Sheryl Crow Adopts Second Son: Levi James

Sheryl Crow Adopts Second Son: Levi James

Grammy Award-winning mama Sheryl Crow has adopted a second son! Crow took to her website to announce the good news, saying,

I have some exciting news to share with you guys-Wyatt has a new little brother! Levi James was born April 30th.”

Crow, 48, adopted son Wyatt in 2007, and has said of motherhood, “I love everything about being a mom. Even the terrible twos, which are terribly fun. It’s great. I love every second of it.”

Congrats to the Crow family!

Thanks klutzy_girl!

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Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. Theresa

    awww!!! so happy for her! she seems like she really loves being a mom and is a great one!

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  2. Anonymous

    That is wonderful news!!! I love his name:) Goes great with his big brothers!!!

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  3. Anonymous

    #1, okay, who let “Star” post this?! Congrats to Sheryl!

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  4. Anonymous

    Aww! So happy for her…congrats to the family.

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  5. Anonymous

    Wonderful news for Sheryl!

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  6. melo1983

    Wow, yayyyy for her!! That is so great!!

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  7. Anonymous

    :D congrats!!!!!!

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  8. sadie

    Why do celebrities always adopt babies? There are older children who need homes too, not just newborns.

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    • Avonymous

      just be happy that they’re adopting and not making overpopulation worse.

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    • Anonymous

      Would you ask the same question of a celebrity who gave birth normally? Would you ask why they got pregnant instead of adopting an older child? If not, then why do you think it’s an appropriate question for someone who adopts a baby?

      Why does anyone want to adopt a baby rather than an older child? The simple fact is, most people, celebrities or otherwise, aren’t looking to have children as some sort of altruistic act to save a child in need. They’re doing it because they want a family and they want to raise a child with their own values. They want to experience the child’s entire life, from as close to birth as possible, and they want to do whatever can to reduce the chance that the child will have problems, which are more likely in older children.

      It’s pretty simple. And it’s also a pretty rude question that’s not really any of your business.

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  9. Anonymous

    She seems like a great person and a great mother! Congratulations!

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  10. Anonymous

    I bet it’s another blonde hair blue eyed baby. :(

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  11. SarahC

    Yay for Sheryl! I’m sure he’s beautiful, can’t wait to see the little guy.

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  12. Anonymous

    Sadie there are over 125,000 children in foster care system available for adoption most are older kids.Call your local county to start the process for adopting an older child. The change starts with you

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