PHOTOS: Celebrity Families Attend The 3rd Annual My Brother Charlie Family Fun Event

A slew of celebrity families turned out on Sunday to show their support of the 3rd Annual My Brother Charlie Family Fun Event to benefit the Hollyrod Foundation.

Among the famous families in attendance: Holly Robinson Peete and her family (whose foundation it is!),  Laila Ali, Scout Masterson and Bill Horn, Leah Remini, Brooke Burke and David Charvet, and Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow.

 

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Lunchtime Links With Brooke Burke’s Son

Brooke Burke showed off her cutie via Twitter – putting on his blue sunscreen.

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Graphic hoodies for your toddler! (Lil Sugar)
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Gabby Douglas meets Duchess Kate.  (BlackCelebKids)
David Beckham brings his boys to the Olympics. (Hollybaby)
Glee is still going strong. (I’m Not Obsessed)
Easy and fun desserts you can make with the kids. (Lady & the Blog)
Name changes are all the rage with celebrities.

 

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Brooke Burke Enjoys An Ice Cream Break With Her Daughter

Dancing With The Stars host Brooke Burke was spotted enjoying a little quality mommy and daughter time at The Grove in Los Angeles, Calif. while they were both promoting Dreyer’s/Edy’s ice cream on Wednesday afternoon.

We can’t believe how much Neriah has grown up! Before you know it, Brooke will have teenagers!

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Brooke Burke Says She’s A Parent Before She Is A Friend To Her Kids

According to Brooke Burke, she prefers that her children look up to her as a mother and parent first before considering her their friend.

The Dancing With The Stars host says that as hard as it may be at times, she believes it’s best that parents lay down the rules with their children rather than trying to befriend them. She writes on her blog:

“I think being a parent is much harder than being a friend. And being willing to sacrifice that pitch and catch, that give and take exchange of love is really hard and really painful at times. But I’m hoping that when we look back at this phase of our life, that it will be for the right reasons and they’ll know I taught them valuable life lessons.”

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