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The Stefani-Rossdales: Rollin’ In LA

The Stefani-Rossdales: Rollin' In LA

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale were spotted strollin’ in Los Angeles with their two children – Kingston, 3 1/2, and Zuma, 15 months – along with a friend on Monday (November 23). As always, the Stefani-Rossdale family looked super stylish in their funky duds. And how cute is Kingston with his arm around Zuma?!

Gwen, 40, recently dished on what surprises her most about being a mother.

How hard it is. I’ve always worked really hard, and the hardest thing I’ve ever done is have kids!”

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Keith Urban Wants Sunday Rose To Follow In His Footsteps

Keith Urban Wants Sunday Rose To Follow In His Footsteps

According to Us, Keith Urban is keeping his fingers crossed in hopes that his 16-month-old daughter, Sunday Rose, will become a singer just like her dad.

“She’s got some pipes,” says Keith. “I think she sounds quite musical. I sit at the piano with her in the morning and we mash the keys together.”

The 42-year-old country crooner, who married Nine star Nicole Kidman in 2006, says he was honored to have her in the audience at Sunday’s American Music Awards: “I’ve never won anything with Nic sitting in the audience before. It was beautiful to have [Nicole] there tonight. She’s such a huge inspiration for everything I do.”

Keith took home the award for Favourite Male Country Artist, which he dedicated to his wife and daughter.

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Christy Turlington & Gorgeous Grace

Christy Turlington & Gorgeous Grace

Christy Turlington was seen picking up her 6-year-old daughter Grace from school in New York City on Monday (November 22). The gorgeous mother-daughter duo stopped at a bench before heading home.

Christy and her husband Ed Burns are also parents to 3 1/2-year-old son, Finn.

The 40-year-old model mom and activist spent the past year traveling to Bangladesh and Guatemala working on a self-financed film on maternal health titled No Woman, No Cry, which she recently spoke about:

Maternal deaths mean there are very serious things going on under the radar about women’s status. There is aid for children, but without mothers, what are their chances of survival? International health-care reform is moving toward the American model, but it’s broken. The United States ranks forty-first in maternal health. I think one of the reasons we’re doing more Cesarean sections here is because that means more people in the delivery room, and the hospital can charge you for four days instead of two. It’s all for profit and not about taking care of people.”

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    Rachel Weisz Covers Redbook

    Rachel Weisz Covers Redbook

    In one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Rachel Weisz plays a mother who falls apart after the murder of her daughter for the film adaptation of Alice Sebold’s bestselling novel, The Lovely Bones, directed by Peter Jackson.

    The 39-year old actress, who is currently engaged to film director Darren Aronofsky, recently sat down with Redbook’s Lori Berger to dish about the challenges of being a working mom, how motherhood has changed her and what she has learned from her 3-year-old son Henry Chance.

    On how being a mother has changed her as a woman: “I’m sure a lot of moms say this, but oddly enough, I find I can get a lot more done since I’ve had Henry. You become better at managing your time. Suddenly, in 45 minutes, you can get twice as much done as you once did. So I’ve become a lot more organized. And I’m a much happier person since I’ve had Henry, and much more balanced. I feel I have an ultimate purpose beyond anything else in my life.”

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    Robeez Mini Shoez: Slip-Resistant Shoes For Infant

    For baby's first footwear, Robeez soft-soled shoes are the way to go.  Not only have they been approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association but they are also favored among celebrity parents such as Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba , Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner and Gwen Stefani (to name a few).

Mini Shoez are an answer to my prayers! With ceramic and hardwood floors throughout our house, one of the issues with soft-soled shoes has been the slip factor. Mini Shoez  have a slip and water resistant sole which has helped to keep my daughter standing instead of sliding! The ultra-soft leather interior and padded insole keep your baby cushioned and comfortable while the adjustable velcro strap and elasticized back ensure these shoes stay on. I love how these are excellent for indoor as well as light outdoor wear.!

Styled to look like "big kid" shoes, Mini Shoez come in sizes that range from 3-6 months to 12-18 months.

    For baby’s first footwear, Robeez soft-soled shoes are the way to go. Not only have they been approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association but they are also favored among celebrity parents such as Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba , Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner and Gwen Stefani (to name a few).

    Mini Shoez are an answer to my prayers! With ceramic and hardwood floors throughout our house, one of the issues with soft-soled shoes has been the slip factor. Mini Shoez have a slip and water resistant sole which has helped to keep my daughter standing instead of sliding! The ultra-soft leather interior and padded insole keep your baby cushioned and comfortable while the adjustable velcro strap and elasticized back ensure these shoes stay on. I love how these are excellent for indoor as well as light outdoor wear.!

    Styled to look like “big kid” shoes, Mini Shoez come in sizes that range from 3-6 months to 12-18 months.

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    Toni Braxton & Son Diezel Attend The AMAs

    Toni Braxton & Son Diezel Attend The AMAs

    What a dapper dude! Toni Braxton rocked the red carpet with her 6-year-old son Diezel Ky at the 2009 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (November 22).

    Toni has openly discussed that Diezel has been diagnosed with autism.

    He wasn’t developing like his brother was,” said Braxton about the little red flags when comparing Diezel to his 7 1/2-year-old brother Denim Cole. “I know you’re not supposed to compare, but things were drastically different.” Braxton went on to become a spokesperson for Autism Speaks. “I became determined to join Autism Speaks in its battle against this devastating disorder when autism became a part of my family’s reality.”

    Just days before the AMAs, the Un-Break My Heart singer confirmed divorce rumors to talk show host Wendy Williams, saying she and husband Keri Lewis are calling it quits after eight years of marriage.

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