Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes: Moving in Together!

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LeAnn Rimes' love nest is now a family home.

Eddie Cibrian and his two children are moving into the country singer's Hidden Hills house in Calabasas, Calif., beginning next week, according to E! News.

They're doing it to save money "since Eddie lost his CSI job," says a source. "Mason is moving into the dog's old room, Jake is moving into LeAnn's office."

Rimes purchased the home a few blocks from where Eddie lived with soon-to-be ex-wife, Brandi Glanville, shortly after the two went public with their affair.

Cibrian and Glanville have equal custody of the boys.

If nothing else, at least Eddie Cibrian is pitching in.

Just yesterday, LeAnn Rimes Tweeted, "@eddiecibrian showing me how to do yard wrk! Think that it's the first time I've ever paid attention to yard wrk."

Awwww.

Also, he may not be broke for long. Last Thursday he said: "hotel room tmrw! Eddies working today and so am I so looking forward to a second of a break!"

Good to see Eddie Cibrian at least carrying the load around the house until he gets a steadier acting job. The guy's got to contribute something at least.

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