Looking to the future! Tiffany Haddish took an important step in its adoption journey.
“I’m taking parenting classes now to adopt,” said the actress, 41, during a Monday, May 3, Daily Pop appearance. “I’m looking at, you know, 5 and above – really, like, 7. I want them to be able to know how to use the bathroom on their own and talk. I want them to know that I put in work and I wanted them. “
The California native added that she “took precautions to protect herself” against an unplanned pregnancy by her boyfriend, Ordinary.
“Let me tell you, if I get pregnant, that’s all God – breaking down all the walls, all the barriers,” joked the Grammy winner. “Now, if that happened, we are going to hire some helpers, then we are going to cry a lot. … And I’m not going to be ‘baby mommy’, I’m going to be ‘wife’. “
As for the surrogate, the Girls trip star explained that she is not willing to give herself injections for someone else to carry her child.
Haddish previously spoke to Common, 49, about her plans to adopt during a November 2020 episode of his “Mind Power Mixtape” podcast. “I just want to bring them survival skills, share everything I know with them,” said the comedian at the time. “Between 6 and 10, put them there, because you can shape their minds. They are still malleable in many ways until the age of 21, that’s what I think. “
In their ideal age group, children will be able to tell her when they are hungry “and have some kind of education”, the Last Black Unicorn author said.
On Monday, the Night school star joked that she may already have “some children here on these streets” because she “gave up a lot of eggs” when she was “21 and really needed some money”. Haddish said: “I doubt it, because I never received the bonus. But maybe somewhere, somewhere I create! “
She is common went public with their relationship in August 2020. “I feel more confident in myself, and he’s not doing it,” said the Emmy winner to Steve-O during a podcast episode right now. “I’m much happier and it’s, like, knowing that I have someone who cares about me, who really takes care of me. It looks like he does it anyway. And I love it. I love him.”