Ryan Reynolds’ Description of Flying With His + Blake Lively’s Kids Is Hilariously Relatable
As fab and famous as they are, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are still totally relatable in plenty of ways. That includes the trials and tribulations they face as the parents to a toddler and an infant. For instance, their delivery room know-how, their baby name battle, and the “nightmare” that is flying with kids.
“I’ve always had empathy for parents especially like [during] flying,” Reynolds admitted while chatting with the folks over at Good Morning America. “Before I had kids, I was always like, ‘God, that’s hard.’ You can see [the parents are] sweating and they’re nervous because their kids are yelling and everyone’s mad at them.”
Anyone who’s flown with a kid (whether escorting the little one or just happen to be seated near one on a plane) can surely relate. Reynolds does his best to deal with the stressful sitch by avoiding it completely. “I would rather drink a piping hot bowl of liquid rabies than get on a plane with my two children,” he revealed before adding one reason, saying, “At two years old, [kids] just have to rip all their clothes off and introduce themselves to everyone on the plane.” Oh my! That’s certainly one way to fly.
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(h/t E!; photo via Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty)