Can We All Stop Trying To Put A Baby In Jennifer Aniston, Please?
How many years has it been that weâ€™ve all been forcing Jennifer Aniston to be pregnant? By my calculations, itâ€™s about seven-and-a-half. Ever since Brad Pitt left her to start a family with Angelina Jolie, weâ€™ve all been trying to give Jen some kind of â€œrevenge bump.â€ Take that Brad! Iâ€™m not barren! Can we stop the insanity, please?
The baby fervor is going into over-drive since she got engaged toÂ Justin Theroux. As we all know, everyone who gets married wants to start a family. Please tell me you didnâ€™t miss the sarcasm in that statement. Why isnâ€™t it enough to be wildly successful, gorgeous, rich and have a hot husband to travel the globe with? Why are we always trying to put a baby in Jennifer Aniston?
An article I read this week in Metro inspired this rant. The headline was, â€œJennifer Aniston Sparks Rumors She Is Pregnant â€“ Saying Yoga Is Helping Her â€˜Prepare.â€™Â The quote was actually, â€œYoga kinda helps you prepare for everything. Honestly, itâ€™s like meditation.â€ Um, does anyone else feel like she was confessing to being pregnant here? I donâ€™t. The article goes on to say, â€œThe blonde continued to tease with a set of vague responses about her exercise regime and said that she was using yoga to â€˜prepareâ€™ â€“ but didn’t specify if that was for a wedding or a baby.â€ Because women obviously canâ€™t use tools like yoga to just help them cope with life a little better. We wouldn’t bother â€œpreparingâ€ for anything that wasn’t a wedding or a baby. Good grief.
Iâ€™m sure we have years of speculation ahead of us, unless she decides to go on Anderson CooperÂ and say sheâ€™s pre-menopausal or has decided to have a hysterectomy or something. God forbid a successful, popular, soon-to-be-married woman doesn’t use her uterus for baby-making. What will we all do?