Victoria Beckham and her youngest son Cruz, 2, are pictured leaving Mel’s Drive-In in Los Angeles. During the whole photo set, Cruz struggled with getting his glasses on.
Vanessa Trump is pictured with her daughter, Kai, 5 months, at the opening of a Bonpoint store in NYC. Is it just me, or does Kai have the little comb over going on?
Thanks Ki Ki!
With no doctor present and the help of three chanting midwives, Nick Nolte’s girlfriend, Clytie Lane, gave birth on Oct. 2, to the couples first child at their Malibu home.
They named their baby daughter Shanti, which means “peace”
Nolte, 66, and Lane, 39, a Pilates instructor have had a tempestuous relationship in the past.
A source says, “They broke up early in the year, and then Clytie returned in March-10 weeks pregnant. At first Nick wanted a DNA test, but then decided he was the father.”
I love hearing about homebirth stories, I was always too chicken to do it myself, but I really admire the women who have done it.
National Enquirer 10/22/07
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s children, Apple, 3 1/2, and Moses, 1 1/2, got piggy back rides on a chilly London afternoon with their nanny and an undientified male. Moses is a toddler now, what cute kids they are!
Pacific Coast News
Don’t you just wonder how Scientology influences little 18 month old Suri’s life? Us Weekly learned some interesting things on what it’s like “Growing up Suri.”
As a baby Suri was breastfed and given a mixture of barley water, milk and corn syrup which Hubbard says is healthier than formula and breast milk. She doesn’t take Scientology classes yet, but everyone around her is a Scientologist, even her nannies.
“Tom doesn’t like associating with people who aren’t Scientologists,” says an insider.
Surprisingly (not really), Tom and Katie don’t say no to Suri:
“It’s all about being positive and supportive,” says the couple’s friend Hubbard advised parents to “try to be the child’s friend.”
But in the long run, “How a parent disciplines their child is left up to the parent.”
A close family friend says: “Suri pretty much does whatever she wants, whenever she wants. If she fusses before bed, they let her stay up later. If they want her to go swimming and she cries, they’ll take her out. If she whines about food, they’ll ask her what else she wants to eat. They always want to please her.”