Nicole & Joel On Harlow & Their Charity Work

Nicole Richie recently opened up about her 8-month-old daughter, Harlow. The first question on the list was if she and Joel Madden plan to have another baby,

“If it happens, it happens,” Nicole told Extra on Monday. She said they are “just enjoying every day” with Harlow for the time being. She went on to talk about her daughter, “She is pulling herself up standing … we don’t have to burp her anymore.”

Apparently, Harlow has already started talking as well,

“She says ‘mama’ and ‘dada,’” Madden said. “She says ‘dada’ when she wants to play. Wants to laugh. And ‘mama’ is everything else. When we walk into a place, she waves to everyone.”

Nicole went on to say that she is trying not to insulate Harlow from fame,

“My priority is to make her unaware. She’s eight months now. I can’t put her in the infant seat and cover her. She’d definitely know something’s going on … she wants to experience life and, as a mother, that’s important.”

Nicole and Joel also commented on their children’s charity work. They started the Richie-Madden Children’s Foundation to help mothers in need last November. Their new initiative is to encouraging people to text “child” to 9-0999 ($5 will be donated to a children’s charity they sponsor every time). Joel commented on their reason to continue with charity work,

[Having a child] “opens your eyes. Every child I look at reminds me of my child. And every mother I see reminds me of Nicole.”

Source: Us via Extra

Photo: INF, September 8

Filed under: Harlow Madden,Joel Madden,Nicole Richie

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  1. Lora

    Wow that baby looks just like her daddy.

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  2. Anonymous

    I agree with her. If she was covered all the time, she might get confused! They are a very cute family:)

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  3. Cute Baby!

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  4. Katrina

    Shes eight months old now anyway, you cant cover a baby that old, lol. Covering babies is for itty bitty infants.

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