Lauren Bush Shares Pics of Her Fair-Haired Sons Staying Entertained during a Flight
Being a mom is one of the best feelings in the world, and Lauren shows fans that as she shares images of her kids with them.
Despite being known as a very busy woman who runs her own company, Lauren Bush Lauren is a doting mom when it comes to taking care of her kids.
Once again, she showed fans how much her boys matter to her as she shared adorable pictures of the toddlers on social media.
As seen from her Instagram page, Lauren posted photos of her boys, James and Max having fun on an aeroplane as she watched. The first image showed her firstborn, James handling a mini aeroplane toy as he appeared to drag it against the wall.
A second image showed James again, but this time he was looking out of the window. The last one, however, featured both of her kids, and one-year-old Max could be seen with an object in his mouth.
Lauren followed up the images with a caption which detailed her experience. In her words:
"Traveling with kids is chaotic at best. The interrupted nap schedules, the antsy little bodies constrained in cramped airplane seats, and the endless amount of stuff you need to travel w kids are all things to consider."
Although the statement may have seemed like Lauren was complaining, the latter part of the caption revealed the hassles were something she enjoyed going through, and of which she described as 'magical'. Lauren went ahead to ask other parents for their 'travel with kids tips'.
ABOUT LAUREN'S KIDS
Lauren, who is a granddaughter to late American President, George H.W. Bush and wife, Barbara Bush. Lauren had her two boys with husband, David Lauren. David is the son of famous designer Ralph Lauren, and the pair got married in 2011.
They welcomed their first kid, James in 2015 and second, Max on 19th of April 2018. Max was born two days after matriarch and former first lady, Barbara Bush passed away at the age of 92. Now three and one years of age, respectively, James and Max have grown to be quite an interesting pair.