KATE HUDSON — You can’t tell your kids that you’re the boss of their parents, but if you do, they’ll get the message, she said.
You’ve got to do what’s right for your kids, and that’s what this is all about.
Hudson is the mother of Rudy Gobert and his three children, Kaleb, 5; Avery, 4; and Avery, 3.
She said she is proud to support her husband and three children through the birth of her son Rudy.
The birth is the culmination of a yearlong journey of therapy, parenting, and parenting counseling with her husband, who was diagnosed with cancer in December.
Her husband and children have been in the care of a private, in-home care facility for more than a year.
Huda was recently told that her husband’s cancer diagnosis is terminal, but she said she will remain in the home and remain in contact with her children through Skype and text messages.
Huda said she has been working through the day with the children to help them through their emotional and physical struggles and that they are still learning to cope.
She plans to have them at home and be able to provide them with emotional support as they recover.
Hudsons husband, Rudy Gober, said he and his wife have had a lot of support and understanding from their community.
Huddy Hudson said she hopes this experience will serve as a lesson for parents, parents-to-be, and children.