Motherhood Has Changed Megan Fox (for the Better!)
Formerly rebellious Hollywood star, Megan Fox, is singing a very different tune now that she’s mommy to adorable baby boy, Noah Shannon. After an incredibly quiet pregnancy and a hush-hush delivery on September 27th, Megan Fox is finally speaking out on her little cutie. US Weekly is reporting on just how much of a change motherhood has made in her high profile life. She said that, “the whole thing has been overwhelming because I didn’t realize you could love something so much, and I know people always say that but I love him so much it hurts.” How cute is that!? She even goes on to say that, “it’s an interesting feeling to have because I never felt that before.”
There’s honestly no better way to sum up all the exciting, new and overwhelming feelings that all new moms feel about their beautiful bundles of joy. And Fox really is a doting mom, too, saying that Noah is “getting to that place where he’s smiling and almost ready to laugh, and I can’t wait for that baby laugh that almost makes you feel like you can fly, like your heart’s going to explode.” Gah! So cute! With traits from his beautiful mama and hunky dad, Brian Austin Green, we can’t wait to catch a glimpse of that smile and laugh, either.
But Fox goes on to talk about the really big changes motherhood has made in her life in the few short months that Noah has been around. Chances are we won’t see the actress taking on any overly sexual film roles anymore. She recently shared with UK’s Mirror that she’ll be more cautious about choosing films because she’s “already thinking about when he’s in school and his friends are going to be showing him my photo shoots with me in a bikini and he’s going to be horrified.”
Like so many other new moms have experienced, motherhood has really made life come full circle for Fox. Giving her baby a moniker with biblical roots, she explains that she “went through a stage in my early 20s when I was very rebellious against how I was raised and I wasn’t worried about faith or religion but now, maybe because of getting married and wanting to have a family, I’ve come back full circle.”