There are fewer things sadder than a family who wants nothing more than to have a child but can't. But thankfully we're in a day and age where science is capable of magical things, I'm talking straight up biblical miracles where people who were previously blind or deaf can see and hear all of a sudden and couples who previously couldn't have children can now procreate and form their own offspring.
Unfortunately though, treatments like IVF have their own social stigmas attached to them, which may sound absurd, because who would fault someone for wanting to bring a child into this world and raise them, right?
Back to where it all began - Lake Como, Italy - first came here in 2007. A boat tour guide took us to a little spot on the lake and told us to make a wish. I asked for this to be the man I marry and have children with. I think John asked for the most perfect bite of cacio e pepe. Both came true, and here we are.
Like in this interview with FABLife:
"John and I were having trouble. We would have kids five, six years ago if it happened. It’s kind of crazy, because I can’t imagine being that nosy to be like, ‘So, when are the kids coming?’ because who knows what somebody’s going through. So anytime somebody asks if I’m going to have kids I’m just like, ‘One day you’re going to ask that to the wrong girl who is really struggling and it’s going to be really hurtful to them and I hate that. Stop asking me.'"
And after she revealed at the SAG awards that her and her husband would be having "a boy for sure" as their next little bundle of joy, people were up in arms.