Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, who have inspired many with their relationship, reportedly want to expand their family soon. The are already parents to two little girls, James, 2, and Ines, 5 months. But, a source say that they are not planning to have their new addition the old fashioned way.
This is because Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are seriously looking into adopting a baby instead. The same source adds that they still have to decide if they are going to adopt from another country or domestically.
They would love to bring in a baby from an impoverished nation who they will be able to shower with love and opportunities in life. Ryan Reynolds and the former "Gossip Girl" star want to have a son since they already have two girls. This will also add more male presence in their small family.
Meanwhile, in the promotion for his new film “Life,” Ryan Reynolds was able to talk about being a dad to two very young children according to Marie Claire. He admitted his biggest fear that most parents only know so well. The actor said that he is not looking forward to getting on a plane with his kids. In fact, he will avoid it at all costs.
Ryan Reynolds explained that before he became a dad, he already empathized with parents he saw taking their kids on a plane. He knew it was hard seeing them sweating and nervous because their kids are yelling and the other passengers are mad at them. The “Deadpool” actor joked, ‘I would rather drink a piping hot bowl of liquid rabies than get on a plane with my two children.’
The first time that the whole family was seen out in public together was when Ryan Reynolds was honored with a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. At that time, the youngest girl’s name has not even been revealed yet reported Extra. The actor said that he and his wife decided to bring them to the ceremony because it was one of the rare occasions that needed their whole clan’s presence. He was afraid that he might regret it in twenty years if he didn’t.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.