Despite Family Drama, Anne Heche's Two Sons Share A Special Bond

Fri, March 25, 2011 10:11am EST by Add first Comment

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This is so nice to hear! Anne says there’s no rivalry between her two boys Atlas and Homer — just love!

Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth take note! Anne Heche, 41, is thrilled that her sons, Homer, 9, with ex husband Coley Laffoon, and Atlas, 2, with current husband James Tupper, formed a special brotherly bond. Forget about sibling rivalry, all these two guys want to do is dote on each other!

“The two are having an incredible bond right now,” Anne tells People. “They already look out for each other.” And the funny thing is, 2-year-old Atlas is the ‘big’ brother that everyone is looking up — or shall we say down — to!

“Atlas wears 4-year-olds’ clothes at this point,” James, 45, admits with a chuckle. “He’s a big, strong, big-hearted boy. Homer always jokes that Atlas is going to be a lineman.” And if he wants to play football, there is no doubt in his parents mind that Atlas will follow his dream.

“He had the terrible ones,” James jokes. “He was trying hard at an early age to get his own way.” And Anne adds of Atlas hitting the “terrible-twos” a bit early, “He really was a prodigy in that sense. It’s safe to say that he was living up to his name’s reputation.”

We love that these two step siblings have really formed a great relationship! If Reese and Jim decide to have kids, we’re sure Ava and Deacon would adore another little brother or sister.

–Leigh Blickley
Reese’s Stepfamily already seems so happy! They’re ready for a weekend wedding!
Check out these adorable celebrity siblings!

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