Popular Hollywood couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, who have daughters James and Ines, are reportedly planning to expand their family by adopting a baby.
"Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are already talking about baby number three, but they're not planning on doing it the old fashioned way," a source told hollywoodlife.com.
"They are seriously looking into adopting a baby," the source added.
However, the couple reportedly has not decided if they are going to adopt from an impoverished country or domestically.
"But they love the idea of bringing a baby out of dire circumstances and spoiling them with love and opportunity," the source said, and added that Reynolds and Lively want to adopt a son since they reportedly want to even out their family's gender ratio.
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