Megan Fox is not about having her kids get into the addictive world of technology.
On Saturday, People got in touch with the actress who opened up on being part of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies and how she's iffy about having her two sons get involved with television and all the phone devices.
Right now, she would rather her kids, Noah, 3, and Bodhi, 2, get involved with other things until they get older.
"I hesitate just because...I try not to expose them to technology," Fox said. "It's hard to make them super nerds if I don't let them watch television or movies, or get on an iPhone or an iPad. So right now, I'm making my kids into artistic nature-hippies. We'll see what happens. At some point, they'll choose what they want to be."
Fox, who shares her kids with her ex Brian Austin Green, added more detail on how she doesn't like to have technology be a "babysitter" for children.
"It's actually really bad for their brain development, and I'm trying to breed, like, superheroes," the actress said. "I don't want them to get f-cked up brains. So I just suck it up, and it's hard, and one of us is always doing something. We don't get a lot of rest time, but I know it's better for them."
Even though the boys will make their own minds up on what they want to be when they grow up, Fox has ideas on what she pictures for them.
"I would love one of them to be a painter or a poet and, like, wear scarves and walk around Paris, like angsty," she said with a laugh. "Then I would like one to be a musician, maybe. Their dad Brian plays jazz drums and is a good musician. So I think one of them is going to have the spark for that."