Alicia Silverstone: Apples & Blueberries For Bear’s Second Birthday

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Alicia Silverstone blogged about what she and husband Christopher Jarecki did for Bear Blu’s second birthday this year.

She wrote on The Kind Life: “For Bear’s Birthday this year, we were in New York because I spoke at the INN Live conference for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition on May 4th. Bear’s birthday is on May 5th – he’s a cinco de mayo baby. To celebrate, my husband came up with this nice way to spend the day. We gathered friends and my cousins who live in NJ to join us at Washington Square Park —Bear’s winter playground (we lived right next to this park while we were in New York fo The Performers from September to January).

She continued, “In lieu of gifts, we mentioned to everyone that Bear loves apples and blueberries. We told them if they wanted to bring something, he would be thrilled with those. So… he had SOO many blueberries to eat last week!”

Stone also mentioned that Bear’s playmate was a boy named Panther.

“And Bear played with Girle Girl Army’s founder Chloe Davis’ little boy named Panther. A Bear and a Panther playing together.”

To read the entire post and see more of Alicia’s photos visit The Kind Life.

Filed under: Alicia Silverstone,Bear Blu Jarecki,Christopher Jarecki

Photo credit: thekindlife.com

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  1. arabella

    I don’t know which is worse bear or panther . ridiculous name for babies.

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    • SMH

      Friends Giraffe and Llama showed up for the after party where little green leaves were plucked from the tress and served for dessert :)

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  2. SMH

    One day he will look back and say, “really mom, really. Effing blueberries for my birthday? Yes I liked blueberries but I also liked toys. U know those things you play with? Even friggin Panther got toys for his birthday?!”

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  3. Lizzie

    That’s a really cute picture.

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  4. v-girl

    Cute boy with a really stupid name, celebrities are really fu*ked up.

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    • Anonymous

      Why are you so convinced that these types of behaviors are exclusive to celebrities?

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      • v-girl

        I never said it was exclusive to celebrities but most celebrities participate in ridiculous naming of their offspring. It’s undeniably stupid and insensitive to the children who will someday be adults with silly names such as bear, apple, banjo, Sunday, rainbow, pilot, etc.

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        • PaminPA

          No, MOST celebrities don’t do this, SOME do, in reality it’s very few. You just remember the strange names more.

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          • v-girl

            Just saying brainless, life is difficult enough and then you get saddled with a crazy, infantile name that will haunt you the rest of your life just for the sake of celebrity parents who don’t have the decency to give a respectable name. I cringe to think of the early school years of teasing bullies. Such a shame.

  5. Rosy

    What a cute little guy, he looks a lot like his mama.

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  6. Robin

    Super cute, but he’s a skinny little guy.

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  7. Allison

    After snacking on blueberries and apples, we all frolicked in the park, holding hands while skipping through the glory of nature. I looked over at Bear and knew he was hungry so I chewed some apples in my mouth and spit it into his. That was my birthday present to him.

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  8. SiervaMaria

    People keep criticizing in the context of the future and how this kid or that kid will hate mom for not doing this or for naming them that. It’s nuts! As far as we know, their names will be the normal ones and Mary and John will be the oddities. Blueberries and apples? So what?! He’s got no idea about tooth decaying and fat laden birthday cake and so how could he be missing it? Even if his parents were meat and potato eating people. he STILL has no idea if he’s missing out on something! Why can’t people let other people seek their own normal and make their own traditions? Just because something isn’t what you’d do does not mean it’s wrong.

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    • v-girl

      It’s undeniably stupid and insensitive to the children who will someday be adults with silly names such as bear, apple, banjo, Sunday, rainbow, pilot, etc. How would you like to introduce yourself as Rainbow Smith to your child’s teacher. I would find it embarrassingly awkward. Not to mention being in the professional world having to introduce yourself to prospective clients as Bear Jareki. EEEK!!!

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      • Anonymous

        How about you stop judging people based on their name?

        Imagine if you were interviewing someone and their name was Bear Jareki. Would you honestly think differently about them?

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        • v-girl

          Just saying brainless, life is difficult enough and then you get saddled with a crazy, infantile name that will haunt you the rest of your life just for the sake of celebrity parents who don’t have the decency to give a respectable name. I cringe to think of the early school years of teasing bullies. Such a shame.

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          • Anonymous

            There are plenty of adult children of celebrities with unusual names (The Zappa kids, the Geldorf kids, all 5 George Foreman sons, to name a few).

            Have you EVER heard them give an interview where they complained about being teased for their names? No.

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