Sandra Bullock reflects on raising adopted African-American kids 'wishes' their ...

Sandra Bullock reflects on raising adopted African-American kids 'wishes' their ...
Sandra Bullock reflects on raising adopted African-American kids 'wishes' their ...
'I wished our skins matched sometimes': Sandra Bullock reflects on raising her adopted African-American kids and notes it would be 'easier on how people approach us' Sandra Bullock talked about parenting on Tuesday's Red Table Talk The actress said she 'sometimes' wished she matched her children's skin She has two adopted African-American children, Louis, 11, and Laila, eight  'It would be easier on how people approach us,' she told Jada Pinkett Smith 

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Sandra Bullock is discussing her experience being a parent to her two adopted African-American children.

In a

"Red Table Talk interview on Tuesday, the Oscar winner said she 'sometimes' wished she and her children's skin color 'matched' because it would be 'easier' on how people perceive them as a family.

'To say that I wished our skins matched... sometimes I do,' the 57-year-old star confessed, as Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris agreed. 

The Blind Side actress has a son Louis, 11, who she adopted in 2010 when he was 3½ months old, and a daughter Laila, eight, who she adopted from a Louisiana foster home when the child was three in 2015.

Parenting: Sandra Bullock says she 'sometimes' wishes she 'matched' her adopted African-American children's skin (Pictured with daughter Laila, eight, last year on Red Table Talk)

Parenting: Sandra Bullock says she 'sometimes' wishes she 'matched' her adopted African-American children's skin (Pictured with daughter Laila, eight, last year on Red Table Talk) 

'Because then it would be easier on how people approach us. And I have the same feelings as a woman with brown skin, and it being her babies. Or a white woman with white

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