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“I’ve never appreciated my body more, or being a woman more, personally,” she says.
“I’ve always loved women, like I am so pro women, but man, am I pro women that raise children, whether they came from their body or not.
While being equated with everybody’s favorite mythological horse may seem extreme, Strickland explains that parenthood has only intensified the bond between herself and the man she met while filming star, 39, says.
“I thought I did, but if a person can become a better version of themselves, which I didn’t know was possible with him, he did. And he was remarkable for me throughout the pregnancy, throughout the birth.
“He literally can use chopsticks,” Strickland says with a mixture of pride and awe.“But instead we’re doing a great exploration of what it is to love someone and to support them, and not at the sacrifice of yourself.” But even after several seasons of playing the “Char Coop” romance, Strickland marvels at how they not only came together but emerged as “the stable relationship” on the ABC drama, “which is kind of hilarious.” “I’m a big believer in relationships and love and sticking it out with another person,” she continues.“And if I get to explore that on the show, it’s great, because it’s unexpected.” ABC Boss Discusses ‘s April Time Slot Change Speaking of relationships, Strickland has quickly formed one with her new “leading man,” 11-year-old Griffin Gluck.“I believed that to be true, but it’s such a rich experience.What surprised me about motherhood, because I think I was a mother the minute I got pregnant, was how empowering pregnancy was.” An empowerment that Strickland admits was physical as well as emotional.
“He can pick up food with chopsticks and eat with them. ’ Not because we’re like, ‘Say it,’ but just because he picks up on everything,” she says, laughing.