Jennifer Lawrence discusses becoming a new mother.

The Academy Award winner appears in Vogue's October edition, where she discusses her new life following the birth of her son, Cy, in February. 

Lawrence revealed the gender and name of her kid with husband Cooke Maroney for the first time in the interview.

"It's frightening to talk about parenthood," Lawrence said. "Only because everyone's situation is so unique. Some people will feel uncomfortable if I remark, "It was fantastic from the start."

"Talking about motherhood is terrifying," Lawrence said. "Only because each individual's scenario is so unique." Some people will be offended if I say, "It was amazing from the start."

Fortunately, I have a lot of trustworthy girlfriends. 'It's terrifying,' they said. You might not get along immediately away. You may not immediately fall in love. So I was all set to be forgiving.

I remember going with one of my best friends when I was about nine months old and thinking, 'Everyone keeps telling me that I'll love my kid more than my cat.' But that is not the case. 'Perhaps I'll love him as much as I adore my cat?' "She said.

That was not the case with Lawrence.

"My heart has expanded to the extent that I was unaware of. That includes my hubby... 

I felt like my life had restarted the morning after I gave birth. 

As in, it is the first day of my life. I just stood there staring. I was completely smitten. 

I also fell in love with every baby I saw. Newborns are simply lovely. They're the pink, bloated, and frail survivors. I now adore all infants. When I hear a kid screaming at a restaurant, I think to myself, 'Awwww, preciousssss.'"