Gwyneth Paltrow & Apple In LA

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth, 34, and two-year-old Apple (Apple celebrates her third birthday on May 14th!) were snapped out in LA. Gwyneth also has a one-year-old son named Moses.

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  1. Nikki says

    ewww oriana

    you have no life and you check this everyday.poor girl
    seriosuly go get a life or perhaps friends.

    it seems to me that you are a huge loser.

    so do us all a favor and go find yourself a life

  2. Kate says

    “Chop that little girls thumbs off?” That seems a little intense and insensitive, don’t you think? Remember….this is a toddler we’re talking about.

  3. Kate says

    What a pretty little girl! She looks a lot like her mother. I am a teacher with a master’s degree in early childhood education. Potty training is a varied process for each child. Certainly, most children have completed the process before turning 4, but anything younger than that is not unusual. Thumb-sucking is also a very common behavior seen in many young children. Typically, it is a way to seek comfort/self-soothe. Perhaps, the cameras/paparazzi scare Apple?

  4. kelly says

    chop that little girls thumbs off. she’s too old i don’t care what any of you say. she is too old and we all know sucking the thumb is just plain nasty.

  5. Jenn says

    Am I the only person who thinks that Apple looks a little bit like Reese Witherspoon’s daughter Ava?

  6. oriana says

    smudgie, can’t talk to you, too busy eating my ice cream, but please, why not take your thumb out of your mouth, or did your pacifier wear out?

  7. smudgie says

    Oh, brother! Imagine going for a walk, having your pix taken every time you turn around, and having your kid picked at by a bunch of losers who half of which don’t know what they’re talking about ( Oriana). Pity!

  8. oriana says

    Jenny, absolutely right, and I am going outside and eat ice cream with my fingers and enjoy myself while I am doing it!!!!!

  9. Jenny says

    You ALL need to get away from the computer and spend some time outside with your kids instead of engaging in STUPID arguments with each other!

  10. oriana says

    May 14th she will be three years old, I’m the idiot?

    And Nell, how do you know I don’t still suck my thumb? Both of them at the same time!!!! HA!

  11. Nell says

    Orianna–you’re an idiot. who has made you the expert on baby rearing. Two years olds suck their thumbs. Perhaps, if you sucked yours, you’d be a better person.

  12. Zbella says

    I think she’s adorable, strabismus or not. I love her ‘hound dog eyes’. Soo cute. Did anyone else notice her nifty golden shoes?

  13. Libraesque says

    “get it corrected if theres a problem”
    are you serious? how the hell can you correct hound dog eyes? plastic surgery on a kid??????

    and she looks NOTHING like Blythe, nothing, she is a carbon copy of her fug father

  14. Xenafan96 says

    I love seeing pics of Apple, I can’t help but notice that she is her granny Blythe Danner made over imo. Just as Gwenyth is too. I see the daddy much more in Moses. I feel bad for her, she does appear to have rather strangely set eyes, but juding from the total commitment and love her mommy and daddy given her Iam have faith in them that they are doing whatever they can to get it corrected if there is a problem. Altho my daughters’ eyes would get that way if she was sick or very tired and trying to fight a nap.
    Really now, how can no one really love this little girl, she is lovely and I can sense she is very kind and thoughtful too.

  15. oriana says

    I think maybe she just has big eyes? Maybe I am wrong, time will tell. And with the money that her parents have, Chris has millions, surely they would have had her wear corective lenses by now or even surgery, but then again, maybe a child would have to be older to have surgery if that is the case. I don’t know, I am still looking at her eyes.

  16. Greens says

    That’s okay Jen. It happens. And yes, I agree with you and the other posters up at the top who say that there is something off about her eye(s) Have noticed this since she was a baby. Not meant to be harsh or mean, but a factual observation.

  17. jen says

    To those of you who have said in past posts that you see nothing wrong with her eyes … well, if you aren’t finally convinced after seeing this picture than you need to get your own eyes checked STAT.

  18. jen says

    To those of you who say you see nothing wrong with her eyes … well, if you aren’t finally convinced after seeing this picture than you need to get your own eyes checked STAT.

  19. N says

    Well since you are not a doctor shut up. This is from http://www.babycenter.com ……. “There’s no magic age at which children are ready to start learning how to use the potty, but some develop the necessary physical and cognitive skills between 18 and 24 months of age. Many parents don’t start potty training until their children are 2 1/2 to 3 years old, when daytime bladder control has become more reliable. And some children aren’t interested in potty training until they’re closer to 3, or even 4.”….. it also states……. ” keep in mind that starting before your child is truly ready doesn’t mean you’ll finish sooner — it’s more likely that the process will just end up taking longer.”

  20. Meg says

    I think both mother and daughter look happy and healthy – that is all that matters to me about being a parent. Interesting how we all have different ways to approach parenting and the stages our children go through and what is or isn’t appropriate, etc, similar to the stages in all aspects of life, we all reach our own milestones as time and patience allows. Apple is darling, and I am sure she gets all the love and care in the world.

  21. Sandra says

    phnxgirl- Don’t get flustered at potty training, your son will do it when he is good and ready. My son who will be 6 in July. He pooped potty trained himself at 2.5 and then on his 3rd birthday just like a light switch decided to start going pee like a big boy. I will never forget it, we took him to the beach for his birthday and on the way home stuck in traffic, “Mommy potty, Mommy potty!” So it will happen, I truly believe the more you pressure a kid to do something like potty training the longer it will take to happen. Good Luck! ;o)

  22. oriana says

    Actually I don’t see anything outlandish at all about nursing to the age of 2. After that I think time to start with the zippy cup if they are eating and most kids are. It is the older kids that I find gross and sorry, but it makes me cringe to see a kid in pre-school, five years old, sucking on a bottle and still being breastfed! I happen to think that breast feeding is the best for a baby, and I commend you for doing that.

    As for celebs, I read where Angelina breastfed Shiloh and obviously she isn’t now, with traveling across the world and leaving her with Brad, so guess she stopped too at a young age, but to me, 6 months, 7 months, even 9 months seems a little too young to stop.

    I am the first to admit, that what the norm is now, is like the twilight zone when I my two sons were babies!

  23. phnxgirl says

    Zbella, 2 is not odd, 5 just seems weird to ME. My other son is 6 and I remember when he was 5 and there is NO WAY I could ever have imagined breast feeding him at that age. I truly feel that most parents do the best they can. It is obvious that we are all so judgemental of each other. I am so glad that I am not a celebrity because my two poor children would be ripped to shreds! I need super nanny to help me with potty training. 😉

  24. Zbella says

    Oh, phnxgirl – I know what you mean. My daughter learned so fast at 2.5 (30 months). We just showed her how it was done and especially after she saw her friends go potty, she wanted to learn.

    Now my son is close to 3 and very little interest. I don’t believe in pushing too much (my poor dad was literally strapped to the potty by my German grandmother as a young toddler). I am a hippie, I admit, and I love being this way. My mom is very boho (no free love though!) and it just feels natural to follow in her footsteps since I had such a happy childhood.

    Does it gross you all out that I nursed my daughter ’til she was almost 2 and my son for 15 months? Just wondering. 🙂 I personally think it’s beautiful but you don’t see many celebrities doing it past 6 months. I hope to nurse my baby for 2 years total, like with my oldest. My son weaned himself – but won’t potty train!!! Funny how each kid has their thing that they cling to be the baby.

    Well, Oriana, I hate to have a nasty relationship, so let’s agree to disagree. I don’t like to put age limits on stuff, that’s just me though. My kids so far have all been within the norm of things, but who knows if that might change. Really the norm is not as strict as you think it is.

    I do plenty of research and talk to moms, doctors and my husband about this stuff, I don’t think I’m too outlandish. The only thing some people think is odd is that I nurse past 12 months – and actually, in the US that is odd. I admit it! But worldwide it’s normal. 🙂

  25. oriana says

    #26, at least you have tried and are trying, that is more than a lot of people are doing, I guess just waiting for them to potty train themselves.

  26. oriana says

    #25, if you taught Math for years and that is how you add, then I can understand why so many of the youth today are having trouble filling out a job application!

  27. phnxgirl says

    Well I have to agree on the breast feeding issue. BUT I have been trying for the past three months to potty train my son! I have read books, looked up websites, and cleaned up enough pee off my tile to make anyone weep. I don’t know what I am doing wrong and when you judge the way you do, it really gets to me!

  28. Zbella says

    Thanks for getting my back, phnxgirl!

    It’s kind of funny, because one of my close friends IS a “children’s doctor” also known as a pediatrician – and she doesn’t think I’m a freak at all for having a 2 year old in diapers. Her 2 year old is in diapers – and when I say 2, I mean between the months of 24 and 36 months!!! Of course, if you are a mother, you would know that already!! 🙂 Anyway, her son has probably been known to ‘run around like a wild Indian’ from time to time!!!!!

    Try being a mother before you judge them so harshly. Oh – and I am a teacher (taught math for years!) so I found that one comment about age really funny!

  29. oriana says

    I do think having a child that is 5 and being breastfed a Sick thing to do, and also if one is in diapers that is 3, it is ridiculous as well as a 3 year old still sucking a bottle and their thumb, so yes, those are my thoughts and if you think they are harsh, so be it. I am not a children’s doctor so don’t know their take on the age limit they think would be normal to be potty trained and stop sucking a bottle but I would think three years old would be about time and over the time they suggest.

  30. phnxgirl says

    Zbella I am with you. I HATE parents who think their way is the only way. Oriana, so happy that you are THE perfect mom, and you have THE only perfect kids on this planet.

  31. oriana says

    Zbella, my son is 20, still sucks his thumb, another one is 12, still in diapers, another one is 10, still being breast fed, one is 14, still carries his blankie around with him, as you can see I am a wonderful mother, I let my kids make all the decisions, haven’t forced them to do anything against their Will, and me, well, I stick have a pacifier!!!!!!!

  32. Zbella says

    Oriana,

    Since you asked, I do have a 5 year old, but I am nursing my 7 month old. My 2 year old son is in diapers. None of my kids suck their thumb, although my eldest took a pacifier as a baby/toddler.

    My main point was, you need to let up and stop attacking all these moms out there who don’t do things exactly the way you do (or think you would). I find it hard to imagine you have children (maybe an infant?)

    Kids have individual needs and personalities and there is no way you could be so judgemental if you have a child who doesn’t fit the perfect mold you’ve created. Either that or your child is under a hell of a lot of stress trying to be perfect for you.

    I don’t think you’re sick or ridiculous or sitting on your lazy ass (but real classy, calling me all of the above). I do think you’re judgemental and unrealistic and kind of harsh. I really hope if/when you have children you lighten up a little.

  33. maggie says

    # 8 I have always noticed that, but still I think shes a cute girl, but I hate so much seeing toodlers sucking their thumb, thats not a good habit

  34. oriana says

    Life can be one big power struggle? There is a parent, and a child, so you are saying a parent should give in to what the child wants and let it go? Read the news, turn on your TV. Children are out of control, the parents sit back and let the kids do whatever and make decisions, that is why they are running like heatherns in the gro. stores, can’t go shopping without a kid hitting his parent, screaming bloody murder if doesn’t get his way, and the doctor’s offices are like arenas with kids running like wild Indians, so NO, the parent should take a firm hand, set some limits, use some common sense and guidance, and they don’t have to be mean and hateful to do it, just be, oh what is that word, a PARENT!!!!!!

  35. oriana says

    Well Zyebella are you one of those mothers that is still breastfeeding a five year old? Sick!!! Do you still have a kid in diapers that is three years old? Again, ridiculous! Do you have a kid that is sucking his/her thumb at three years old? Sounds like it. Sorry if you are offended, but do some training with your child and get off your ass!

    To be constantly carrying around a child that can walk is silly, and no my opinion isn’t gospel, it is just common sense!

  36. Zbella says

    Oriana, will you get over the diaper, blankie, thumb stuff already? How do you decide the perfect age for each and every thing? And what makes your opinion gospel? Kids are people – they have individual wants and needs. Each one is different. You can’t say one thing, at one age, is right for all children.

    Why are you so judgemental of all mothers – I assume you don’t save this just for celebrities. Life can be one big power struggle or you can let go a little and enjoy your kids rather than making them fit your perfect mold.

    Apple looks very loved, that’s what matters.

  37. Lacy says

    i think apple is adorable and looks just like her daddy. gwenyth, she looks beautiful as always, she has such a wonderful body, after two kids…..wow!!! with the money she has, she can afford anything to make her look good (except plastic sugery, i think it makes people look worse).

  38. oriana says

    I do agree that some kids don’t want to sit on a potty, too easy to just go whenever in their diaper, but to me, if the parent would work with the child, on a daily basis, and set some limits, and three year olds understand that, then after a period of a few months, they should be trained, just giving in to them and going along with it is a wrong message to me for a parent to give a child. And for a child to be carrying around a bottle three years old is ridiculous also!

  39. Sandra says

    oriana I know some kids just refuse to potty train. It is hard to train them if they are not ready, so that doesn’t bother me. It bugs me when I see kids well old enough carrying around bottles, ugh just drives me nuts! But I guess each parent can decide on they want to raise their kids, even if I don’t agree.

  40. oriana says

    I think pacificers are just fine up to a certain age, same as wearing diapers and having baby bottles, as for breast feeding to a certain age, well, I won’t even go there, seen too many weirdos five year old and older! Gives me the creeps just thinking about it! I don’t understand why kids still going on three still in diapers either.

  41. Sandra says

    oriana I agree, sadly many folk think pacifiers are evil so they choose not to use them. You can take a paci away but you can’t cut off the thumb or finger that are screwing up your teeth.

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