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Congratulations are in order for Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale. The Bridesmaids star, 36, and the Vinyl actor, 45, welcomed their first child together – son Rocco – on Monday (February 1).Read More
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“I am not religious, but that is one of my main concerns for my girls – no drugs, no smoking, and please don’t have sex, girls, until you are…well, old enough,” Oliver remarked. “It’s not that I disagree with those things, it’s just that I want [the girls] to do what I did, really.”
Source: You Magazine via Digital Spy
Singer Jessica Simpson apparently has kids on her mind – and not just one!
“I’d love six kids running around, but I guess I’ll have to start pretty soon,” the Do You Know artist told Australia’s Daily Telegraph.
As for her Dallas quarterback boyfriend Tony Romo, Jessica isn’t squeamish about expressing her feelings.
“It’s a beautiful relationship,” she says. “He’s everything I could dream of and I really love him. I’m proud to be his girlfriend.”
Source: OK Magazine
Photo: Flynet, 9/12
Jerry O’Connell and wife Rebecca Romijn are expecting twin girls early this winter, and the couple are setting up the house for them – which is bad for Jerry’s video game collection.
“We cleared out a bedroom, actually not a bedroom, it was my aunt and uncle’s old stuff,” O’Connell, 34, told PEOPLE at Saturday’s The Hills: A Staged Reading at Hollywood’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. “I had my computer and video games in there. That got cleared out for the kids. So, I’m wondering what I’m going to do with my video game stuff. But, maybe that goes out the window when you have kids.”
They’re also making the usual preparations, like the nursery,
“Baby-proofing the house, but it’s mostly getting the nursery ready,” O’Connell said about their activities. “It’s another room. We’ve got a couple cribs and stuff, so that’s about it.”
And, after the babies come, Jerry says Rebecca’s mother Elizabeth will be staying to help out,
“Her mom is going to come stay with us. I’m sleeping on the couch – I’m kidding, no – clutching the video-game system. No, I’m joking. A lot of people are getting us ready for the first couple months.”
And on how Rebecca is doing,
“She’s feeling good,” O’Connell said of Romijn, 35. “I think as a husband, you feel a little jittery because at this point you have to just be there to help out as much as possible. Get food, make sure all the DVDs are rented. I’m sort of in a position where I have to assist at this point. So, it’s a little nerve-wracking in that sense that I can’t, as a guy you want to be the one that’s carrying them. You’re not. She’s great. This is a really happy time for us, it really is.”
Photo: Flynet, 10/9
Source: Daily Mail
Bachelorette Trista Sutter and hubby Ryan announced their second pregnancy exclusively to Life & Style! The couple are already parents to son Max, 14 months. Trista is three months along. The couple shared some of their hopes and fears with the magazine.
L&S: How soon after Max’s July 2007 birth did you start trying again?
Trista: I was only on birth control for a couple of months. We thought that if it took us as long as it did with Max — two years — why try to prevent it? So we started trying in January.
L&S: Were you surprised you were able to get pregnant so quickly?
Trista: I was in total shock! I took a few tests, and they all came back negative. But a few weeks after Max’s 1st birthday, all of a sudden I thought to myself, I don’t think I’ve had my period in a while. So I took another test — the line was extremely faint, but it was there!
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L&S: Did you tell Ryan right away?
Trista: He was there. I had just taken the test when Ryan came up the stairs. I showed it to him and said, “I think I’m pregnant.” His first words were, “Holy crap!” It was positive shock, one of the best kinds you can have in your life.
L&S: After Max’s birth, you said you’d love to have a little girl. If you don’t have one this time, will you and Ryan keep trying?
Trista: I did say that — I’m such a girlie girl. But I’ve become really neutral about it all. I just want a really happy and healthy baby. I know that sounds cliché, but it’s the God’s honest truth. I would love to have a little girl, but I also love having a boy. Ryan has a brother, and they’re about the same age difference as Max will be with his new sibling. So it would be fun to have two boys, too.
L&S: So if you have another boy, will this baby be the last?
Trista: If we don’t have a girl, I’ve thought about the possibility of adopting. It came up in conversation because I’m leaning toward having my tubes tied! I think I’ll be happy with two kids. But then again, I was perfectly happy with just having Max. If we hadn’t been able to get pregnant again, I was 100 percent happy with my life. This new baby will just add a little bit more life and spirit and happiness and fun!
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