Dean McDermott And Son Liam Grab Lunch

It looks like mama-to-be Tori Spelling is craving Subway sandwiches during her pregnancy! Her hubby Dean McDermott along with their son Liam were spotted grabbing the fast food for lunch on Tuesday afternoon near their home in Los Angeles, Calif.

I must say, Dean and Tori make super cute kids. Liam is growing up to be one heartbreaker.

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Tori Spelling Tweets Picture Of Son Liam With His Karate Certificate

How cute is this! Tori Spelling posted a picture on her Twitter account of her son Liam holding his karate certificate over the weekend. Talk about a proud mama!

The actress, who is expecting her fourth child with her husband, Dean McDermott, tweeted:

@liamsworld got his yellow belt,” she announced. “We are so proud of our Monkey!”

Way to go, Liam!

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Tori Spelling And Dean McDermott Expecting Another Baby!

Another baby is on the way for Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott!  Tori is pregnant with her fourth child, she confirmed on her personal site:

Dean, Liam, Stella, Hattie, and I are beyond thrilled to announce that another little McDermott is on the way! We feel truly blessed that another angel has found us. Love, Tori xoxo,”

This will be Tori’s fourth child and Dean’s fifth.  Dean is dad to Jack, 13, and shares Liam, 5, Stella, 3, and Hattie, 5 months, with Tori.


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Tori Spelling Ready To Talk About Religion With Her Kids

Actress and celebrity mother Tori Spelling just welcomed her third baby to the world a few months ago and now she’s ready to tackle another hurdle through motherhood: talking to her kids about their religion.

According to the mother-of-three, she said that she overheard her two older kids, Liam and Stella, talk about their religion recently and is contemplating whether or not to talk about her children about their heritage just yet. Tori writes on her ediTORIal page:

This morning I walked into the kids’ room and I heard Liam and Stella talking to each other. Liam said to Stella “you’re a Jewish” and Stella said, “No Liam, you’re a Jewish.” I walked in and said “technically you are both Jewish.”

They both asked why and I said, “because I’m Jewish,” to which Stella replied, “you’re not Jewish, you are just a mom.” I then asked them, without having a completely proper answer prepared, if they knew what being Jewish meant. They both said No. 

Tell us, when do you think is the most appropriate age to talk to children about their religion and heritage? Have you had this conversation with your kids already?

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