Topic: celebrity dad

10 Absurd ‘Post Baby Body’ Headlines Replaced With Celebrity Dads

10 Absurd 'Post Baby Body' Headlines Replaced With Celebrity Dads

I think it’s time someone throws some of this post baby body BS towards the men who have become new fathers. I have happily stolen real headlines about celebrity moms and replaced the mom’s names with that of celebrity dads. I don’t agree with criticizing anyone for their appearance regardless of sex, but the thought of living in a world where we put men under the same sort of intense scrutiny as we put women is all too appealing at times. More »

Rebecca Romjin And Jerry O’Connell Are Raising Their Kids Like Most Of Us Do – By Themselves

Rebecca Romjin And Jerry O'Connell Are Raising Their Kids Like Most Of Us Do - By Themselves

“That’s what real life is. Once you start paying somebody else to do the grunt work, who are you?”

Who are you? You are somebody with the help of a nanny or personal assistant, that’s who you are! I never wanted a nanny to do things like change diapers or feed my babies (I was nursing anyway) but now that they are older it sure would be nice to have someone do all the junk I despise doing, like driving them places and being the voice of Ken which always seems to be my job. More »

Media Takeout Claims To Know Kim And Kanye’s Baby Name Or Is Seriously Trolling Us

Media Takeout Claims To Know Kim And Kanye's Baby Name Or Is Seriously Trolling Us

Ever since it was reported that Kim Kardashian delivered Kanye West‘s baby five weeks early, Mommyish readers have been having nothing short of a heyday throwing around hypothetical baby names. Some of my favorite readers threw around such gems as Kadence, Kash Kow, Konda Kimye, Kardinal West. According to Media Takout’s notoriously incorrect sleuthing, you guys weren’t too far off. More »

Aaron Sorkin Writes Sweet Father’s Day Letter To His Daughter, Sort Of Admits He’s Screwing Up

Aaron Sorkin Writes Sweet Father's Day Letter To His Daughter, Sort Of Admits He's Screwing Up

Aaron Sorkin may have caught a lot flack for his depiction of ladies in The Social Network, but in an open letter to his young daughter Roxy, the father suggests that he’s quite attuned to at least some of the plight of growing up female. More specifically, raising his daughter in a hotbed of body issues, hyper plastic surgery, wealth obsession, and all within the shadow of the ever looming entertainment industry. As a Los Angeles native, I made it out pretty well-adjusted so I guess it’s possible for young girls. More »