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From Lady Gaga's hope for lots of kids (one day) to Beyonce's post-baby weight loss and Jessica Simpson's water-breaking prediction, don't miss these great parenting links from around the web.
Did Beyonce Seriously Just Have a Baby?
New mommy Beyonce was looking more like her alter ego Sasha Fierce last Monday at First Lady Michelle Obama's fundraising dinner. In a curve-hugging blue Victoria Beckham dress, it was a little hard to believe that just months ago she was sporting a baby bump (and a large one at that!). These photos add fire to the flame of accusations that claim Beyonce was rocking a fake baby bump. But seriously, Beyonce -- what's your secret!?
Lady Gaga Wants Enough Kids to Fill a Soccer Team
Looks like Lady Gaga may be the next Angelina Jolie: she recently told Oprah Winfrey she wants a "soccer team" of kids one day. She could probably afford it -- but she may not be able to rock those adult onesies anymore. Celebrity Baby Scoop dishes on Gaga's latest interview about pregnancy and having her very own little monsters.
Hugh Grant Says He "Likes" His Baby
Though he was forewarned that the baby period was not an easy one, Hugh Grant says he actually likes his daughter. Um… we sure hope you do, Hugh! People has the scoop on his baby girl. And for the record, we love her name: Tabitha!
Pregnant Jessica Simpson Thinks Her Water Breaking "Will Be Like a Fire Hydrant"
It's gonna be a gusher! At least, that's Jessica Simpson's prediction of what it will be like when her water breaks. The mom-to-be told Jimmy Kimmel all about the sea of amniotic fluid in her belly. But that doesn't mean that it'll be tidal wave-time when her water breaks. Read what iVillagers said about their water breaking experiences.
Are "Wrongful Birth" Lawsuits Just Plain Wrong?
Over at the Huffington Post, Amy Beck talks about the millions of dollars parents across the country are winning in "wrongful birth" lawsuits. According to these parents, if they had known ahead of time about their child's disabilities they would have had an abortion. But in the case of down syndrome, is this right? Do you think they're justified?