Jennifer Lawrence has opened up about her decision to become a mother.
The winner of this year’s Academy Award is featured in the October issue of Vogue, where she discusses the changes that have taken place in her life since the birth of her son Cy in February. During the interview, Lawrence revealed to her husband, Cooke Maroney, the gender or the name of their upcoming child for the first time.
Lawrence remarked that it was highly nerve-racking even to discuss the topic of parenthood. “Simply because it is unique to each individual. If I say, “It was fantastic from the beginning,” then other individuals may think, “It wasn’t amazing for me in the beginning,” and they will feel horrible about themselves.”
She shared that before giving delivery, a few of her friends warned her that she would have some bad sensations and might not instantly feel a connection with her baby. She added that this information helped prepare her for the experience.
“To my good fortune, I have many trustworthy girlfriends. Who were saying things like, “It’s terrifying? It’s possible that you won’t connect immediately away. It’s possible that love won’t find you immediately away. Therefore, I believed that I was entirely ready to show forgiveness…
When I was out for a stroll with one of my closest friends when I was around nine months pregnant, I remember thinking, “Everyone keeps telling me that I will love my baby more than my cat.” However, that is not the case. Perhaps I’ll feel the same way about him that I do about my cat? “— I quote her.
On the other hand, this was not the case for Lawrence.
“My chest now has more room than I had previously realized it could hold. That goes double for my hubby as well… The morning I gave birth, I had a distinct impression that my entire life had begun anew. To put it another way, it is day one of my life. I just stared. I was head over heels in love.
I couldn’t help but fall in love with every infant I encountered. Newborns are simply beautiful in every way. They are these little pink and puffy survivors that are pretty frail. I have come to adore all newborns. When I hear a baby crying in a restaurant, my first thought is, “Awwww, such a darling little one.”
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