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Just when we thought it wasn't possible to love Sandra Bullock more. The Oscar-winner opened up to People Magazine today about adding to her already adorable family by adopting 3.5 year old daughter Laila. Already mom to 5-year-old Louis, Bullock talked to the mag about how she views the "traditional family" (see the perfect family portrait below).
"If a traditional home is one that is filled with lots of love and poop jokes, no sleep, schedule books filled with more kids' social events than adults' and lots of yelling over who touched who first ... then I have a very traditional family," she told People. You can hear the "Cute!" all over the Internet.
The news had us a bit nostalgic for all things Sandy, so we couldn't help looking back on the three times (that's it!) Ms. Bullock has walked down the aisle on-screen.
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She's been proposed to in rehab (by a pre-The Affair and The Wire Dominic West in 28 Days), an unstoppable force that almost cancels Ben Affleck's wedding (Forces of Nature), a magical widow (Practical Magic), and a bride on the brink of a nervous breakdown (Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood). But seeing our Sandy in a white frock walking down the aisle in a movie is a rare find. She's donned white for three movies — and only made it down the aisle in one of them! And they all have the same thing in common — long sleeves. She famously donned Betty White's off-white vintage silk gown for The Proposal, went very traditional to marry Bill Pullman in While You Were Sleeping (only after leaving Peter Gallagher at the aisle), and ran from her wedding into Tate Donovan's arms in lace and a full skirt for Love Potion No. 9.
We love seeing her in the role of bride, but the 51-year-old is a little shy when it comes to the idea of marrying again. Telling People, "I don't think so, but I can see myself in a committed, safe relationship where there is lots of love and laughter, and 'making memories' is No. 1 on the to-do list."
We couldn't agree with you more Sandy, make those memories!