Tiffany Haddish finished her parenting course to prepare her for adoption.

The 41-year-old actress, who is currently in a relationship with Common, recently announced that she was taking a class to teach her the basics of parenting before moving on with the adoption process.

She said, “I am now taking parenting classes so that I can adopt. I look at [ages] five and more, really like seven. I want you to be able to use the toilet and talk by yourself. I want them to know that I did the job and wanted them. “

And in an update to this, the “Night School” star – who grew up in foster families herself – announces that she has finished class and is pushing ahead with the search for a child aged five and over.

She told Entertainment Tonight, I am looking and deciding to adopt.

“First of all, especially after this pandemic, there are so many children without their parents. Right now it’s Foster Care Awareness Month and I think we should all be aware of it and try to do our best. “

She continued, “I really wanted to be a foster parent, but because I’ve had some level of success, my lawyer suggested that it is probably best to just adopt, and I’m in the process now.”

Regarding her reasons for adoption, she said: “I want to have someone who is 5” [years old] and up. You already know how to use the toilet, can already speak, can already communicate.

“All I want to do is pour knowledge into it … prepare them for the big, bad world. That’s what I want to do. “

Tiffany had admitted that it would be a miracle if she got pregnant and had a biological child because she “took the precautions” to make sure that didn’t happen.

When asked about the possibility of getting pregnant herself, she said, “Let me tell you that if I get pregnant, God will tear down all walls, all barriers. I have definitely taken the precautions to protect myself. If that s *** happens, I’ll hire help and I’ll definitely cry a lot. “

And even a surrogate mother has no interest in a surrogate mother carrying her baby for herself because she “gave up a bunch of eggs” for money at a young age.

She said, “I don’t want to pay anyone to carry my baby either, because then I have to get injections and all that stuff. I’ve already given up … here comes something that everyone doesn’t know … when I was 21 I was really short of money and gave up a few eggs. “