Megan Fox Let Her Pants Air-Dry After Son Peed On Them, Talks Baby Milestones
Ew, that's…hilarious! Megan Fox admitted recently that sometimes her household gets a little chaotic while taking care of sons Noah, 22 months, and Bodhi, 6 months. So much so that she didn't even bother changing her pants after her youngest peed on her.
"I was holding Bodhi, and Noah was running around. I was trying to manage both of them because my husband [Brian Austin Green] wasn't feeling well. My sister was with me, and we were talking. We were having some sort of theological discussion and Bodhi peed through his diaper and onto me," Fox, 28, told The Stir.
"I was so exhausted that I didn't even bother looking for a wipe to clean me up. I just checked his clothes to make sure they weren't wet and they weren't. I was soaking wet, but I just let it air-dry," she admitted. "That's how you know you have so many children that you just—I was too tired to be bothered with cleaning up my clothes or even my hands. I was just like eh, f--k it."
"That's sort of one of those moments when you realize how much your life has changed—especially for me because, once upon a time, I was a germaphobe!" she said. "The idea of that would have like sent me hiding under the covers. Now I just embrace it and wear it, and it is what it is."
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles actress admitted it's hard to be a working mom but hopes to make at least one movie a year. "I have a future and I have to be able to pay their way through college and be able to provide for them whatever they need in the future," she said. "I do need to work, and I do need to leave them."
But for now, it seems Fox is just taking one step at a time—and enjoying every milestone that comes her way. Bodhi has "just found his feet," she gushed, and Noah has become quite the protective big brother.
"I'm excited for the future to see them be brothers and be best friends," Fox said. "I know there's going to be lots of fighting, but I know there's going to be lots of hugs and kisses and all the artwork they're going to do together, and the pictures, and memories."