Sheryl Crow & Her Sons Take To The Skies

Sheryl Crow & Her Sons Take To The Skies

Rockstar mama Sheryl Crow was all smiles heading into JFK airport with her two sons – Wyatt, 3, and Levi, 2 months – in New York City on Friday (July 23).

The 48-year-old mother of two carried her youngest son in a car seat, while a friend carried Wyatt.

Sheryl recently opened up about the difficulties she faced while waiting to adopt Levi.

An adoptive mother goes through more hoops than those people who thoughtlessly become pregnant. I had about 10 adoptions fall through last year, so there was a real sense of relief when [Levi] was mine. It’s a long process and it’s fraught with uncertainty. Another person is carrying a baby and when that baby finally arrives their feelings may have changed.”

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Filed under: Levi Crow,Sheryl Crow,Wyatt Steven Crow

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  1. Anonymous

    I’m sorry but I find it “thoughtless” of her to bash people who get pregnant and then decide to give the baby up. Maybe they weren’t being “thoughtless” you know people give their children up for adoption do it because usually they want them to have a better life than they could provide. So No Sheryl they aren’t being “thoughtless.” If it weren’t for someone giving up their child she wouldn’t even have children.

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  2. lig

    i don’t think she was referring to the parents who relinquish their children. or at least that’s not how i read it

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  3. Anonymous

    She was referring to some comments on a blog where people were bashing her saying she adopted to get attention for her new album. Some on there were saying it was an thoughtless act by her, a reporter asked how she felt about it.

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