María Castro and José Manuel Villa expanded the family with the birth of Olivia, their second daughter
The interpreter has traveled by train to Valencia with her whole family to get on the boards of the Olympia theater with her play ‘The alibi’
A trip in which this off-road mother has been forced to breastfeed the baby
Maria Castro and her husband Jose Manuel Villalba they welcomed their second daughter 6 months ago, Olivia. Since the little girl was born, the actress has not stopped sharing how her day to day is being as a mother of two girls and, above all, the lights and shadows of this second motherhood. The interpreter has proven to be a true off-road mother and some time ago she resumed her schedule to put herself in Ana’s shoes in ‘The Alibi’, a play that successfully arrived yesterday at the Olympia Theater in Valencia and that pushed the protagonist’s family to accompany her on this “first post-pandemic trip”.
“One more gig and one more week for the family to embark. This time Grandpa couldn’t be supernanny with Olivia, so next on the list: the baby’s dad. And, as a consequence, also the older sister … that leaving her ‘Alone at home’ we left it alone for the movies’, argued why she had traveled with her partner and with her two daughters. “Collateral damage: for two days my husband and Maia park work and school to accompany the house’s cupletist”, Explained the combination they had made so that María could get on the tables and make all Valencians enjoy this story of police intrigue.
This was the “first train trip for Olivia”, who asked her mother to eat on the way from the capital to Valencia. “I have already assumed traveling in a petticoat for a possible express breastfeeding”, assumed in a story in which he showed how he was breastfeeding the baby. This was also the first “post-pandemic family trip” that It will serve as a reunion with part of the family that lives there and that he has not been able to enjoy the newborna. “We will put distance, a mask and all the stipulated measures plus the ones that come to mind,” he reassured his followers in this post, in which they all appear posing just before getting on the AVE. “The excitement is guaranteed. That is what I tell you, that just thinking about the reunion, my tears are already falling ”, he predicted some very special days.
María Castro makes the reality of motherhood visible
Castro commented on his social networks a few days ago that he was living the B-side of motherhood on his own. The actress accepted thate had come “the day when I couldn’t take it anymore” and discovered a selfie in which he was “the spitting image and the pure reflection of exhaustion.” The woman from Vigo said that, despite the fact that they are following a sleep plan that you read, “it has restored peace to our nights”, Olivia had been waking up for a week at all hours for any reason, be it due to the “birth crisis, development milestones or any pass that passes through his head ”.
Although she has tried to carry these nights without shutting an eye in the best possible way, María exploded after living a night in which she was more “standing than sitting, without a shirt to breastfeed than with it on and talking to a baby who is still he doesn’t understand me ”, he made visible the B-side of motherhood. After waking up late and running her firstborn to school, the presenter was able to rest thanks to the help of her girls’ grandparents. “This time it has been my body that has decided to stop and this time I have also decided to listen to it, which is rare for me. […] I am human and I deserve to listen to myself more, much more ”, I got a moral from these days.