The Gabrielle Union admitted that she will “declare gastrointestinal disease” in order to get some separate time from her children and husband
The Gabrielle Union admitted that her two-year-old daughter Kaavia, her husband Dwyane Wade and three stepchildren retired to the bathroom alone.
The 48-year-old actress Bring It On (Bring It On) revealed that when she needs to take some time out of her very full family, she recycles the same undisputed excuses.
She joked in a new interview in “Parents”
Gabrielle Union admitted that she retired to the bathroom and was alone with her two-year-old daughter Kaavia and three stepsons and her husband Dwyane Wade
According to a Tropicana survey of 1,000 US residents conducted by Wakefield Research between October 29 and November 4, it is clear that celebrities fleeing to the bathroom are becoming more and more popular among parents.
The study found that during the widespread coronavirus lockdown, 49% of fathers and mothers hid in some much-needed space in the bathroom.
In addition, Union can find comfort in listening to the affirmation, Zoom’s therapy and guided meditation.
She joked in a new interview in “Parents” magazine: “I can’t even face it.” “I will raise gastrointestinal diseases so quickly, with a little more time”
In addition to her toddler and 38-year-old husband, she also became parents with Wade’s children Zaire (18, Zaya, 13) and 7-year-old Xavier because he used to be with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches and Basketball Wives Relationship with alumni Aja Metoyer.
His mother Jolinda Wade and her mother Theresa Union, as well as Gabrielle’s niece and sister, also temporarily quarantined the couple in their 8,500-square-foot Los Angeles house.
Although occasionally feeling overwhelmed or crowded, she pointed out that she and her man feel “very lucky” for “owning a very large village.”
Full house: In addition to Zaye, she also lives with Wade, her two-year-old daughter Kavia, who is the stepmother of his children, 7-year-old Xavier Zechariah and 18-year-old Zaire.Watched with Wade’s nephew Dahveon Morris (April 2019)
“We depend on each other, we are all lost. When things get too difficult, we will provide grace.
She also reminded other parents to seek help and “will not” fail them.
She emphasized: “Needing help doesn’t make you weak or vulnerable-it just means you need help like everyone else.”
“We depend on each other and we are all lost. When things get too difficult, we will provide grace. (Watched with Zaya)
She emphasized: “Needing help does not make you weak or vulnerable, it just means that you need help like everyone else.”