She is done! In an exclusive interview with Closer Weekly, The Bachelorette alum Trista Sutter opened up about having more kids with her husband, Ryan. The pair tied the knot back in 2003 and they have two adorable children together — an 8-year-old daughter, Blakesley, and a 10-year-old son, Maxwell.
"Shop is closed! We are perfectly happy with the family that we have now. I'm 45 now, I just turned 45 and I had high-risk pregnancies when I was pregnant 10 years ago," she shared. Trista is also focused on "limiting stress" in her life after suffering a seizure back in June. "[Another baby] would put me through the roof because I feel like I would worry the entire time. I went into pregnancy and wanted to be pregnant so bad. Honestly, if I have had great pregnancies I would have even considered being a surrogate because I just love babies and pregnancies and deliveries and all of it, but my body does not like being pregnant. I am at a point in life where I want to appreciate what I've got and I think we're good."
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The handsome Vail Fire Lieutenant on the right was honored today with not one, or two, but three awards…Merit, Educational Achievement, and a Certificate of Recognition for 15 years of service. 🎖🎖🎖 And thanks to FaceTime, our little stomach bug victim was able to happily support her daddy from the car. ❤️ Grateful for technology, #VailFire for acknowledging incredible service, and a husband who shows our kids the meaning of hard work, courage, & dedication. 🚒 So proud of you @ryansutter!! #shesfeelingbetter #cantletalittlebugstopus #wouldntmissit #proudwife #proudkids #yesMaxneedsahaircut
Closer Weekly spoke with the blonde beauty teamed up with Honeywell Air Purifiers. "I am so thankful to Honeywell Air Purifiers because they have not only been able to help us with the air purification in our home, they also really educated me as a mom on the fact that at least keeping the windows closed in the morning hour is very important because that's when the pollen and dust and everything in the air tends to be flowing in the wind," the mother-of-two stated.
"That's been a huge thing. They capture 99.97% of pollutants from the air that goes through the filter, so I would say that's actually a pretty good ratio and it's a brand recommended by allergists so you have that extra piece of mind. I am so thankful to be able to partner with them and share some of the tips that I've learned with moms and dads and kids alike out there who are just like me and Max who suffer from allergies."
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This year has been one of many gentle and not so gentle reminders to appreciate my life. A life full of everything from the beauty of family and friends and experiences to the not so beautiful moments of pain and stress and loss. My life is not perfect and neither am I but the fact that I have a life is something to appreciate. I am alive. I am blessed and I need to continue to remind myself not to strive for perfect expectations but to be grateful for each breath and heartbeat and shared connection…and not just on Thanksgiving. Thank you for sharing in it and wishing you all a heart of gratitude this holiday season! ❤️ #grateful #happythanksgiving
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