Busy Philipps Lunches With Newborn Daughter

Exclusive... Busy Philipps & Family Lunch At Little Dom's

Mom-of-two Busy Philipps was spotted with husband Marc Silverstein and their daughters – Birdie, nearly 5, and Cricket, 2 weeks – on Saturday (July 20). The family-of-four stepped out for lunch at Little Dom’s in Los Feliz, Calif.

This marks the first time we’ve seen the Cougar Town star, 34, out and about with her newborn daughter.

“It’s weird people think my kids will be in therapy because of their names,” Busy tweeted after announcing her daughter’s unique moniker. “Guys, my kids will be therapy for LOTS of reasons, I’m sure.”

Before birthing Cricket, Busy admitted that the new baby will be a “big adjustment” for Birdie. “We’ll see what happens when the actual baby comes,” she said. “I’m planning for that moment when she asks, ‘When does she go back?’”

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  1. Bdel

    She looks like a normal, tired new mom. It’s refreshing to see a celebrity in this way, not in skin tight clothes and a pound of make-up 2 days after having a baby.

  2. Someone

    She is probably a happy person *in real life* but turn that frown upside down, Busy

  3. poopypop

    she looks tired…but we all know its good to get out of the house, even when baby has had you up all night……just gotta get out……OUT!!

  4. Sweetpea

    Don’t birdies eat crickets? Ahahahahahaha………..

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  6. Philipps needs to figure out few more cool places to date. I myself and my date always try to figure out new alternatives than Restaurant. Last week we went to Gotham Comedy Club and really would like to say it was an excellent choice.


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