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Kimora Lee Simmons Hopes Kenzo Is A “Momma’s Boy”

Kimora Lee Simmons Hopes Kenzo Is A "Momma's Boy"

Mom-of-three Kimora Lee Simmons is discovering there’s a world of difference between boys and girls.

The Phat Fashions CEO reveals that her 8-month-old son Kenzo doesn’t have too much in common with his big sisters Ming, 9, and Aoki, 7.

“He’s not that old yet for me to know for sure, but I can tell you from the older ones, girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice,” she tells US. “Girls, whatever you’re doing, they want it – the makeup brush, the doll, the this, the that. He’s just kind of cool. He wants his stackable cups or his rubber trucks. He’s very manly!”

Though Kimora says that little Kenzo takes after his dad Djimon Hounsou so far, she’s confesses, “I’m trying to turn him into a momma’s boy.”

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Celeb Baby Gear: Get the Look!

Celeb Baby Gear: Get the Look!

Ryder wears a Hatchling Rabbit Food Tee – $26

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Jack Black Totes His Tot

Jack Black Totes His Tot

Jack Black was spotted carrying his 3-year-old son Samual to daycare in Los Angeles yesterday (January 19).

Earlier this week the 40-year-old funnyman surprised teen kidney patients at the 11th Annual Renal Teel Dance in Sherman Oaks, Calif., where teens and young adults get a chance to experience the prom that they may have missed in the past.

He explained his guest appearence, saying:

Someone in my family is closely involved in the cause and asked me to come out, and I said yeah of course. How could I say no? How could I refuse?

What a great guy!

Jack and wife Tanya are also parents to 19-month-old Thomas.

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    Anna Kournikova’s Mother Charged With Child Neglect

    Anna Kournikova's Mother Charged With Child Neglect

    Tennis star Anna Kournikova’s mother was arrested on Tuesday (January 19) in Palm Beach, Florida and charged with child neglect, RadarOnline reports.

    A Palm Beach police report says 46-year-old Alla Kournikova left her five-year-old son Allan home alone while she ran errands. Someone passing by the home found the boy and called police.

    The boy reportedly jumped from a second story window in the home where he was locked inside and left alone by his mother. Police documents stated that Alla left her son home alone because “he did not want to go with her.”

    Reportedly, neighbors called 911 and when police arrived on the scene, they found all the doors at the home locked with a deadbolt. Allegedly, Anna’s mother left Allan alone for over 50 minutes and he jumped 15 feet down out of his bedroom window. The documents said there is “bruising about his feet and lower back” as a result of the fall.

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    Max Armstrong: Me & My Daddy

    Max Armstrong: Me & My Daddy

    Adorable! Lance Armstrong and his 7-month-old son Max make a handsome pair in this new pic posted to the tot’s very own Twitter page.

    It looks like little Max will soon be on the move, judging by another photo shared earlier this week of him pushing up on his belly along with the caption, “Trying to figure out this crawling thing.” Once he’s got the crawling mastered, will a bike be too far behind? 😉

    Lance is also dad to Luke, 10, and twins Isabelle and Grace, born 8, from his previous marriage.

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    William H Macy On Bedtime Battles

    William H Macy On Bedtime Battles

    Like many parents, William H Macy knows all too well the “pandemonium” of the bedtime routine.

    The Fargo star tells OK! that he and his wife Felicity Huffman have a hard time getting their kids Sofia, 9, and Georgia, 7, into bed at the end of the day.

    “I realize the pandemonium of the nighttime – finishing dinner, getting homework done, cleaned up, getting them into their nightgowns, reading and getting them to bed – I really miss it when I’m away. It’s a burden when you’re at home, and it’s easy to get cranky with them because we’re trying to get the whole nighttime put-down into about an hour. And it can very easily take two hours.”

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