Blake Lively wants baby to have normal childhood

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Bang Showbiz

BLAKE Lively and Ryan Reynolds want their baby to have a "normal childhood" away from Hollywood.   

The famous couple are currently expecting their first child together and have already decided on how and where they want the unborn tot to be brought up.  

A source told E! News: "They both have talked a lot about raising the baby out of LA and giving their kids a normal childhood. Playing outside, having a puppy, catching lightning bugs ... they want their kids to experience all of that."  

The blonde beauty, 27, only announced her pregnancy earlier this month but it appears she's enjoying every aspect of the beautiful process as she's already thinking about when she'll have her next baby.   

The source explained: "They are so excited they are having a baby and are happy Blake's had a pretty easy pregnancy. [It's] so easy that she's saying she wants to get pregnant really soon after she pops this baby out!"  

However, Ryan, 38, who married Blake in 2012 following 11 months of dating, has also been helping to ensure his stunning spouse has a care-free pregnancy.  

The insider said: "Ryan is being such a sweet hubby, he's giving her foot and back rubs constantly! He jokes that she doesn't even have to ask anymore, he just automatically does it."

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