Country singer Jessie James is singing some happy news these days! The Wanted singer and her husband, Denver Broncos player Eric Decker, are expecting their first baby in March. James shared the happy news via Twitter, saying, “Last night all THREE of us at our foundation for Deckers dogs! Yep we are having a baby!!! Excited…” Congrats!
Shonda Rhimes is working on her own happily every after! The Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator recently shared via Twitter the happy news that her 3rd daughter has arrived: “Been AWOL from Twitter. I totally have a good reason: TINY HUMAN #3 is here and she’s perfect! Babies are good. Life is good. #2shoes3kids.” Rhimes’ two older daughters Harper and Emerson were adopted in 2002 and 2012, respectively.
It’s a boy’s life for Megan Fox! In Touch Weekly is reporting that the actress and her husband, fellow actor Brian Austin Green, are adding another boy to their family. The couple are parents to son Noah, who turns 1 later this month, and Green is also dad to 11-year-old son Kassius from a previous relationship.
Retired tennis champ Kim Clijsters is making headlines again! Clijsters and her husband Brian Lynch welcomed their second baby today, September 18th. Clijsters shared the happy news of Jack Leon‘s arrival on Twitter: “Jack Leon Lynch is born! Born at 7.06 pm tonight and we are both doing well… His big sister , mama and daddy are very proud and happy!<3″ Big sis is 5.5-year-old Jada Ellie, who no doubt has been helping mom and dad get ready for Jack’s arrival!
“MOM!” You’ve heard of Big Brother. That’s nothing compared to Big Daughter.
“MOM!!! You had a big meal. Now you want to add more CARBS on? You want to be unhealthy? You want to have a fat BUTT!”
I knew I should have left my phone at home. What are we teaching our kids? I educate her in healthy foods and now I’m screwed. She always gives me the 5th grade evil eye whenever something remotely delicious is centimeters from my mouth. I’ve started sneaking food in my own home, retreating to my closet to avoid the “I’ve taken Nutrition in STAR” look on her face as she rolls her eyes in disgust.
“Turn around, NOW!” she yells/whines/demands in my Bluetooth. “But they have NUTELLA flavor this week,” I beg meekly into the phone. “It’s my FAVORITE!”.
Where’s her compassion? Her big heart? I make a last ditch effort, “Carob is healthier than chocolate chips!” It’s like I’m raising a Janet Napolitano or something. “Stop whining and U-TURN IT now, Mom!” .
And what do I do? I follow the Secretary of Dietary Security’s command. I cower and cave and pull a U Turn on my residential street. Tail between my legs, I skulk into my house, no yogurt, no toppings, no dignity.
So, moms, think twice before you instill good eating habits in your kids. Either that, or get a big closet.