And it’s all a learning curve for Rumer, who noted, “The biggest lesson I’ve learned so far, during this transition to motherhood, is about surrender so ideally, I’m planning for a home birth, but if at any point someone was like, ‘It’s a little risky, or maybe not,’ then I’d be like, ‘Cool, let’s adapt and change.'”
But when it comes to post-birth, the Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood actress just hopes the little one will inherit Demi, 60 and dad Bruce Willis‘, 68, “goofiness.”
“We’re so goofy, all of us, and just weird,” she told the outlet. “We’re a family of weirdos, and I love that so much. I really hope that that is engendered in this child, just the silliness and goofiness. I think my mom had that. My dad had that.”
Rumer noted that even sisters Scout Willis, 31, Tallulah Willis, 29, and Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8—who Bruce shares with wife Emma Heming Willis, 44—all have that funny gene.
“That’s my favorite thing,” she continued. “Laughing with my family. I have a crazy laugh and so does my partner, so I’m actually probably the most curious to see what it sounds like.”