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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
While Kourtney Kardashian was a staple on the social scene last year, nowadays she is just as happy to be at home with her boyfriend Scott Disick and their 4-week-old son, Mason Dash.
I’m just loving all the time with him,” Kourtney, 30, tells Life & Style. “I really don’t miss my old life. I can’t imagine life without Mason now.
Kourtney is the first to admit that her life has changed drastically since becoming a mom. “I used to get up and literally not stop until at least midnight. I really don’t miss my freedom at all — there’s nothing I’d rather do than be home with Mason and Scott. We relax, eat, sleep, play. Our biggest plans now are taking Mason out for a stroll or giving Mason his first bath. It’s amazing how fulfilling those things are for me.”
Scott says that Kourtney wasn’t always so sure about motherhood.
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She was definitely scared before she had Mason, asking, ‘Am I going to be a great mother? Am I going to love this baby as much as I should’” Scott, 26, says. “And that all went out the door. She’s just ridiculously good with Mason. She’s perfection. It’s made me fall a little bit more in love with her.”
Bristol Palin was faced with an unplanned pregnancy at the young age of 18. After giving birth to her son Tripp in December 2008 — and broke up with her boyfriend, Levi Johnston — the reality of single motherhood quickly set in.
I remember sitting on a black recliner, just bawling my eyes out,” Bristol tells In Touch. “I was just rocking Tripp to sleep because he had been screaming for so long. I was just like, ‘What am I going to do? This is as bad as it gets.’”
Though raising an infant has been challenging, Bristol has the unconditional love and support of her family, including her mother Sarah Palin. Just a year earlier at the age of 44, Sarah carried her son Trig to term, even though she was told during a sonogram that he would be born with Down syndrome.
The mother-daughter duo are sharing their unique experiences of raising baby boys together under the same roof. “The last few years have been unreal and surreal,” Sarah says.
For the full exclusive check out this week’s issue of In Touch, on newsstands Friday.
Shannon Miller is the most decorated gymnast, male or female, in U.S. history with 7 Olympic and 9 World Championship medals. Now mom to 2 1/2-month-old son Rocco, this 32-year-old former Olympian is trading in her passion for the balance beam to help new moms balance their lives with a series of fitness DVDs and a prenatal cookbook. Not to mention her kids marathon to help raise awareness for childhood obesity.
Shannon sat down with Celebrity Baby Scoop for a look into her life as a new mom, her experiences as young Olympian and the beauty standards placed on female gymnasts.
CBS: You and your husband, John Falconetti, are new parents to 2 1/2-month-old son, John Rocco. How is motherhood so far? What are the biggest challenges? The greatest rewards?
SM: “Our son was born on October 28th at 7 lbs, 11 oz. And he is absolutely our pride and joy! I love being a mom and John is such a wonderful dad. It truly is a miracle how a baby changes your life. Things that seemed so important before take a back seat to Rocco’s smile. I love reading to him and kissing him. He is going to be so embarrassed by his mom! Mostly it’s just an adventure.
In the beginning the biggest challenge is getting sleep. Everyone tells you to nap when the baby naps……yeah right! You’re too busy doing a million other chores, working or just staring at him. It’s so important to take time for yourself or you’ll go crazy.
I’m ridiculous when it comes to schedules. I absolutely love them. So a big challenge is fitting my schedule and Rocco’s together so everything gets done. It’s become a game for me and when I check everything off my list I feel like I won.”
What a little cutie! The Black Crowes frontman, Chris Robinson, and his new wife Allison Bridges were spotted with their 2-week-old daughter Cheyenne Genevieve leaving Katsuya restaurant in Brentwood, Calif. on Tuesday (January 12).
The day before, we spotted the trio headed to a doctor’s appointment in Santa Monica.
Born on December 26, 2009, Cheyenne is Allison’s first child and the second for Chris, who is father to 6-year-old Ryder Russell with ex-wife Kate Hudson.View Slideshow »»
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