high heels, Tiffney’s style changed after Cali and Justice came along. “I was known for walking around with heels on, even in high school,” she told us. “But I’m a mom, so day-to-day I’m really casual and comfortable because I’m running around with the kids. I stopped wearing as many heels. After I had the kids, it was flats and flip-flops.”

2. Teach Your Kids Respect, Above All Else

The Taylor children are adorable, yes, but they’re also great kids who love and respect their parents. Tiffney explains “I raise my kids like my mother raised me, to be very respectful. I talk to them with a stern voice, so they listen. I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that they’re in a Christian school, so they’ve been raised in the church and they have good Christian values, they’re respectful, and they have a good character about them.”

3. Don’t Sweat The Fact That Dad Is Just One Big Kid Himself


Jayceon is known for letting his kids run the house, eating pizza on the couch, not using napkins. As the stricter parent, Tiffney doesn’t let this bother her. “I’m fine with that because I know how he is. Jayceon does not discipline them at all, but they’re more scared of him than they are of me, it’s funny. You’d think it’d be the other way around because I’m the disciplinarian, but he has a face that he gets, that Game face that he gets, and they know they better get it together.”