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Babies love broccoli? Well, maybe just Jenna Dewan Tatum's

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"I lucked out with a kid who loves broccoli"

Jenna Dewan Tatum has accomplished what all moms hope to accomplish — she's gotten her baby daughter to love vegetables!

Jenna Dewan Tatums' daughter loves vegetables

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Kids usually hate eating their vegetables, but not Jenna Dewan Tatum's tiny tot. Yep, that's right — the Step Up actress has admitted that her baby daughter Everly — whom she shares with hubby Channing Tatum — actually loves broccoli!

Moms across the globe know what a difficult task it is to get their children to eat healthy food, but Dewan Tatum has lucked out.

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"It sounds so crazy but this little girl loves broccoli. I don't know how I lucked out with a kid who loves broccoli. She literally can't get enough," Dewan Tatum told Us Weekly.

So how does the 33-year-old beauty manage to get her little daughter to eat her veggies? Dewan Tatum said she gets creative in the kitchen.

"It's really fun to see her go 'Mmm that was good,' and like it because they have such a clean palette. You can sort of give them anything and decide what they like," the star revealed to the mag. "I'm constantly being creative in the kitchen for her."

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And the 10 Years actress is loving motherhood. Her daughter turns 1 next month, and the new mom admits that she loves spending time with her daughter and takes her everywhere. "I love taking her places with me: Going to stores with her, going to friends' houses — she just hangs out. She's literally the coolest little girl," Dewan Tatum gushed.

So how has being a mother changed the actress' life?

"I definitely have learned to go with the flow and... and that there's no way to control everything in life, You want to be there at every second and do the best job that you can, but [kids are] unpredictable. "

"[Having a child] teaches you patience.... it's definitely been a force of learning flexibility in my life."

Perhaps baby No. 2 will be on its way shortly then?

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