James Van Der Beek and his wife really wanted to move their five children out of Los Angeles, so they moved to Austin, Texas.
The 44-year-old actor and his wife Kimberly Van Der Beek wanted the children to have “space” to grow up.
“When we flew here for the anniversary, I felt an energy for Austin,” he added. “The energy was the same energy that I had felt shooting ‘Varsity Blues’ here when I was 21, and I realized that feeling was not just where I was in my career or the movie I was recording, which everyone was. very exciting but that energy is the place.It was really cool to realize, “Oh, I can go there. We can come in and bring our family to it. “”
Kimberly told the outlet she felt Texas had “the ability to heal” after finding an oak tree to meditate under. The decision to move the family came after Kimberly had a few more aborter.
“We had just been through a crazy year with two late abortions and my body was still healing and it was hard for me to walk around at that time,” Kimberly told the outlet. “I was still only a few months out of the hospital from my other, so I was exhausted. James’ mother had just left, so to get that message from the trees in Texas, it was the nourishing hug we needed to feel welcome. here.
“It felt like LA had given birth to us a little bit and there was a real call to move,” she continued. “It came from desire, it came from dreams, and when we left LA we were in a deep gratitude for all that it had given us, but Texas said, ‘Here is what you need and we can deliver this. next layer for you. ‘That was exactly what we needed. “
The family moved to Austin back in October.
James and Kimberly tied the knot in 2010. The couple share five children together; son Joshua, 9, and daughters Gwendolyn, 3, Emilia, 5, Annabel, 7, and Olivia, 10.
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