Happy 7th Birthday Laird Stone!

Name: Laird Vonne Stone

Parents: Sharon Stone

Date of Birth: May 7, 2005

Siblings: Roan, nearly 12, & Quinn, 4

Facts:


 Baby Laird was born in Texas
 
 Sharon adopted him in 2005 as a single mother
 
 Laird is a celtic name 
 
 Vonne is Sharon's middle name
 

Quotes:

"Roan already knows he's adopted and Laird will learn as soon as he's able to comprehend it. I have a bunch of friends who also have adopted children. And we jokingly refer to all the poor mothers who just have birth children — they don’t know what it really means to have a child pick you and you pick them. There’s kind of cosmic intensity about it. Our kids look so much more like us than birth children look like their parents.” - Sharon on the connection between adoptive parents and their children.

"[Laird is] a big romancer. When you talk to him on the phone, he’s like, ‘I’m in love with you, Mommy.’ ” - Sharon on her affectionate middle son.

Name: Laird Vonne Stone

Parents: Sharon Stone

Date of Birth: May 7, 2005

Siblings: Roan, nearly 12, & Quinn, 4

Facts:

  • Baby Laird was born in Texas
  • Sharon adopted him in 2005 as a single mother
  • Laird is a celtic name
  • Vonne is Sharon’s middle name

Quotes:

“Roan already knows he’s adopted and Laird will learn as soon as he’s able to comprehend it. I have a bunch of friends who also have adopted children. And we jokingly refer to all the poor mothers who just have birth children — they don’t know what it really means to have a child pick you and you pick them. There’s kind of cosmic intensity about it. Our kids look so much more like us than birth children look like their parents.” – Sharon on the connection between adoptive parents and their children.

“[Laird is] a big romancer. When you talk to him on the phone, he’s like, ‘I’m in love with you, Mommy.’ ” – Sharon on her affectionate middle son.

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  1. Lesley

    Am I the only one nervous thinking that the shopping cart will scrape those two cars? lol

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  2. Anonymous

    wow, as a poor birth mother I guess I just don’t know what unconditional love feels like. darn it, Sharon, how dare you burst that bubble too. for a minute I actually thought this poor woman has gone through a lot and say sh… like that comes out of her mouth … again.

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  3. Anonymous

    wow, as a poor birth mother I guess I just don’t know what unconditional love feels like. darn it, Sharon, how dare you burst that bubble too. for a minute I actually thought this poor woman has gone through a lot and say sh… like that comes out of her mouth … again.

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  4. a non

    I’ve heard that before, and my adopted son’s a different race and really doesn’t look at all like me. Friends have told me it’s more in the mannerisms, vocabulary, and speaking style.

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