If someone had told me when I was 25 years old that one day my husband and I would be parents to three sets of twins, I would have laughed out loud. At the time—it was 1988—my husband Bruce and I had been married about three years. We were very much in love, building our relationship upon mutual trust, love, respect, humor and faith in God. We also had a very active, healthy and happy sex life, but we hadn't yet decided it was time to start our family.
We’d like to send a congratulatory shout-out to Matt Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso this morning. The couple, who will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary this December, are expecting their their third child, reported People Magazine.
We’ve never been able to tell Amy Adams and Isla Fisher apart. They’re both red-heads, they’re both funny in that quirky girl-next-door kind of way, and now, they’re both pregnant at the same time too. Not since Natalie Portman and Keira Knightley appeared in Star Wars together, has it been so confusing trying to tell two, unrelated actresses apart. (Even People Magazine recently posted a pic of a pregnant Isla, which might actually be a pregnant Amy, according to commenters.)
2010 is shaping up to be quite a year for superstar Beyonce, with six Grammy wins, a new hit single with Lady Gaga, and...a baby? If the online rumor mill is to be believed, the superstar and her hip hop mogul husband, Jay-Z, are expecting their first child. The duo has kept quiet on the subject, but MediaTakeOut.com is already offering their congrats, claiming their source is "rock solid."
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Twentysomething guys are often thought of to be party- and booty-obsessed overgrown babies, but a new study reveals that most of them actually covet fatherhood! Biological clocks, stability and good, old-fashioned love are some of the reasons motivating men to have kids.
Not to get all TMI on you—we're all friends here, though, aren't we?—but my husband and I are thinking about changing up our birth control to the ol' pull-out method. Actually, correction: I'm thinking about it and he's biding his time, not saying too much, hoping I come to my senses before my prescription for the Pill runs out. Think I'm crazy?