The celeb moms are asking YOU for help supporting families in need with one act of kindness! Help the good cause!
Actresses and moms Tiffani Thiessen and Elisabeth Rohm are asking for support to help Baby Buggy, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing families in need with clothes, services and other essentials! Through Do the KIND Thing, they’re challenging YOU to carry out one act of kindness. If enough people participate by March 6, the celeb moms will deliver diapers and other items to impoverished families in NYC and LA.
Elisabeth Röhm is gearing up for her daughter Easton‘s third birthday in April, but now that her tiny tot is old enough to decide on her own party location, the Law And Order star, 37, is getting a little worried.
Teenage Twi-hards aren’t the only ones on team Team Taylor! His older, foxy co-star tell us how much she loved working with him!
Watch out Robert Pattinson — Taylor Lautner‘s boyish good looks and rock-hard abs have made him irresistible to women of all ages! Elisabeth Rohm, who plays Taylor’s mother in his upcoming film Abduction, is just another lady who has fallen under his charm and admitted to being Team Jacob!
Elisabeth loves to hear her daughter say, ‘let’s hit it!’ It means they’re about to take on an adventure and create memories that will last forever!
Actress Elisabeth Röhm has started a new tradition with her daughter Easton that makes her feel closer to the 2-year-old. “Easton and I have started a ritual — one that I hope sticks with us until we are having Eat, Pray, Love moments well into her thirties,” the 37-year-old Law & Order actress tells People. “We have come to love our road trips!” What do you do to bond with your tots, HollyMoms?
With a little bit of humor and a lot of patience, the Law & Order star is learning that the terrible twos aren’t so bad.
Now that Elisabeth Röhm‘s daughter, Easton, has reached the dreaded age of two, the Law & Order actress is realizing that there are definitely life lessons we can learn from our kids! “I have finally begun to learn a life lesson that almost nothing but my daughter could teach me: how to stay cool under pressure — upon being violated, publicly embarrassed or simply feeling baffled by a confrontation,” Elisabeth, 37, writes in a blog on People.com. Hey HollyMoms, how do you deal with your child’s dramatic tantrums?
Elisabeth Rohm endulged in pints of ice cream every night when she was pregnant — “I was the happiest pregnant person.” But even her doctor told her that she’d gone a little overboard!
Of course, every woman who’s expecting a baby puts on weight, but Elisabeth Rohm, 37, pushed the limit a bit and packed on 70 to 75 pounds when she was expecting her now 2-year-old daughter, Easton. Did she mind? Not at all! “I was a ripe 200 pounds when I gave birth to Easton,” Elisabeth tells The New York Observer’s Playground magazine. “I dove into a pint of ice cream every night, I will admit. I was not moody, was not crazy; I was relaxed and happy. In truth, putting on the weight was healthy for me at the time.”
Mother knows best! Elisabeth, who plays Taylor’s mom in the upcoming action flick, Abduction, says he needs to stay away from the party girls of Tinseltown! Do you agree?
Thus far, Taylor Lautner has kept his playboy tendencies in check (re: he’s no Mark Salling), dating only his high school sweetheart, Sara Hicks, and country crooner Taylor Swift. But Elisabeth Rohm, who plays the 18-year-old Twilight star’s mom in the upcoming action film Abduction, says she hopes it stays that way — and that he should stay away from Hollywood hotties!
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Listening to music at an early age is believed to make children smarter. HollyMoms — do you agree with this concept?
Many mommies believe that musical influences during childhood are imperative to early development. Law & Order‘s Elisabeth Röhm, 37, is one of those parents who believes in this wholeheartedly. “Music is really important for their development,” Elisabeth told HollyBaby.com exclusively at the Juno Jr. Launch event at FAO Schwarz in NYC on Sept. 25. “Music helps [2-year-old daughter Easton] express herself.”