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Wesley Snipes & Kids Walk To The Park

Wesley Snipes & Kids Walk To The Park

Actor Wesley Snipes takes a walk with his kids, Akhenaten Kihwa-T Snipes, Iset Jua-T Snipes, 6 1/2, and Alaafia Jehu-T Snipes through Gramercy Park. Mom is Nakyung “Nikki” Park. They also have a 1-year-old son Alimayu Moa-T Snipes. Wesley has a son Jelani Asar Snipes, 20, from a previous marriage.

On April 24, 2008, Snipes, 45, was sentenced to three years in prison for willful failure to file his income tax returns. He is currently free on bail while he appeals the convictions.

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Heroes Star Greg Grunberg: ‘My Son Is My Hero’

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Greg Grunberg plays a mind-reading police officer on the TV hit show Heroes. But Greg insists he’s not the hero in the family,

“Jake is my hero, he really is,” Grunberg, 41, stated about his 12-year-old son, who has epilepsy. “He doesn’t let anything stop him, and to deal with everything with your head up high, that to me is a true hero.”

Greg says Jake is doing well, regardless of his many setbacks due to his epilepsy,

“[Jake is] doing well [though] it’s tough because he’s also going through puberty and having one to two seizures a week, including one episode a few minutes before his school’s talent show, where he was scheduled to do a Taekwondo routine to the Rocky theme song “Eye of the Tiger. I was like, Jake, don’t worry about [the show], it’s not a big deal. But he had this steel look in his eyes and said, ‘I’m doing it.’ If that happened to me I would go home and bury my head in the sand. He doesn’t let anything stand in his way. I’m so lucky to be his dad.”

Greg Grunberg plays a mind-reading police officer on the TV hit show Heroes. But Greg insists he’s not the hero in the family,

“Jake is my hero, he really is,” Grunberg, 41, stated about his 12-year-old son, who has epilepsy. “He doesn’t let anything stop him, and to deal with everything with your head up high, that to me is a true hero.”

Greg says Jake is doing well, regardless of his many setbacks due to his epilepsy,

“[Jake is] doing well [though] it’s tough because he’s also going through puberty and having one to two seizures a week, including one episode a few minutes before his school’s talent show, where he was scheduled to do a Taekwondo routine to the Rocky theme song “Eye of the Tiger. I was like, Jake, don’t worry about [the show], it’s not a big deal. But he had this steel look in his eyes and said, ‘I’m doing it.’ If that happened to me I would go home and bury my head in the sand. He doesn’t let anything stand in his way. I’m so lucky to be his dad.”

His son has inspired Greg to raise awareness about the neurological disorder, which includes raising funds for pediatric epilepsy research.

A group of TV stars have joined a band to help raise funds. Greg plays drums, with House’s Hugh Laurie on piano, Desperate Housewives’ James Denton on guitar and Cashmere Mafia’s Bonnie Somerville and former Bachelor Bob Guiney on vocals. The band, who performed on American Idol’s Idol Gives Back show, will perform and host the Ford Flex Rally, a charity event in Los Angeles on June 21.

Greg and his wife Elizabeth, 41, also have 2 younger boys Ben, 8, and Sam, 4,

“In our house we say we all have epilepsy. We’re all watching out for him. We’re all going through this together.”

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Angelina Jolie On Pregnancy, Past Confessions And More

Angelina Jolie On Pregnancy, Past Confessions And More

Angelina opens up about pregnancy sex, her past confessions and more in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. Angie wore the machine gun charm on her necklace that Brad got custom-made for her on Mother’s Day. Why a machine gun you may ask? Maddox drew this exact gun for her Mother’s Day gift and she loved it!

On the best and worst things about being pregnant:

“It’s all just so nice. You just really can’t complain about anything as long as you know the babies are looking healthy. The only thing that’s hard for me now is with twins and having four kids, there’s a lot of the doctor saying ”Stop picking them up as much.” But we’ve worked out a system where Brad just lifts them to me every time they want to come up. I just don’t bend down. I’ll scream, ”Honey!” and he’ll come running and lift them up. Or they climb on chairs, so it’s not as big of a lift. So we’re trying to follow doctor’s orders, but I’m bending them a tiny bit.”

On pregnancy being good for the sex life:

“It’s [pregnancy] great for the sex life. It just makes you a lot more creative. So you have fun, and as a woman you’re just so round and full.”

On having 6 kids under the age of 8 soon:

“Well, we weren’t expecting twins! So it did shock us, and we jumped to six quickly. But we like a challenge. We really don’t know. His mom and dad are on standby to come out and help. And fortunately we can hire help if we need it, but we’re going to try as we usually do to balance it as well as we can. The only thing for us when a new child comes home is just balancing the others. Our real focus now is: How do we make sure that the babies’ coming is not upsetting to other kids and makes them feel included. They’re old enough to feel included to change diapers themselves, to feed bottles themselves, like if I pump into a bottle. We’re trying to find ways where it can be a fun group thing. But the hard thing is every single day trying to find time for each of them privately. ‘Cause that’s our big thing. With our eldest, we have that last half an hour at night; Shiloh tends to be the first up in the morning. Everybody gets special time so we can make sure we know where they’re at.”

On Jack Black’s foot-in-the-mouth statement:

“Poor Jack! Immediately when he saw Brad, he apologized. But we both told him very clearly that we had only waited because, as you do with any baby, but especially twins, you wait until all results are in on their health, and that we were past that point and if somebody had asked me directly, I would have said yes. So he didn’t do anything but take the heat himself.”

On what she and Brad refer to themselves as:

“We have that problem all the time. I say ”partner” sometimes. ”Father of my children” is too long. But half the time people refer to us as, ”So, your wife this, your husband that.” We’ve stopped correcting everybody. It’s not a big intentional thing not to marry. We immediately were a family when we became a couple, and children were the priority, and we’re both legally committed to the children. And that seemed to be the right thing.”

On her ideal free Saturday:

“I have a lot of those. Very simple things. On weekends we usually have family sleep. We always have one night a week where everybody stays up late, watches a movie, and stays in our bed. We have, like, a slumber party.” Angelina went on to say, “The boys tend to want to be near Mommy and the girls tend to want to be near Daddy. So it works out nicely.”

On her past confessions of cutting herself:

“The reason I talked about going through certain pains or even cutting myself is that I was already out the other side. I knew there were people that do that — and somehow are happy that somebody admitted they did and discussed how they got out of it. I don’t see the point of doing an interview unless you’re going to share the things you learn in life and the mistakes you make. So to admit that I’m extremely human and have done some dark things, I don’t think makes me unusual or unusually dark. I think it actually is the right thing to do and I’d like to think it’s the nice thing to do.”

On regretting saying anything to the media such as wearing the vial of Billy Bob Thornton’s blood around her neck:

“No! It was never a vial anyway. It was like a flower press. It was like from a slight cut on your finger and you press your fingerprint in. It was kind of a sweet gesture. I thought it was kind of romantic! I still love him dearly and think the world of him and I’m proud to have been his wife for a time. I don’t believe in regrets. It’s a dangerous habit to get into — it makes you pause in your life if you start thinking back and questioning yourself.”

On what she learned from her mother:

“When Brad saw Changeling he said he could see my mother. That was very much my mother. Hated yelling at people, really was so decent and so sweet, but when it came to protecting her children, she somehow found this odd strength. There’s an elegance to her that I don’t really have; there’s a kindness.” When asked if she thinks she is kind, Angie replied, “I kind of like to debate. I like to get into fights.”

On her desire to go to extremes:

“We [she and Brad] joke about the extremes of the things we’ll do. Well, certain things are private! But there’s a side of us that’s so mommy-daddy and then there’s a side of us that’s…very man and woman. I’ll leave it at that. We both like to ride motorcycles, we both like to fly planes, that’s the spirited side of us. Then the other side of us is very focused on silly mommy-daddy things. So I guess that’s extremes, but I just think of that as balance.”

Thanks Nicole!

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Heidi Klum Entertains The Thought Of 1 More

Heidi Klum and husband Seal haven’t ruled out having one more child,

“So many people say, ‘I am so done.’ That hasn’t come out of my mouth, and it hasn’t come out of Seal’s mouth either,” the 35 year-old Project Runway host tells Redbook magazine in its upcoming July 2008 issue. “I feel like we still have one coming.”

That would bring the number of their children to four. The couple already have two biological children, Henry, 2, and Johan, 1. Heidi and Seal are raising her daughter Leni, 4, from a previous relationship.

As for life right now with the 3 children, the model mom admits life is good,

“[Life is] kind of perfect [with the] picket fence and the kids are playing in the garden. It’s kind of like that. The only thing missing is the dog. I have a normal life and I have this glamorous life, but to me it’s two different things. It’s not like I’m this glamour diva who hands everything over and I just sit on my throne at home. When we’re home, we’re cooking and doing things with the kids, driving them to school. We do the things that everyone has to do.”

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Ella Sofia Is Learning To Walk!

Ella Sofia Is Learning To Walk!

So cute… Ella Sofia Gordon, who will be celebrating her first birthday June 20, looks like she’s ready to take off. Parents Jeff Gordon and Ingrid Vandebosch took her to Central Park in NYC today with her walker for some practice.

I love the picture where she takes a few steps and falls into her mommy’s arms!

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