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Drew Barrymore Welcomes Baby No. 2: Frankie

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Congratulations are in order for Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman.

The Blended star, 39, and her art advisor husband, 36, welcomed their second child – a daughter named Frankie Barrymore Kopelman – on Tuesday, April 22, E! News reports.

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Challen Cates: “Motherhood Has Completely Changed Me”

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TV’s top mom Challen Cates, lights up the small screen on Nickelodeon’s No. 1 live-action musical-comedy Big Time Rush as Jennifer Knight, mother to the hockey-playing, reluctant boy band member Kendall, and his younger sister Katie.

Challen opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about her two kids – son Colton, 8, and daughter Jasper, 5 – who are “into everything.” She goes on to talk about her Pinot Noir wine from Tantara Winery, set to be released this fall, and she shares her best tips for balancing work and motherhood.

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Leslie Mann & Family Attend ‘The Other Woman’ Premiere

‘The Other Woman’ LA Premiere **USA, Australia, New Zealand ONLY**

Leslie Mann, her husband Judd Apatow and their daughters Maude, 16, and Iris, 12, attended the premiere of The Other Woman at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, Calif. on Monday (April 21).

In the film Mann plays plays a vengeful wife who is cheated on. In a recent interview the actress talks about motherhood dictating her career choices.

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Simon Cowell: Easter Lunch At The Ivy

Simon Cowell celebrates Baby Eric's first Easter at The Ivy

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman brought their son Eric to The Ivy in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Easter Sunday (April 20).  The Britain’s Got Talent judge proudly held the baby while talking to friends at the hot spot.

Cowell’s ex-girlfriend and Extra’s Terri Seymour was also there to have lunch with them. She even posted a photo taken of herself holding Eric at the table on Instagram.

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Olivia Wilde: Baby Bump Is My “Badge Of Pride”

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Mom-to-be Olivia Wilde covers the May 2014 cover of Lucky and opens up about her pregnancy and embracing her growing baby bump.

On embracing her pregnancy: “I just thought, Oh I’m going to hide this forever. But I ended up getting kind of excited to show the bump, as a badge of pride. Like I’m a woman! Look at me making a human! I am a goddess! Pregnancy does shed away all of the bullsh*t. It gives you more empathy because you look at everyone and you think, ‘You were a baby!’ Pregnancy brings you into this sort of commune—you feel connected to women in a way that you never have.”

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10 Favorite Kids’ Breakfast Cereals

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From our friends at Mamiverse!

Cereals have always been a part of humankind’s diet. Porridge was a traditional food in much of Northern Europe and Russia back to antiquity, and remains a popular breakfast items in many parts of the world. Native Americans ate corn, or maize, as a food staple, processing it into grits. By the mid 1800s, companies began grinding oats and selling them as nutritious breakfast cereals.

Overcoming the idea of “horse food” as a breakfast staple was made a lot easier with the production of ready to eat cereals, available right out of the box with no cooking time. The most famous of these is Cheerios, introduced May 1, 1941. Following WWII and the massive baby boom that swelled American populations, cereal companies targeted young children with sugar-laden, cartoon-inspired cereals. Those breakfast cereals we enjoyed as kids are still popular today and we have to admit, we still love them, even though we know we shouldn’t. Here are our favorite kids’ breakfast cereals…and our guilty pleasures!

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