Jennifer Garner is honest about some of the frustrations that come with being a mom.
The actress, whose new movie “Yes Day” hit Netflix this month, is often viewed by fans as a relatable parent. A peek on her social media shows the single mom of three navigating home life while running her baby food company, Once Upon a Farm, and often gives fans an inside look with hilarious cooking segments posted on Instagram.
The former “13 Going on 30” shares her son Samuel, 9, and daughters Violet, 15, and Seraphina, 12, with her ex-husband Ben Affleck. Speaking to People magazine for this week’s cover, she shared a few examples of things kids do that can be irritating as a parent.
“Kids who ignore you when you talk to them five times in a row. When they’re mean to each other. Or when they don’t try and they just love, lie on the floor,” says -she. “And then I realize I’m basically doing the same thing. I mean, sometimes you just have to get away from your kids. You don’t even have to announce it. Or you just say, ‘Oops. Hold on. I think someone is calling me in the other room. You just have to run away. “
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Garner appears to be happy with her career and personal life, but she admitted that the last year spent in quarantine amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has encountered some difficulties.
“I don’t know if I stayed positive all the time,” she shared. “I think I had a few temper tantrums. And I hope [my kids] also have. I think you have to do it. It’s like, have your feelings. But there are so many reasons to be thankful. “
“Yes Day” follows two parents who give their children the opportunity to set the rules for just one day of the year. People note that it is an annual tradition in one’s own home.
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Speaking about what she would like for her own special day, Garner admitted that she would start the day with ice cream or have brunch with friends.
“I would probably go to that little cafe, Huckleberry, and eat the green eggs and ham there, which is that prosciutto and pesto and homemade English muffin.” Excellent cappuccino, some close friends. There would be a fun group workout. Probably take a walk. Enjoy a beautiful sky. With lots of talk, then probably some time for the kids. We all just need an adventure, ”she shared.
Earlier this month, Garner appeared on the Happy Mum podcast, Happy Baby, where she spoke about how her body changed after pregnancy and why she’ll never be one of those mothers the body is capable of. to “bounce back”.
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“There are some amazing women whose bodies, no matter how many babies they have, bounce off that lean, tummy-less tummy,” she said via People magazine. “It’s amazing. I have so many girlfriends who have this physique, and I’m so happy for them. I’m not one of them. This isn’t my gig.”
“I can be really fit and I will always look like a woman who has had three babies, and I always will,” she said.
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