Ashlee Simpson has blogged about her newborn son, Bronx Mowgli, with husband Pete Wentz. Here’s what she wrote on her MySpace page ..."Hey everyone! Just wanted to write and check in! Motherhood is the most fantastic experience I have ever been thru, [Bronx Mowgli] makes me laugh and smile everyday! I finally left the house for Fall Out Boy’s show on Monday night, which was so good. Their new songs sound awesome live, I can’t wait for their new record! And last night I went to Pete and Bronx’s godfather Travis’ art how. It’s amazing to see how many artistic outlets those boys have! Made me very proud. It was an awesome show and so many of our friends and family came out to support. I hope you guys have a great holiday, I can’t wait to spend it with my new family. Christmas tree goes up tomorrow!XO Ash"

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Born via surrogate in early August, Ricky Martin's four-month-old twin boys make their debut in this week's issue of People. Here are some quotes from the Puerto Rican hunk about the birth of his adorable sons and fatherhood in general:Q: Describe this time in your life.

Ricky Martin:  I'm so happy! Everything they do, from smiling to crying, is a blessing. Being a father feels amazing. This has been the most spiritual moment in my life.

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When Santa made his list this year, he must have put Suri Cruise on his "nice" list.

While many of us picture Christmas as Santa sliding down the chimney, Suri actually lived her dream holiday as an army of toy soldiers followed the little cutie around the store carrying whatever she told her mom, Katie Holmes, to buy.

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The ax may be falling on Lipstick Jungle, but no network execs are going to cancel Brooke Shields' most important, long-running project - motherhood.

The beautiful actress opens up about being a mom to daughters Rowan, 5, and Grier, 2, in the December/January issue of Cookie, which apparently exists.

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If Sean Preston and Jayden James Federline believed in Santa Claus before this year, their mom, Britney Spears, put an end to that.

Instead of counting on the Jolly Fat Man to bring the kids gifts, the "Circus" singer took them on a shopping spree where they pointed to the toys they wanted, and Mom's American Express Black Card delivered them down the Chimney.

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