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Sandra Bullock: Sleep deprived but blissfully happy

Published 02/10/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock has reportedly “never been happier” now that she is a mother of two, despite her newly adopted daughter causing her severe sleep deprivation.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Sandra Bullock is reportedly “overwhelmed with love for her two children”.

It was claimed earlier this week (beg28Sep15) that Sandra had added to her family once again by adopting a baby daughter.

Now she is trying to get used to her growing brood, and despite struggling with some aspects of having two kids, she is apparently loving every second.

“The baby has been fussier that Louis was at that age, and Sandy hasn’t been getting a lot of sleep,” a source told “The little baby has been very colicky, which has been stressful for Sandy. But even though Sandy has been sleep-deprived, she has never been happier!”

Sandra is enjoying life at the minute, as she is also in a happy relationship with photographer Bryan Randall.

Despite her turbulent romantic past, Sandra is said to be more than happy with her new boyfriend, who has been entirely supportive of her adoption decision.

“Bryan has been absolutely amazing helping Sandy with late night feedings, and keeping Louis occupied,” the source added. “Sandy is just overwhelmed with love for her two children, and her new relationship with Bryan.”

“Sandra made it quite clear to Bryan from the start that she’s looking for a husband to raise kids with.”

Sandra is already mother to five-year-old son Louis, who she adopted from New Orleans back in 2010.

Since then she has spoken frequently about her love for her son, and recently revealed that she has started making career choices based on her child.

She recently voiced the villainous Scarlett Overkill in animated movie Minions, and admitted the main reason she took the role was to fit in around her little boy.

“I wanted to stay home and drive him to school and they (the film-makers) said ‘We’ll come to where you are’,” she told the Irish Examiner. “I was able to drop him to school, go to work and pick him up and now he gets to watch something I did and not know I’m in it. He doesn’t know this is what I do.”

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