What a bliss to watch our sons and daughters grow up. Jennifer Lopez can confirm this statement, the American actress recently posted a video on her Instagram account bringing breakfast to the twins' bed. Emme Maribel (who also goes by the nickname Lulu) and Maximilian "Max" David appeared happy starting the celebration quite early we have to add. The video at the moment has over 2 million views from her fans.
“OMG!! I can't believe it's been 13 years since I carried them both home in my arms in the middle of a snowstorm. Out of that blizzard came two perfect Lil' coconuts who rearranged my life and taught me the true meaning of love," she wrote. "It has been the most magical journey full of adventure and joy ever since... I'm feeling so many emotions this morning...so very emotional today... so proud and happy and heartbroken that I can't freeze time. To my two caring, sensitive, and special souls...who I know will change and rearrange the world in your own very unique ways...your mama loves you beyond forever.. and ever and ever..."
Lopez commented on her Instagram post sharing all the love and affection to her now teenage twins. She prepared her children some sunnyside-up eggs and bacon, as well pancakes and waffles with colorful sprinkles. Lopez also sang to them a bit of “Good Morning” song from the movie Singin' in the Rain and gave them each a birthday card where surely she expressed all her love.
They were Lopez's first newborns, although their father, Marc Anthony (absent when celebrating them, by the way) had three more offsprings. Jennifer and Anthony split in 2014. She is now engaged to her longtime love, Alex Rodriguez, who also took to Instagram last year to mark their birthday. “I’m so proud of both of you and so lucky to be a part of your life,” he wrote on Instagram at the time, sharing a series of photos with him, Lopez, and the twins, as well as his own daughters, Natasha and Ella. “I love you!
She recently commented about her family's health due to the Coronavirus pandemic, stating that health "became the number one thing that we, in a way, took for granted for so long. Not being able to see my mom and dad as much as we wanted, we didn't spend the holidays together — different things like that where you realize health is the number one most important thing in our lives, so it became a huge priority," she said.