Tom Brady He only has special memories of Gisele Bundchen Home-born, but not satisfied at first. The model was part of ESPN + Man in the Arena: Tom Brady series, and revealed that Brady told her “not at all” when she first said she wanted her first child Benjamin at home. After making it clear that this was her body and her choice, the soccer star asked, “Who has a baby at home in 2000?”
There are many reasons why women choose to give birth at home rather than in a hospital, and the first time a mother knew that was what she wanted, no matter what Brady thought. “It was a home birth, and it was funny because he didn’t want me to give birth at home,” she explained. “He was like, ‘Absolutely not,’ and I was like, ‘Oops, you can’t pick that, it’s my body. ”
Over the course of the 20th century, home birth declined rapidly with the advent of modern medicine, but women have been giving birth in their homes or caves since humans existed. In the end, Brady called the experience “precious”. “Being there with G at his birth in our house is so vivid in my mind. I think we brought this boy into the world in the most precious way,” he said in the clip.
Bundchen gave birth to her two children via a water birth at home and explains in her book My Path to a Meaningful Life that she was wary of hospitals because her twin sister, Patti, had contracted double pneumonia when they were 10 years old. She even went against the doctors’ advice when giving birth to Benjamin at home, remembering “the doctor told me it was too dangerous for me to give birth at home.” “He said Penny was in an unusual situation, my hips were too small, and the odds weren’t in my favour.”
In another excerpt, Bündchen admitted that she found the first game she ever attended in 2007 “the most boring thing” she had ever seen. I thought it was the most boring thing I’ve ever seen,” Gisele said. I was like, ‘What are they doing? Why do they stop all the time? Where’s the point?’
The model didn’t know how she was going to play it but she faked how much she liked it, “In the end, I was like, ‘Oh my God, I don’t know what to say to this guy. He would ask me, “How was the match?” I was like, “Oh, that was great!” “I didn’t understand a thing,” Bundchen said.
After 14 years, the 41-year-old has become his biggest fan, and the happy couple shares three children Vivienne and Benjamin, co-couple of 13-year-old John Edward (Jack) from his relationship with Bridget Moynahan.