Olivia Wilde Celebrates National Siblings Day with Video of Her 'Cool Kids,' Daisy and Otis
"Happy #nationalsiblingsday to these cool kids who let me kick it with them all the time as long as I bring snacks," Olivia Wilde captioned the cute clip
Olivia Wilde‘s kids are two peas in a pod.
The actress and Booksmart director, 35, celebrated National Siblings Day on Wednesday with a too-cute video of her kids with fiancé Jason Sudeikis: daughter Daisy Josephine, 2, and son Otis Alexander, 5 this month.
In the clip — set to the background tune of A Tribe Called Quest‘s “Can I Kick It?” — Otis and his little sister are rocking colorful ensembles and helmets outdoors on what looks like a residential street as a pink scooter sits nearby.
The end of the quick video sees Daisy come right up to the camera and plant a big smooch on her mom, who can be heard laughing from behind the lens.
“Happy #nationalsiblingsday to these cool kids who let me kick it with them all the time as long as I bring snacks. ❤️❤️,” Wilde captioned the sweet post.
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The mother of two has opened up multiple times in the past about the bond between her kids and how she wants to raise her children without placing respective societal gender expectations on them.
“It’s really interesting having a boy and a girl because you see the difference in the way that their consciousness blossoms amidst the onslaught of marketing and messaging that comes towards kids,” said Wilde in an exclusive conversation with PEOPLE this past October.
“Little kids are still being told men are the powerful, strong ones and women are the weaker, more vulnerable ones,” she remarked. “When I witness that in my kids, I realize how much of a responsibility it is of parents and caretakers to show them every example you can think of a more balanced, fair society.”
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The previous month, Wilde stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss her film Life Itself and the huge framed art Ellen DeGeneres gave her and Sudeikis, 43, as a gag gift six years prior: a photo of the host in a yellow bathing suit, which used to hang above their bed and has since led their kids to a head-scratching conclusion.
“Now it has another very special place: outside the children’s bedrooms, so it’s the first thing that they see when they wake up,” said Wilde.
“Do they say, ‘Who is that lady?’ ” asked DeGeneres, 61.
“Yeah, they say, ‘Oh, that’s our real mother,’ ” the actress joked. “And I say, ‘Yes.’ “