How Sandra Bullock’s Life Changed After Adopting Her Children
Sandra Bullock’s life changed dramatically after adopting her two children, Louis Bardo Bullock and Laila Bullock. In 2010, she adopted Louis as a baby, and in 2015, she adopted Laila. Since then, she has been raising her adorable family with her partner, Bryan Randall, who is fully committed to them.
Sandra revealed that Hurricane Katrina, which occurred five years prior to her divorce from ex-husband Jesse James in 2010, prompted her to consider adoption. After the disaster, something told her that her child was there, and she changed her mind about adoption.
Sandra has noticed that her son, Louis, has a different attitude on life than her daughter, who is “fearless” and “going to do” fantastic things in life. She refers to Louis as her “78-year-old son” because he is wise and considerate. She hopes she wouldn’t mess that up.
During an interview with Adrienne Banfield-Norris, Willow Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith on Red Table Talk in November 2021, Sandra revealed that she sometimes wishes her children had her skin tone. “And I feel the same as a mother of white or brown-skinned children.”
Since welcoming Louis and Laila into her life, Sandra has prioritized motherhood above all else. According to an insider, the long-term couple is “doing better than ever” in terms of both parenting and their relationship. The kids have called Bryan “Daddy” for as long as they can remember, and he loves Louis and Laila. Sandra’s life has been profoundly altered by adopting her children, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.