Nicole Sullivan Introduces Baby Beckett

Nicole Sullivan Introduces Baby Beckett

Five weeks after welcoming her second son Beckett, funny mom Nicole Sullivan says she’s getting used to being outnumbered.

“It looks like it’s farts and basketball for the rest of my life,” the Rita Rocks star tells Life & Style. “That’s the life I’ve been handed.”

Introducing her beautiful baby in the new issue of the magazine, Nicole, 39, reports that her 2-year-old son Dashel is loving his new role as a big brother, though she sometimes has to run interference between the two.

“I’ve had to explain to Dash a couple of times, ‘Even though you’re excited to see him, you can’t jump on the baby, you can’t leap on top of Beckett,’” she says. “Dash likes to hold him and kiss him. He thinks he’s really funny and just laughs at him.”

The busy mom is already looking forward to returning to the family-friendly set of her Lifetime series, saying, “My co-star Tisha Campbell-Martin gave birth to a boy a week after me. We’re going to have two babies on the set. It’s going to be really fun.”

Though life is sure to be hectic with two young kids in the house, Nicole tells Life & Style that she and her husband Jason Packham feel blessed to have their happy and healthy boys: “I’m no spring chicken. I feel very lucky I got pregnant twice.”

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  1. SarahEG

    What a cute little baby! I just wanted to say, that Beckett is wearing a Happy Heinys diaper. It is a reusable cloth diaper. They are great!!!! You can even see a little note on from Nicole Sullivan on the Happy Heinys web page.

    http://www.happyheinys.com/

    http://www.happyheinys.com/celebrity_coverage.php?t=4

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