38-year-old Gina Rodriguez has recently welcomed her first child, Charlie with her husband, Joe LoCicero who she got married to in 2019. The pair met and started dating in 2016 while working on the set of Jane the Virgin. They soon became engaged in 2018.
The couple revealed that they chose the name as a tribute to family members who have since passed away, giving their little one a meaningful moniker. This type of meaningful naming has become increasingly popular among celebrities in recent years, with many opting to give their kids names that carry some significance and honour those who have impacted their lives.
This trend of meaningful naming can be traced back to celebrity parents like Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian West, and John Legend, all of whom named their children unique monikers that hold special meaning. For example, Teigen chose the name Luna for her daughter because it means “the moon” in a variety of languages, while Kardashian West gave her son Saint because he was a miracle baby.
The trend isn’t limited to celebrities, either – many parents are now steering away from traditional baby names and instead opting for ones that have some significance.
By giving their children unique names with special meanings, parents can ensure that the name they choose will stay with them for a lifetime – and make sure that their kids are proud of the name they carry.
According to Gina, she also sustained hip damage from labour. She has been open about her journey as a mother and hopes to inspire other mothers to take time for themselves in order to cope with the struggles of motherhood.
Rodriguez explained to PEOPLE that “Mother’s Other Day” falls on the day after Mother’s Day because, on Mother’s Day, we tend to celebrate other mothers instead of focusing on ourselves who are mothers This can leave little time for mothers to be alone, as they may be celebrating with their own mothers, grandmothers, sisters, in-laws, or other relatives. While it is a time for gathering with family, it can be hard to find some time to relax and be by oneself.
She emphasizes that taking care of oneself is not selfish, but rather necessary in order to be able to take care of others.
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