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David Arquette and Girlfriend Expecting A Baby

  (Michael Kovac / Getty Images)

(Michael Kovac / Getty Images)

 

David Arquette is about to be a dad for the second time around.

The actor, 42, and girlfriend Christina McLarty.are reportedly expecting their first child together.

According to TMZ, McLarty is four months along. The pair have been dating on-and-off for two years.

Arquette is already a dad to nine-year-old daughter, Coco, with his ex-wife Courteney Cox.

 

 

 

 

 

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Simon Cowell Talks Fatherhood and ‘X-Factor’ in PARADE

 

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Simon Cowell has his hands full these days.

His show X-Factor is back television tonight and he’s prepping for the arrival of his first child. The entrepreneur sat down with PARADE to discuss the aforementioned and much more.

Check out some snippets from his interview with Parade!

On the X-Factor‘s low ratings this season:
“It just makes you work hard. There are way too many talent shows on TV, and they all start to look the same, which is why we’ve made distinct changes, like the new Four Chair Challenge round. The only way you get our of a rut is to make the show better.”

On criticizing other people:
“I was lippy as a kid. I couldn’t keep my mouth shut. I was always getting into trouble with my parents and in school, finding things funny that shouldn’t be. I couldn’t go to weddings or church because I would just lose it.”

On becoming a father:
“I’m not brilliant with babies. I never know what to do. But [once he’s older] I think I’ll be a good dad in terms of advice. And then I’ll get to do all the things I want to do, like go to Disneyland or Universal Studios, teach him how to drive – I love all that.”

Julianne Moore Covers HEALTH Magazine

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Julianne Moore is the November covergirl of HEALTH magazine.

In this issue, Moore talks about everything from her mother’s death, to her workout regimen.

Check out what she had to say to Health below!

On her workout regime:
“I try to do Ashtanga yoga two to three times a week. I’ve also started working out with a trainer, doing light weights and a lot of jumping around. The main problem is I can’t do anything six days straight because I get hurt. That’s the thing about old age – eventually your hip starts to hurt and you have to switch to do something else.”

On her mother’s death:
“I also had a period after my mother died where I couldn’t sleep. I mean, I was just in shock for the longest time and didn’t sleep for, like, a year. I was just a wreck. And I had some really intense acupuncture treatments, and it kind of reset my nervous system. So I think it’s very helpful.”

On her family’s diet:
“[They are pretty good eaters. They eat a lot of fruit- fruit’s easy – and certain vegetables. But my kids have always been allowed to have dessert. My husband thinks I’m too free and easy about that kind of stuff, but my kids will throw out a half-eaten ice cream cone if they’ve had enough, which I’ve never in my life been able to do.”

On her acting career:
“I can’t complain. I’ve been pretty lucky. And I think the more we talk about it, the more we make it real. I hate being asked this stuff! Let’s appreciate where we are. Let’s not wish our lives away.”

Actor Ian Ziering Named DaddyScrubs’ Official ‘Daddy of the Year 2013’

 

 

Daddyscrubs Ambassador Ian Ziering Named Daddy Of The Year

When Ian Ziering isn’t out saving the world from sharks, he’s on daddy duty.

The actor was recently named ‘Daddy of the Year 2013’ by DaddyScrubs. This award is bestowed upon men who are proactive in raising their kids.
“DaddyScrubs bestowed the ‘Daddy of the Year 2013’ distinction on me, and I am very proud of it,” Ziering says. “I have taken all of the cues that I picked up from my own childhood with my father. I am very flattered for the distinction, but it’s really a compliment to my own dad. I am happy to follow in his footsteps.”

DaddyScrubs, is popular line of I’m the Daddy™ apparel and gifts for dads. As the new face of the brand, Ziering hopes to inspire other fathers and aid them instilling pride in fatherhood. The father-of-two, to daughters Mia, 2, and Penna Mae, 4 months, is elated to encourage fathers to have more of an active presence  in their children’s lives.

“I believe you have to be very present in your children’s development,” the actor shares. “I plan to encourage fathers to do things that they might not think to do on their own. One of the most important things parents should do is spend time with their kids, and reading to them is also very important.”

Ziering isn’t just the face of the brand; he actually wears DaddyScrubs apparel as well.

“What I love about DaddyScrubs is that they help fathers become more engaged in the process,” he says. “The actual DaddyScrubs say ‘I’m The Daddy!’ on the back, and when I wore them in the delivery room, everyone had a big smile on their face. The scrubs really helped raise awareness and make me feel more a part of the whole delivery experience.”

Visit the official website of DaddyScrubs to view all of the apparel and gift items.

Get connected:

DaddyScrubs on YouTube

DaddyScrubs on Facebook 

DaddyScrubs on  Twitter

Information and Photos via Shannah Henderson and Francoise Shirley of hc-prgroup.com

 

 

 

Julianne Moore Covers InStyle Magazine [October]

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Just in time for the release of her new movie, Carrie, Julianne Moore covers InStyle magazine.

In the October issue, Moore chats with InStyle about her personal life, motherhood, and how her life has changed since hitting the big  5-0.

On her life:
“I feel very much in the middle of my life: being in a relationship for 17 years, having kids who are not babies anymore, living in the house we want to live in, and really enjoying the work I do.”

On being a parent:
“When your kids are young, they’re always holding your hand. Then suddenly you turn around and it’s not happening anymore. The days are long; but the years are short.”

On her career since turning 50:
“I can’t complain. I’ve been pretty lucky. And I think the more we talk about it, the more we make it real. I hate being asked this stuff! Let’s appreciate where we are. Let’s not wish our lives away.”

P!nk Covers September Issue of MARIE CLAIRE Australia

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P!nk blazes the cover of  Marie Claire Australia.

The singer chats it up with Marie Claire Australia about parenthood and whether or not she wants more children. Check out some excerpts below.

On life before motherhood:
“It’s different. I used to stay up till 4 o’clock in the morning on the Internet, drinking wine, smoking cigarettes, wake up at noon, roll out of bed, got to the gym. Now it’s foot-on-face here, hot breath… it’s just awesome. It’s exhausting and it’s terrifying and it’s the best thing that has ever happened.”

On parenting ups and downs:
“When we got home from the hospital, Willow had a meltdown and I had a meltdown and it was like a mother-of-all meltdowns for both of us. Carey didn’t know who to comfort first. He was like, ‘arrrggggghhhhh.’ It’s like, ‘Wait you sound like her!’ Carey’s eyes were like saucers. He didn’t know what to do.”

On wanting more kids in the future:
“I don’t want to do the baby stuff five times, but the idea of, like, a holiday with five kids fighting and me just sitting at the head of the table cracking up, pouring more wine, I just love that idea. I love the idea of all the chaos.”

Miranda Kerr for CLEO Magazine

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Miranda Kerr covers the latest issue of Cleo magazine.

According to Kerr, “sexy is not trying to be anything but yourself,” and there’s no doubt that this model knows what being sexy is.

In this issue, Kerr dishes on juggling motherhood and her career, raising her son on an organic diet, sex appeal and much more.

Check out what she had to say to Cleo below!

On raising Flynn on an organic diet:
“Life is about a balance so you do the best you can. I try to be 80 percent health and 20 percent indulgent. There are a few indulgences. It depends on my mood and on the day. I studied nutrition so I am very passionate about health and well-being. I like to start my day with a cold pressed organic juice and so does my son – which is amazing! He loves it. But it is also important to be happy. So if you are having a meal with friends and they are serving pasta, then enjoy. Eat the pasta. Don’t deprive yourself of those little luxuries.”

On managing modeling and time with Flynn:
“It’s called planning. For moms at home I say, when you are with your child it’s important to really be with them. Switch off your phone and really connect with them, and just love them. They are such a lot of hardwork but they are so much fun. For, me, one of my favorite things to do is turn the music on and dance around. Another favorite thing is to just be in our garden and investigate. Flynn will be like, ‘Oh mommy, what’s this?’ And I will say, ‘Oh that’s moss, or that’s a butterfly.”

On what she loves about parenting:
“Everything. My son is the best thing in the whole world. He’s just so charming and he his his own little individual personality so if I can just give him the best nutrients and the best environment for him to grow up in and support and nurture him, then that is all you can do as a mother.”

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