Sandra Bullock on a May 2010 issue of Hello!, debuting her then-newly adopted son Louis.
Sandra Bullock, already mother to her adopted Louisiana-born son Louis, has completed the paperwork for another domestic adoption.
“It took her about 18 months to finally get Louis, and there is no time table as to when she will get the second child,” a source tells RadarOnline.com of the 47-year-old actress. “Sandy’s adoption lawyer has told her it could take up to a year to complete the process. She doesn’t care whether or not it’s a boy or girl. She just wants a healthy a baby.”
So why now? Well, Sandra’s eager to give Louis a little sibling. “Sandra has always planned to have more than one child,” the source says. “She feels that now is a good time for a new baby to be welcomed into the family.”
Adds the source, “Louis is a little young to understand that he is going to be a big brother, but Sandy is trying to get him ready for the transition.”
Charlize Theron is a mom!
A rep for the 36-year-old South African stunner told AP, that Charlize is “proud mom of a healthy baby boy named Jackson.”
No other details were provided.
Jessica Simpson on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (NBC)
Jesssica Simpson quashed speculation that she’s expecting twins. Too bad!
When asked by Jay Leno, during an appearance on his show last night, about the rumors, she said, “No, it’s not twins. I know it looks like it!”
And Jessica’s not looking too forward to giving birth: “Labor is really going to hurt,” she said. “I have so much respect for my mom and all the women across the world.”
But Jessica, who’s expecting a girl with fiance Eric Johnson, assured Jay that she wasn’t about to pop: “Not quite yet. We have some time.”
Martha Stewart‘s daughter Alexis has given birth to her second child, a boy, making Martha a grandmother again!
The boy, named Truman, was born via surrogate on Tuesday, March 6, according to People.
According to People, 46-year-old Alexis “struggled for five years” to have a a child, until her other son, Jude, was born via surrogate last March.