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Reese & Kids Enjoy A Sunny Afternoon On The Beach

Reese & Kids Enjoy A Sunny Afternoon On The Beach

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Camila & Matt’s Busy Afternoon

Camila & Matt's Busy Afternoon

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Heidi Klum & Kids In West Village

Heidi Klum & Kids In West Village

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    Mark Wahlberg planning To Marry After Baby #3!

    Actor Mark Wahlberg plans to marry model girlfriend, Rhea Durham in the summer of 2009.

    “She wants to wait until after the baby. We’ve been very fortunate. We’ve waited and worked hard to really strengthen our relationship. We want it right,” “We’re ready. I’m ready. She’s been ready, but I think you know, we both come from broken homes and we want to succeed.”

    Mark says that he and Rhea are still working out all the details, but the event will be a very intimate one. He said that his children, daughter Ella, 4 and son, Michael, 2, may or may not be in the wedding. It will be there choice.

    Source: People

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    Filed under: Mark Walhberg


    Jason Donovan: “Father’s Day Should Be Every Day”

    Australian singer Jason Donovan talked to Hello! Magazine this week about his children, who accompanied him on his honeymoon after marrying his long-term partner, and their mum, Angela Malloch in a surprise ceremony in Bali. The couple, who have been together for ten years, are parents to Jemma, 8, and Zac, 7.

    On a family honeymoon: “Honeymoons are a slightly odd concept for me, in that I couldn’t imagine sneaking off with Ange somewhere and leaving the kids behind. It wouldn’t have seemed right.”

    On his relationship with his father: “It’s the most important thing in the world to me. I had a very close relationship with my father when I was growing up and I guess I have always wanted to have that same sense of closeness with my own family.”

    On being a hands-on dad: “Yes. My philosophy is that you only get so many opportunities with your kids and you need to make the most of them because, before you know it, they’ve grown up.“

    On telling off the children: “You know, one of the problems I have parenting is knowing what to say when I have to tell them off. But Ange and I have our boundaries with them, for us, it’s all about trying to get the right balance.”

    On who they take after: “Jemma’s quiet like me – she’s got an artistic nature. She’s very into dance right now and was recently in her school play. Zac is much more like Ange. He’s a bright boy, he plays violin and is very good at maths – which he certainly didn’t inherit from me.”

    On celebrating Father’s Day: “It’s not something I celebrate. The cynic in me sees it for what it is – a commercial enterprise. Father’s Day should be every day as far as I’m concerned, with all the work I put in!”

    Source: Hello! Magazine – Issue 1025 – June 17 2008 – Pg 24-28

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    Dennis Quaid Moving The Family From Hollywood

    Dennis Quaid is ready to leave Tinseltown. He’s not retiring from acting, but he and his family are moving.

    “The train is going down the tracks!” he said.

    Dennis and his wife, Kimberly, are planning to uproot their family, which includes 7-month-old twins Thomas Boone and Zoe Grace to his hometown of Houston.

    “We have a lot of family there and we have a really nice plot of land. We have 30 or 40 friends and family members within two miles of us. Its kind of a no-brainer.”

    Leaving Los Angeles is sure to put bad memories behind for the couple. Last November, their twins came close to death from an accidental overdose of the drug Heparin. Thomas and Zoe were given 10,000 units of Heparin as newborns. The normal dosage for infants is 10 units. The babies were treated and have recovered from the overdose.

    “They went through a medical catastrophe. Thank God it had a happy ending,” Dennis said. “We took them [kids] to the kiddie pool for their first swim today. They loved it.”

    Dennis and Kimberly have since taken action to prevent such medical nightmares from happening again by establishing a foundation to minimize the impact of human error.

    “We would like to start by bar coding,” he said. “With a bar code, [a nurse] can scan the medicine and scan the bracelet of the patient. Scan her own tag and if theres a mistake, it will come up.”

    Souce: OK Magazine

    Photo: Pacific Coast News

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