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Congratulations are in order for Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tasha McCauley. The Snowden star, 36, and his wife welcomed their second child — a boy — in June, PEOPLE reports.Read More
Congratulations are in order for Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick. The Grace and Frankie star, 30, and the former tennis pro, 34, are expecting their second child — a daughter — he announced during his acceptance speech at the International Tennis Hall of Fame Class of 2017 ceremony in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday (July 22).Read More
Congratulations are in order for Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Cutter Dykstra. The Sopranos alum, 36, and the pro baseball player, 28, are expecting their second child, she announced via Instagram.Read More
Reality star mom Kendra Wilkinson has her sights set on an A-list pal for her 4-month-old son Hank Jr: Kourtney Kardashian’s baby boy Mason Disick!
“Kourtney’s [son]! Of course! Baby Mason,” Kendra told US when asked at last night’s Hollywood premiere of A Nightmare on Elm Street who she’d like little Hank to befriend.
Revealing her son’s latest milestones, the proud mama said she hopes to plan some playdates soon: “He’s starting to lift his head and really look around…He’s so smart. He mimics. He’s starting to notice the dogs; he’s like ‘what are those?’ I really want to start to find other babies he can be around. I don’t want him thinking that he’s a dog.”
Hank Jr and Mason have more in common than their moms’ reality star status: They were born just days apart in December 2009.
Doting dad Carson Daly spent Monday afternoon at the park in Los Angeles, California with his son Jackson, 1 (April 25). The talk show host and his adorable boy seemed content to sit in the sun and watch the ducks on the pond.
We spotted the father-son duo just the day before, outside of their home in Santa Monica.View Slideshow »»
What a cute pair!
Wolverine star Liev Schreiber and his elder son, Sasha, 2 ½, were spotted heading home after visiting the Children’s Museum of the Arts in New York City on Wednesday (April 28). Liev carried Sasha’s scooter and at one point gave him a ride on his shoulders.
Liev and his partner Naomi Watts are also parents to son Kai, 1.View Slideshow »»
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Where did all the mascots go? – MamaPop
Kate Hudson’s near Marilyn moment – Socialite Life
10 things adoptive mamas & papas should never say – Babble.com
Double the fun: Johnny & Brad both spotted in Venice – Lainey Gossip
Adding “mommy” to your resume – MomLogic
What would you pay for a visit from Hugh Jackman? – BettyConfidential.com
Heidi’s mother was shocked by her new face – HollywoodLife
Julia Roberts is the Most Beautiful Person – PopEater
Stylish tips for expectant mamas – lilSugar
ScarJo likes to kiddie-size it – ICYDK
Brendan Fraser‘s new slapstick comedy, Furry Vengeance, has him coping with the animals and humans who all want a piece of him. The 41-year-old father of three boys – Griffin, 7 1/2, Holden, 5 1/2, and Leland, 3 1/2 – talks to Parade about the film’s eco-friendly message and how he uses the outtakes to get his sons to eat their vegetables.
On getting his kids to eat their veggies: “I had the gag reel from the film with every take of me being humiliated and smashed and trashed. So I’d use it as a reward to get my kids to eat their vegetables. I’d be like, ‘Eat your broccoli and you can watch dad fall down again.'”
On the eco-friendly message to kids: “We all know that we should reuse, recycle, repair, respect, and return to the way we used to do things. But I think it’s especially important to remind kids of that. They have great fun when they see this movie, but they also get the point about preserving nature. I was at a screening where some of them were actually quite indignant about the forest and all the creatures great and small being threatened for a development project. They’re rooting for the furry guys all the way through it.”
Continue reading at Parade….