Drew Barrymore is more than just one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood, she is also the proud mother of two beautiful girls named Frankie and Olive.
However, even though she is a strong woman and confident mother, she didn't use to be that way. According to her, being a new mom, she was "nervous" and not confident at all.
That all changed when she received a journal, which she claims to have helped her a lot since, in the beginning, all she wanted was to get motherhood right.
A ROUGH PERIOD FOR HER
While handing out diapers and other essentials to families in need at the Baby2Baby Hearts NY COVID Relief Diaper Distribution, Barrymore explained that, at the time, she wasn't eating or sleeping.
So she started writing in this journal, which was gifted to her by "a woman with many children," and that she felt much more grounded afterward, even if she would just write a few sentences about each day.
The "Charlie's Angels" star refers to the journal as a "gratitude book," and revealed that her daughters have also started using it quite frequently. She said:
"My girls and I try to write in it every night that we can. What's cool is they now recognize something and they go, 'That's going in the gratitude book tonight!'"
PROUD OF HER CHILDREN
During the event, which was held in Harlem, New York City, the 46-yer-old also praised her little girls for their newly-discovered passion for activism.
Barrymore described herself as a "wild child."
"This is an incredible time as a parent to have your kids be so aware of everything that's going on in an empowering way that isn't just scary."
ON HER OWN
Barrymore recalled she was not raised that way and it was something she had to find out and learn by herself, which she believes to be a good thing since everyone can follow the same path she did.
Recently, the actress also opened up about her childhood and even got very emotional during a visit to Van Nuys Psychiatric Hospital, where she was placed when she was only 13 years old.
September 20, 2021