Megan Fox on Her Boys: Baby Bodhi Is a “Beast” and Noah Tries to “Smother Him”
Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images    

Celebrity Moms & Babies

Megan Fox on Her Boys: Baby Bodhi Is a “Beast” and Noah Tries to “Smother Him”

Bless the heavens for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Not only are we excited to relive the ‘90s the best way we know how, but it also marks the return of Megan Fox, who is now a mother of two, 22-month-old Noah Shannon, and 5-month-old Bodhi Ransom.

In fact, the 28-year-old hasn’t been able to hold back from gushing about her little boys during the film’s promo tour. She even admitted that Baby Bodhi peed on her and she let it “air-dry,” and that he’s growing so fast, he’s a “beast.”

"Bodhi is finally starting to talk a little bit," Megan dished to Us Weekly. "He is nearing 6 months. We did just take him to the doctor, and he's an enormous child.”

“He's in the 95 percentile for height and weight," the actress adds. "So I've got a beast on my hands." Her bluntness is just as entertaining as watching her kick some Shredder-butt on the big screen!

So how is her eldest son, Noah, handling being a big brother? Megan admits he’s still getting used to his new role. “Half the time he is [excited], he wants to stroke his head and help feed him — then the other half of the time he tries to smother him,” Megan joked to People.

“He’s good most of the time, but then every once in a while, when we’re not looking and we hear the baby cry, we realize he’s thrown a toy at his face.” That’s what we like to call, brotherly-love!

But all the fighting aside, Megan admits that Noah and Bodhi manage to share a few sweet moments together. “There's not a whole lot of bonding going on, but they took their first nap together today!” she beamed. “They were sleeping in the same position.”

Nothing like being a mother-of-two, huh?

Sources: Us Weekly, People

08.8.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Josephine Cusumano
Related: Celebrity Moms & Babies, Celebrity, Hollywood It Girls, Movies, News

Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on Twitter0