Selma Blair Welcomes A Baby Boy: Arthur Saint

Selma Blair Welcomes A Baby Boy: Arthur Saint

The wait is over – Selma Blair has given birth to a baby boy! The actress and her boyfriend, Jason Bleick, welcomed son Arthur Saint Bleick on Monday according to People magazine.

Arthur made his grand entrance weighing in at 7 lbs., 12 oz.

The couple managed to keep the sex of the baby a secret until delivery. “I’m not going to say what it is yet. Hopefully, it’s one or the other,” she joked in an earlier interview.

Congratulations to the new parents!

Filed under: Births,Selma Blair

Photo credit: Fame

11 Comments »»

Post a Comment

  1. Desiree Fawn

    Awe, congrats! I’m going to miss her fabulous mat style!!

    Reply
  2. anonymous

    Wow, someone actually picked a normal name and a real name not something made up or ridiculous. Congrats!

    Reply
  3. carolyn Robertson

    Congratulations! Finally! ;)

    She really did have a gorgeous pregnancy. :)

    Reply
  4. Anonymous

    I’m not a fan of Arthur – a bit too old fashioned for my tastes but at least it is a normal name and saint is a cool middle name. I loved seeing her throughout her pregnancy, can’t wait to see pics of Arthur :)

    Reply
  5. Anonymous2

    I’m surprised the baby didn’t weigh more, given how enormous her belly was.

    Reply
  6. Lib

    I adore the name Arthur, classic and above all, sensible!!! Congratulations to the new family xxxx

    Reply
  7. Courtney

    love the babies name wonder if he’s named for the legend of king Arthur. Using sir names as first names isn’t a new phenomenon Arden is first a sir name but then was used as a first name by Corin Redgrave and Kika Markham for their first son in the late 1970′s or Paz Vega recently used Lennon as a first name

    Reply
  8. anonymous

    Anonymous1 – we wouldn’t exactly classify you as normal either.

    Reply
  9. Roby

    I suppose that soduns and smells just about right.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>