Meet Teresa Palmer’s Adorable Family
The couple are now proud of five children – with Isaac they share sons Bodhi Rain, born in February 2014, and Forest sage, born in December 2016, and daughters Poet Lake, born April 2019, and Prairie Moon, born August 2021.
“No words can describe what it means for me to receive the gift of motherhood,” she wrote on Instagram.
However, Teresa avoided traditional gender norms and pointed out how confusing her son Bodhi is for a girl because he has long hair and loves dollhouses and princess costumes as well as dresses. racing cars, lasers / guns / blasters.
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“I don’t define Bodhi or my other sons by gender, I just love them as the beautiful, soulful, adventurous children that they are,” she wrote in a blog post.
The actress added that she loved the “beautifully progressive and loving world we live in” where people can “both fight for gender equality and embrace the idea of not being defined by our bodies. sexual “.
“This is the reason I remember my children’s gender commentary being outdated, silly and can be ignored.”
It’s clear that Teresa is a fan of alternative first names, and she admitted in a blog that she likes earthy, unisex names “which are also” a bit unique “.
“I have a soft spot for a two-syllable first name and a strong one-syllable middle name,” she wrote on Your Zen mom.
“Both of my boys’ names are related to nature, trees in particular. I always climbed trees when I was a kid, ‘tree’ even became the way people shortened Teresa when I was growing up, so that has always had a specific meaning for me. “
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Teresa loves being an active mom, and that is her “top priority”.
“It’s so rewarding to be able to do what I love about my job, but my main priority and what has always been my dream has been to be a mom,” she said.
“People tell us all the time, ‘Why don’t you and your husband fly on business and have a babysitter travel economy class with the kids? And I’m like, ‘No, I want to be together, these are my children.’ “