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I see people bounce back all the time ‘…she’s already dating so and so?
’ And I just couldn’t have done that, especially with the way things ended for me.
so I reach to get the lip gloss and all of a sudden there was a hand in the car, which startled me. She was the owner of the agency that I was going to see…
And, she said ‘you should come see me, I’m a modeling agent.’ You couldn’t have scripted that.” So, at age seventeen, Beauvais convinced her mother to let her move to New York City to pursue fashion modeling and her career took off. Eventually, Beauvais made the transition into acting and appeared in over 13 films and 35 television shows, but she’s best known for her roles as Francesca “Fancy” Monroe on The WB television sitcom, Beauvais has been very vocal about her fertility challenges in trying to conceive her twins, and even after going through 3 miscarriages and a failed IVF treatment she didn’t give up, in fact, she tried for five years before her little blessings were conceived. Every month you’re like ‘Am I (pregnant), no I’m not’…” It’s also a battle she never thought she’d go through since she had already given birth.
But through her difficulties the dedicated mom offers advice for other women who may be struggling in this area.
“Try not to be all-consumed by it, because it can be all-consuming.
Her innovative “I AM” book series focuses on topics such as cultural differences, divorce, and bullying.
“My first book was , which I felt like there wasn’t enough material out there that sort of celebrated diversity… And the second book is really for kids dealing with divorce and separation but in a kid-friendly way.
I’m the parent.’ With my kids I’m much more money-conscious in terms of making them understand the value of money as much as I can, even though they’re six.
And, there’s all kinds of ways to have families now…” Since there’s a 17-year gap between her oldest child and her twins the star admits that her parenting style has changed over the years. I think with Oliver it used to be, ‘well, do you want to do this, or do you want to do that?
’ now it’s kind of like, ‘this is what we’re doing.
and also my kids could see characters that sort of looked like them, so that was important that they understood that they didn’t have to choose ‘I’m black’ or ‘I’m white’ because of their parents. It’s more of like ‘what do you like to do at mom’s house? ’ The message of the book is love is love; family is family no matter where you live. Just trying to make it where you can start a conversation, where they can maybe tell you how they feel about going back and forth…starting the conversation about something that is important to talk about.” Beauvais went through an acrimonious divorce with Nilon after she discovered he had been unfaithful to her for years, and though co-parenting is always a challenge, especially at the beginning of a spilt she’s in a good place, so we solicited advice that could help other moms who are trying to co-parent cohesively.
“…I think it’s important not to bad mouth the other parent.
“I think I’m doing more traditional things like more reading, less TV.