I haven't made fun of celebrities in a long time and I've decided to take a quick zing at a couple of them this morning. Please don't think I am mocking those who are in reality seeking fertility treatments as that is a sensitive and serious business.
What I am making fun of are these celebrities that plan their children from conception to birth to fit into their busy schedules. Many celebs have been dedicating their early 30's to their career rather than settling down and building a family. In my view narcissistic people shouldn't have children until they figure out that a child is not a fashion accessory.
The Client List’s Jennifer Love Hewitt is considering freezing her eggs in order to have a baby at some point down the line. How far down the line Jennifer? A family is important and you are either in or you are out! The 34-year-old actress, who is dating her co-star Brian Hallisay, is allegedly mulling over whether to undergo the procedure, Us Weekly reported.
Hewitt has been "asking a few women she knows about freezing her eggs," a source told the magazine. Gosh there goes the omelet!
According to weekly magazine, she is reportedly worried she could wind up single. "If it doesn't work out with Brian, she can still be a mom one day," the source added. Although she is currently involved with Hallisay, she has had failed relationships with Carson Daly, Jamie Kennedy, John Mayer and "White Collar" actor Ross McCall, to whom she was engaged. With the exception of Daly that is some swell list of potential Dads. Mayer alone is worth is weight in diapers and people should take a clue. Darwin cannot work if all these people who cannot find a partner keep breeding anyway.
Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara says she isn't planning on having children with boyfriend Nick Loeb anytime soon, but that doesn't mean she's not thinking about the future. The actress, who turns 40 in July, tells InStyle Magazine, "I guess I am going to think about freezing my eggs." She also added that she really didn't like frozen eggs and preferred them scrambled.
"I tried to do it once before," she said. "It was a dozen XL and I had to throw them all out later."
In other egg news from Brainz:
"Zachary Confections, Inc. has recalled their Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs throughout several states within the U.S. due to possible salmonella contamination. The frequent staple of many Easter baskets will be noticeably absent for kids (and kids at heart) living within Iowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota thanks to random post production testing that suggested possible contamination in the confection.
Consumers who purchased lots of the product in white egg crates with purple, yellow, or green lettering with the case number: 1 00 75186 31797 3 and the unit UPC of 0 75186 15797 8 with code dates of D3245D, D3145E, F3145E, or D3245E found on the side panel near a best before date of February 14, 2012 have been instructed to return the product to the store or request a direct refund from the company. Additionally, consumers may reach the Zachary Confections Customer Service via telephone at (765) 654-8356 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. EST with further questions."
Hopefully there was no mistaking frozen embryos and Easter goodies with Hewitt and Vergara. I think I'm going to have my head frozen now. That way, after I've departed earth, I can revisit my face and see how things are going.
Sunday March 17th it was number 3936 on Amazon Canada..:) Hurray!!
Former CHS student Bob Bromby enjoying the book!
New book out in May!