Wife stars of the “Teacher” gave birth to her second child

Жена звезды «Физрука» родила второго ребенка
Evgeny Kulakov showed newborn daughter.

Жена звезды «Физрука» родила второго ребенка

Evgeny Kulakov with a newborn daughter

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The star of “Teacher” Yevgeny Kulakov became a father in
for the second time. His wife Olga Vasilyeva-Bujor gave birth to a charming girl. Happened
happy event three days ago — November 14. Yesterday Eugene took mom and newborn from
hospital and immediately showed the baby to his fans, posting a photo on the page in a social network.

“We have instead the belly beautiful girl! —
reported in personal microblogging actor. — We are incredibly happy! Olga went on
preparation natural childbirth, this was perfect. Now specialist,
who helped us during the pregnancy of the wife showed us how to bathe, how
to do daughter massage. She says the first 3 months of life can be considered 4th
trimester of pregnancy and to use certain secrets which will allow you to fill
the needs of fetal life.”

We will remind, that Evgenie and Olga will become parents became
known not so long ago — in mid-October. In the star family have growing up 13-summer Ilya.
The boy has the features of the development, a few years ago the child was diagnosed with autism. The actors are not
hide son’s condition and hope that the mainstreaming of special children
will help other families with daughters and sons with autism.

The star of the series “Fizruk” — about her son with special needs

“We’re never shy about this topic, and always
wanted to tell you that we have a son with disabilities, told
Olga. But somehow, journalists have always tried not to touch this topic,
referring to the “curiosities”. And it seemed to me so natural to talk about
that we have a wonderful son Elijah that he was special that we hope for
good results. I hope that now, the background activity of the Fund
“The naked heart”, this issue will cease to be a taboo that people
will openly talking about it, and journalists will be interested in them. First
there was no question about autism. We have two diagnosis. When the doctor said that we have a cerebral palsy,
he very cruelly showed me how it would look painted… I walk
bravely took it and decided: well, not Ilya player, as we
wanted to be a musician. The doctors said: “He is ahead of peers in
development, he is incredibly talented, clever children we will never
not seen.” Then, when it became clear that our son with autism, they began
to advise me to “think about yourself”. Of course, this could not be considered.
Autism is not a disease. This is the state you want to work for
to be able to live independently, start a family: it’s real!”