February 13, 2020
Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock recently had a sit-down during which the latter explained her experience as a mother.
The Hollywood stars recently got a chance to sit down and talk about several issues, which included raising children.
The chat was made possible through Interview Magazine which saw Sandra talking about two kids – 10-year-old son Louis and 8-year-old daughter Laila.
"The close bond that Sandra shares with Louis and Laila seemed like quite the opposite for Jen, who is reportedly not in a rush to have children."
The mother-of-two had revealed that she was dreading the day her kids would grow-up as she said:
"I go, 'How are we supposed to raise children outside of a bubble? And show them the difference between right and wrong...'"
It will be recalled that "The Bird Box" actress shares her adopted children with her partner, Bryan Randall, whom she began dating in 2015. According to Closer Weekly, Sandra joked that she didn't like thinking about letting her children go.
At that point, Jennifer countered her friend's opinion as she said that despite a parent's protective instincts, a child would still reach the age of maturity and see everything that is to be seen in the world.
Jen also wondered if Sandra would allow her children to live with her for the rest of her life as the latter revealed that she had given them options for the colleges they can attend.
The "Miss Congeniality" star's honesty further proved to her fans that she is a doting mother, as some of them had always suspected.
In fact, it was previously reported that the "Ocean's 8" star loved spending as much time as she can with her kids even though fans were surprised to hear she felt always felt excited going back home to her kids.
The close bond that Sandra shares with Louis and Laila seemed like quite the opposite for Jen, who is reportedly not in a rush to have children.
According to Mirror, the "Friends" alum had penned a message on social media where she explained that she was yet to have children because she had "grown tired" of being part of the narrative.
Jen added that she didn't believe that people needed to be "to be married or mothers to be complete. We get to determine our own' happily ever after' for ourselves."
In addition to that, the "Mac and Me" revealed that the idea of mother was a scary concept for her. Despite that, her fans are eager for her to find a man who will make her so happy that she will birth his baby.