Rebecca admits that one of her 2-year-old twin daughters with Jerry O’Connell is quite the daredevil: ‘I’m scared she might almost die!’ Are you in a similar situation HollyMoms?
If you’re in the midst of that terrible twos stage, than you can relate to parents Rebecca Romijn, 38, and Jerry O’Connell, 36. Except they don’t only have one to deal with…they have double the trouble!
The terrible twos have hit Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn’s house! Their twin daughters are double trouble.
Oh no, HollyMoms, sounds like Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn‘s twin daughters have hit the dreaded baby stage — the terrible twos! Dolly and Charlie have started to reek havoc all over Hollywood. “We have a good one and a bad one,” Jerry, 36, tells Us Weekly of his darling daughters with Rebecca, 38. “I don’t want to say which one, but the bad one will act up in public places, like the supermarket. She lies down on the ground. It’s like a hippie protest — like a sit-in!”
Sure, Dolly and Charlie look like sweet little girls, but Jerry and his wife, Rebecca Romijn, say that their two kids are more than a handful and they don’t even want to think about expanding their family!
Actor Jerry O’Connell, 36, is experiencing the worst of the terrible twos with his twin girls, Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip — and they haven’t even reached the magic age yet (they turn 2 on Dec. 28). They’re so out of control that Jerry and his wife Rebecca Romijn, 38, don’t want to have any more children!
The mom of twin girls Charlie and Dolly and wife of fellow actor Jerry O’Connell is turning 38 today! We’re sure this year will bring on some new beginnings!
Although both of her shows Ugly Betty and Eastwick were cancelled , Rebecca Romijn is bound to find another gig somewhere! The gorgeous mom of almost 2-year-old twin girls Charlie and Dolly with hunky husband Jerry O’Connell, 36, is focusing on her family rather than her career right now and who is to blame her? She has one adorable family!
Being a parent is the toughest job you can ever have. Some moms and dads rule their little ones with an iron fist and a list of do’s and don’ts, while others – including these celebs – take a gentler approach to parenting.
“I use humor instead of that whole yes-and-no thing,” admits Marcia Cross, 48. Apparently the Desperate Housewives star lets her husband, Tom Mahoney, be the bad guy when their 3-year-old twin daughters, Eden and Savannah, act up.
The star of the new CBS drama The Defenders has complained about his daughters before, but now they’re actually starting to terrify him!
Jerry O’Connell probably never thought being a parent would be quite so scary, but now that he and wife Rebecca Romijn, 37, have moved their 21-month-old twin girls, Dolly (pictured above) and Charlie, from cribs to beds, his life has gotten a lot more … dramatic. “They keep coming out of their beds and you’ll be sitting there, like you’ll be on the computer, and one will appear in back of you – and it scares the crap out of me,” the 36-year-old told OK! magazine. “They’re like baby ghosts standing in the middle of the house.”
What’s it like to deal with twin daughters who are going through the “terrible twos”? Just ask Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell, who don’t seem to be enjoying their double trouble. At all.
Sure, twins are double the fun, but they’re also double the aggravation, at least according to Jerry O’Connell, who’s not shy about wanting to avoid his “crazy” twin girls’ “terrible twos.” The 36-year-old and his wife, Rebecca Romijn, seem to be dealing with a campaign of terror being waged by their 19-month-old twins, Charlie and Dolly. “It never gets easier,” he tells Extra of his daughters. “It gets worse and worse and worse and worse.” Oh dear!
The star of the upcoming CBS drama The Defenders says he’s glad to be working so he can avoid the girls’ “terrible twos.”
Jerry O’Connell definitely played the good husband when his wife, Rebecca Romijn, was working. He’d stay home with their twin daughters and play Mr. Mom. But he’s pretty pleased to be out of the house now with his new show, The Defenders, because he gets to avoid the twins, who are suffering from a severe case of the “terrible twos.”