Celebrities and their unbelievably interesting birthing and parenthood stories!
Having kids is not something that can happen as easily as it happens to normal people for the celebrities. They need to put a lot of things on hold in order to get the baby delivered and then things are even more difficult for them as they need to take care of their babies and somehow hide them from the whole world because they do not want them to be someone whom paparazzi can take advantage of! Considering all this, still, some of the celebs go ahead and decide to have a child. What we are always curious about is knowing how they do the parenting part and today we have all the stories here for you!
Kristen Bell is now having a show that show offs her parenting skills called "The Ellen Degeneres Show". She had always been pretty vocal and the struggles of motherhood. 36-year-old Kristen Bell got bullied for something that will happen to every single woman after giving birth to a child! She also gained weight after her pregnancy but no, haters have to criticise everything! In an interview with Redbook, she said "I am not a woman whose self-worth comes from her dress size... The comparison is one long, agonizing death and does not interest me at all."
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She had trouble delivering her second child as she was in labor for 33 hours. The whole thing was such a chaos that she had to have a C-section! This is her story: "Childbirth can be a crime scene—and parenting isn't much easier, And yet, it's still my VERY favorite thing I've ever done on earth. You peek around the sheet, and they're lifting out the baby, but then you notice your wife is completely disassembled — I can see inside of her. I was like, ’It’s a girl! Your liver's out, I think. And then those are definitely your intestines… Oh my god, put her back together correctly!'"
The "Big Bang Theory" star, Mayim Bialik, is not the only one who can boast of a successful university career! She studied at the University of California in Los Angeles, obtaining a doctorate in Neurobiology in 2008. She started from very young in the series "Blossom", which she had to leave to continue with her studies. Actually, the actors who achieve fame often have studies that show their great intelligence behind them. She is one of the stars who had the weirdest delivery room, witness!
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She let her 2-year-old little son witness the birth of her new kid and the guy’s brother! "Fred was born at home and Miles was able to watch the whole thing from his high chair while eating granola. Fortunately, it was a very fast labor because I think Miles would’ve been bored if it was longer than the hour and a half it was. He loves it, he still talks about it. Miles was able to watch the whole thing from his high chair while eating granola, We prepared him with videos about homebirth that our midwife prepared. [During the birth] I said, ‘If Miles wants to go the next room he can!’ But he said, ‘No, I’m fine!’ He got freaked out by the blood, but it was still nice."
Before being the mother of 3, Beyonce also suffered a miscarriage and she opened up about it in her HBO documentary, "Life Is But a Dream". She said: "About two years ago, I was pregnant for the first time. And I heard the heartbeat, which was the most beautiful music I ever heard in my life. I envisioned what my child would look like... I was feeling very maternal," but then, things went wrong! She described the experience as the saddest thing she has ever been through.
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During her check-up, the singer found out that the heart of the fetus is no longer beating. In an interview with Oprah, she said: "There are so many couples that go through that and it was a big part of my story. It’s one of the reasons I did not share I was pregnant the second time because you don’t know what’s going to happen. And that was hard because all of my family and my friends knew and we celebrated. It was hard."
She channeled her sorrow in her music as she commented: "I went into the studio and wrote the saddest song I’ve ever written in my life... And it was the best form of therapy for me because it was the saddest thing I’ve ever been through,"
"I felt like when I was having contractions, I envisioned my child pushing through a very heavy door. And I imagined this tiny infant doing all the work, so I couldn't think about my own pain... We were talking. I know it sounds crazy, but I felt a communication."
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The two met on the set of the movie Fantastic Four in 2004, and they fell for one another insanely. Cash was the production assistant for the movie. Jessica said: "Right after I met [Cash], I called my best friend and was like, 'I met this guy and I feel like I've known him forever and I'm going to know him for the rest of my life.'" The two got married in 2008, and now they are the parents of three kids. She is one of the stars who went on with hypnobirthing and she said that it helped her get calm.
"It’s just about eliminating preconceived ideas, negative ideas that people have about birthing and labor, and getting into a zone of health and wellness. Your body is supposed to do this; it’s meant and made for birthing a child — not something that needs to be intervened medically, unless, of course, there’s a complication or problem, and most of the time there isn’t. You have the power, as a woman, to have the type of birth experience that you want to have. It’s about being calm and breathing gently. Instead of pushing the baby out, necessarily, it’s breathing the baby down. Your body naturally contracts and pushes the baby out. That’s what labour is. So if you just allow it to do what it’s meant to do, and if you can stay calm and open, then you’ll have an easier time with birthing."