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Ashlee Simpson-Wentz & Her Big Apple Boys

Ashlee Simpson-Wentz & Her Big Apple Boys

Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson-Wentz were seen toting their 14-month-old son Bronx Mowgli back to their New York City apartment after a quick run to a health food store on Thursday (January 21). Ashlee and Pete smiled and held hands as Bronx enjoyed the view from mama’s arms.

The family of three have been spotted all over the Big Apple as Ashlee performs on Broadway as Roxie Hart in Chicago.

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Sharon Murphy: Brittany Had A “Fear Of Dying”

Sharon Murphy: Brittany Had A "Fear Of Dying"

Brittany Murphy’s mother and her widower, director Simon Monjack, were on The Today Show this morning discussing the death of the young actress and the rumors about her demise.
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Introducing Millionaire Matchmaker Baby: Sin Halo Jude

Introducing Millionaire Matchmaker Baby: Sin Halo Jude

Destin Pfaff and fiancée, Rachel Federoff of Patti Stanger’s Millionaire’s Club are introducing their 5-month-old son, Sin Halo Jude. According to proud papa, Sin seems fated for camera time on The Millionaire Matchmaker. “Every time the baby sees Patti, he shrieks like a banshee,” Destin tells Life & Style. “She’s great with him. Sin makes her want a baby.”

Rachel, 32, and Destin, 35, opened up about Sin’s health problems. He was delivered via emergency cesarean section after the umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck and stopped his heart. After surviving this, Sin suffered from digestive problems. “It was scary and hard, but we were lucky,” says Destin. “Now he’s tough as nails — beautiful and perfect!”

And what about his unusual name?

My parents hate the name Sin Halo,” Rachel says. “But it’s the yin and the yang — everybody has a little good and bad in them.”

What do you think of the name Sin Halo?

Filed under: Births,Destin Pfaff,Rachel Federoff,Sin Pfaff

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    Verymeri Tees: Designed by Kids for Kids

    Verymeri is a fun, trendy kids T-shirt collection, featuring designs that have been created by kids of all ages. This online boutique hosts online design contests for kids all over the world.  Kids submit ideas for tees, vote on their favorite and the winning designs are made available for purchase on the company's site.  These young designers receive 3% of sales of their design and an additional percentage benefits the charity of the designer's choice.  An incredible concept that teaches kids about philanthropy and entrepreneurship at a young age.

With themes like "Be Buddies Not Bullies", "Text Me", "Equality", "Peace Dude" and "Conserve", it's amazing to see how kids express their thoughts, emotions and feelings about issues facing the world today.  Verymeri encourages self-expression, creativity and building confidence among children while promoting messages of joy, love, social responsibility and, of course, fun!

We fell in love with the "Text Me" tee, designed by 9-year old Zianna from the San Fernando Valley.  This newest addition to the Verimeri collection is sure to connect with the younger generation, featuring a number of the most commonly used texting symbols.  A percentage of the proceeds goes to Zianna's chosen charity of Autism Speaks.

Tinseltown moms including Kourtney Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson, and Reese Witherspoon couldn't wait to get their hands on these hip little tees.

    Verymeri is a fun, trendy kids T-shirt collection, featuring designs that have been created by kids of all ages. This online boutique hosts online design contests for kids all over the world. Kids submit ideas for tees, vote on their favorite and the winning designs are made available for purchase on the company’s site. These young designers receive 3% of sales of their design and an additional percentage benefits the charity of the designer’s choice. An incredible concept that teaches kids about philanthropy and entrepreneurship at a young age.

    With themes like “Be Buddies Not Bullies”, “Text Me”, “Equality”, “Peace Dude” and “Conserve”, it’s amazing to see how kids express their thoughts, emotions and feelings about issues facing the world today. Verymeri encourages self-expression, creativity and building confidence among children while promoting messages of joy, love, social responsibility and, of course, fun!

    We fell in love with the “Text Me” tee, designed by 9-year old Zianna from the San Fernando Valley. This newest addition to the Verimeri collection is sure to connect with the younger generation, featuring a number of the most commonly used texting symbols. A percentage of the proceeds goes to Zianna’s chosen charity of Autism Speaks.

    Tinseltown moms including Kourtney Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson, and Reese Witherspoon couldn’t wait to get their hands on these hip little tees.

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    Latest Dish!

    Latest Dish!

    What do you think of Madge’s new D&G ads? – Celebitchy

    Survivor star Jennifer Lyon loses breast cancer battle – PopEater

    Another 635,000 cribs recalled – Parentsask.com

    Cute boots for baby! – lilSugar

    Is reality TV child abuse? – momversation

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    Jennifer Garner Makes Time For Romance

    Jennifer Garner Makes Time For Romance

    Down-to-earth mom-of-two Jennifer Garner seems equally at home on the red carpet and at the playground – that could be one reason why she was voted Celebrity Baby Scoop’s favorite famous mom of 2009. The 37-year-old star of the upcoming flick Valentine’s Day talks to Parade magazine about her passion for acting and her happy home life with her “sexy and kind” husband Ben Affleck and their two gorgeous girls Violet, 4, and Seraphina, 1.

    On the part of motherhood that drives her crazy: “I will tell you what I can’t abide – and I think the Internet has really created a space for it – women criticizing other women and mothers criticizing other mothers. It just makes me crazy, whether it’s between staying at home, going to work, how long you breast-feed, if you use formula. I feel like we should just assume everyone is doing the best they can. Women should take care of each other, not tear each other down. I would just like to see a mother who really believes that she has done it all so right, you know what I mean?”

    On her handsome husband Ben Affleck: “Ben is sexy and kind, but he’s also a riot. We can be very goofy together.”

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