Oscar-winning actress has already completed the paperwork, says new report
Sandra Bullock is about to be a mommy again. The Oscar-winning actress, who already has an adopted son, is in the process of adding another member to her family, Radar Online has learned.She's always said she wants more than a child – and she's now taking active steps to see her dream come true.
Sources close to Sandra tell Radar Online that she's just completed the paperwork for another adoption, with hopes that it will be completed soon.
“Bullock, a devoted single mom to adorable Louis Bardo, since her painful divorce from serial cheater Jesse James, has always wanted more than one child and feels now is the right time to give her two-year-old son a sibling,” Radar writes.
The spy says Sandra was also thinking about Louis when she filed the papers for the second domestic adoption, because she wants him to grow up with a brother or sister together.
“Sandra has always planned to have more than one child. She feels that now is a good time for a new baby to be welcomed into the family. Louis is a little young to understand that he is going to be a big brother, but Sandy is trying to get him ready for the transition,” says the spy.
“It took her about 18 months to finally get Louis, and there is no time table as to when she will get the second child. Sandy's adoption lawyer has told her it could take up to a year to complete the process,” the insider adds.
So eager is Sandra about another child that she doesn't even care whether it's a boy or a girl, as long as it's healthy.
Her rep, though, is saying there's no truth to the rumor.
Fans must know that Sandra initially wanted to adopt baby Louis with her ex-husband Jesse James.
However, after the huge cheating scandal that played out in the press, with various women coming forward to claim having had an affair with him, she completed the adoption process as a single mother.
Sandra revealed the happy news – and her gorgeous son – to the world in a beautiful spread and interview with People magazine, back in April 2010.