Mama-wannabe Jennifer Aniston has finally satisfied her baby cravings — by supporting two Mexican orphanages!
Now, RadarOnline.com has learned the 47-year-old actress is even considering bringing home an orphan to call her own, insiders said.
The former Friends star has also been organizing financial support and providing needed supplies to the orphanages.
"This has brought some happiness into her life, and brought her close to her dream of having her own child," a source close to the Horrible Bosses actress divulged.
Aniston has been a regular visitor to the Casa Hogar Sion and Casa Hogar de Los Ninos orphanages in Tijuana, Mexico.
She's also provided the facilities with school equipment, personal hygiene items and other essentials, plus toys and clothes for babies and toddlers.
"At the orphanages, Jen is finding the fulfillment she's missing in her marriage," said one source of her relationship with hubby Justin Theroux. "She gets to be around kids, and she's feeling appreciated for a change."
"She even wants to bring one or more kids home so she can feel like a mom all the time!" added the source.
Ironically, it was Aniston's ex-husband, Brad Pitt, who first encouraged her to consider adoption in Mexico.
"Brad really gave her the courage to move forward," spilled one insider. "He told her, 'You'll be an amazing mother. I've always believed that.'
Hearing Brad say those words was just what she needed."
The stars had discussed bringing home a child from Mexico while they were still a couple — and before Pitt coldly left Aniston to raise a brood of kids with Angelina Jolie.
Aniston toured the orphanage again recently, and co-founder Carmen Gonzalez said she "got on with all the children, but spent most of her time with the babies … she loved them!"
The actress visits the orphanages at least three times a year, but tries to keep her support out of the spotlight, sources said.
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