Sandra Bullock has already filed paperwork to bring home a little girl. “She can’t wait for them to be able to shop and do their nails together,” a source tells Star. Plus, she already has names picked out!
While Sandra Bullock is loving every exhausting second of taking care of her adopted son, Louis, she’s ready to give the 11-month-old a sibling. “Sandy is such a wonderful mother. She has so much love to give,” a friend close to the 46-year-old Academy Award winner tells Star magazine. “She knows one is not enough. She can’t wait to relive this whole experience with another child — this time she wants a girl,” reveals an insider. We think she’ll be great with a little lady!
Sandra was overheard telling her The Proposal co-star Ryan Reynolds, “There will be more kids coming! I want a big family” during a dinner at Soho House in West Hollywood on November 13, reports the magazine. “She is absolutely smitten with Louis and is adopting again,” confirms the insider. In fact, she is so serious about expanding her family that she’s already started the adoption process and has filed the paperwork with same New Orleans agency she used to get Louis,whom she lovingly refers to as her little Cajun cookie! “They have several children who need homes now,” notes the insider. So, it looks like Sandra could have her daughter very soon!
And she’s already got part of the little girl’s name figured out. She’ll use Helga for the child’s middle name, as a tribute to her own mother, who passed away a decade ago. Isn’t that sweet? HollyMoms, did you carry on a family tradition by naming your children after relatives?
Sandra has been fine with being a single mom, since divorcing her unfaithful husband of nearly five years, Jesse James. And she’s way too busy caring for Louis right now to throw herself back into the dating scene, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been thinking about her ideal man. “She’d like to find a cowboy totally disconnected from the film industry,” says the insider. “She has even hinted that she wouldn’t mind being fixed up.”