Connie Britton Isn’t Ruling Out Expanding Her Family: I’m ‘Open to Anything That Happens’

For Connie Britton, it’s “never contend never” for adding to her family.

During a TCA’s Winter 2018 Press Tour on Thursday in Pasadena, California, a singer told reporters that while she’s vital in a impulse for now, her 6½-year-old son Yoby competence not be her usually child forever.

“I’m always open to anything that happens, though right now, I’m only enjoying what we have,” pronounced Britton, 50, who now stars in Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk‘s new Fox drama 9-1-1.

“This year – it’s a large transition,” adds a Nashville alum. “I’m vehement about doing a show. we only wish to spend as many time as we can with my son since he’s during a unequivocally fun age.”

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Britton, who adopted Yoby from Ethiopia in 2011, tells PEOPLE her son was a fun to watch over the new holiday season, unequivocally removing into a “magical” elements of Christmas.

“We only had Christmas — a 6-year-old during Christmas time,” she says. “I satisfied any day, it’s a many enchanting time for a kid. He was into any component of a magic.”

Continues a actress, “I only wanted to bottle it adult and keep it. we consider that it will continue this year, so we wish to suffer any moment of that.”

Y’all currently is #WorldRefugeeDay. So we wanted to take this event to contend WE SURPASSED THE $50,000 GOAL FOR MY BIRTHDAY CROWDRISE FUND!! Yoby and we are over a moon about how inexhaustible so many of we were to make this happen! Whether we gave a tiny volume or kept giving and giving until we had together reached a goal, appreciate you!! You unequivocally blew my mind. Together we will emanate preparation opportunities for people around a universe and here during home who are vital in such strife. And in respect of World Refugee Day I’m going to keep a account open a small longer to see if we can unequivocally bulk adult this outrageous present we are giving. To all of you, appreciate you, from a bottom of my ripping heart. Click a couple in my bio to present to #ConnieBxIRC

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Britton is a large believer of a Time’s Up movement, carrying ragged black to Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, and points out that it’s a many bigger emanate than only inside a universe of uncover business.

“My wish is that we get to a place with this movement where it’s not only about Hollywood, the unequivocally about women and group bargain any other improved and vouchsafing us come and lenient women for everybody,” she explains.

9-1-1 airs Wednesdays during 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST on Fox.

  • Reporting by CHRISTINA DUGAN