Jerry O'Connell's Terrible Twins Have Turned Him Off The Idea Of Having More Kids: 'The Factory's Closed!'

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!

Jerry O’Connell is scared of his little girls: ‘They’re like baby ghosts!’

“It’s very difficult having two little kids in the house,” Jerry joked on CBS’ The Talk on Wednesday (Nov. 10). “It’s tough to keep the relationship going. My wife and I were thinking about getting a divorce, but neither of us want the children so I’m going to try and stick it out. No more. The factory’s closed!”

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Wow, Dolly and Charlie sure have a comedian for a father! But, this isn’t the first time that Jerry has joked about how crazy his little girls are. He complained back in September that the girls are “like baby ghosts” who like to sneak up on him when he’s least expecting it.

Jerry O’Connell is convinced that his twin girls are crazy!

Jerry also told Entertainment Tonight, “I think my children are worse than the terrible twos — they are the horrifically terrible twos. They are just crazy. Everyone says to us, ‘It gets better.’ That is not my experience!”

Aww! Poor Jerry. No one said it would be easy to be a daddy. But we bet you wouldn’t have it any other way!

– Lindsey DiMattina

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