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Anne Heche: The 4′s Are Awful

Anne Heche Visits David Letterman

Anne Heche says the 4′s are worse than the 2′s.

The Save Me actress – who has Homer, 11, and Atlas, 4, told, “Why doesn’t anybody say that to you? Everybody says the terrible two’s! It’s so funny because people are just now saying, “Oh, no. Four. It must be awful.” I think 4′s must be the age where they decide they are going to fight you on everything. You say yes, they say no. Are girls like that, too?”

She adds that her sons are active.

“It’s exactly like they say: girls like to sit and color and they are sweet and they let you comb their hair. Boys… my boys and every other boy I know, are active, active, active. I play with them all the time. I play football, baseball… I play all these things I never thought I would play. Anything with a ball they love. Boys are cuddlers and lovers though. When you tire them out, they love to sit and cuddle their mama. That’s the blessing of boys.”

Talking about her blog Mommy Wars – she reveals, “I really enjoy it because I feel like I have connected with a community of moms. One of the most incredible things was when I wrote a blog about Attie saying, “I hate this toy,” when I went into a toy store, got him a toy and it wasn’t the toy he wanted, he had a total meltdown.

“When I wrote about it and what I was going through, all of these moms wrote back to me. I couldn’t believe it! It connected me to the community understanding that we have, and always do, have support. It’s been really cool to know that.”


Anne Heche: "I’m Very Lucky"

After a tumultuous period following her very public split from Ellen DeGeneres and her divorce from her husband Coley Laffoon, actress Anne Heche says she's found happiness in the life she's built with her fiance James Tupper and sons Homer, 8, and Atlas, 1. The 41-year-old Hung star talks to the Los Angeles Times about the ups and downs of her career and why she now chooses to be "eternally engaged."

On the impact her book Call Me Crazy: A Memoir had on her career: "I was shut out and shut down. Certainly confusion makes it difficult for people to hire people, which I've learned in retrospect. You want to have a clean mystery to embrace the characters that people want you to embrace. And to be so exposed in your personal life makes it very difficult for you to disappear into character."

On being anti-marriage: "We're eternally engaged and I say if I make it to 60, we can get married on my 60th birthday. A component of marriage is a business relationship, and I don't need to function in a business relationship in marriage. I need to be the best girlfriend I can be not only to the man I'm in love with but the father of my second child."

On her home life now: "Somebody said your home is like a reflection of your life. And this home that we have, if it can reflect what our life is to be open, to be spacious, to be in love, to be in light, to be happy, and I think this reflects who we are. To have our children be a part of our life with us, to be engaged in everything that happens, that's who we are, and that's the best place I can imagine being. I'm very lucky to be here."

Read Anne's entire interview at


Celebrity Siblings: Names With Themes

With the exciting birth announcement from Rebecca Herbst and Michael Saucedo's earlier this week, we couldn't help but notice a theme in their name choice. The happy couple went for an 'E' theme when naming all three of their children: Ethan, Ella and Emerson.

Let's take a look at some of the other celebrity-sibling-themed names. Some have the same first - and last - letter, some have the same middle name, some are named after mom and dad, while some are named after flowers!

Look through our slideshow to see some of our favorite celebrity-sibling-themed names. Which ones are your favorite? Do you have any themes in your family?


Anne Heche & Atlas Arrive

Anne Heche was carrying some very precious cargo as she touched down at LAX this afternoon: Her 9 1/2-month-old son Atlas! The jet-setting mom had a smile for the paps as she and her adorable babe made their way through the airport (January 4).

Anne, who is also mom to 7-year-old son Homer, can be seen alongside Ashton Kutcher in the new film Spread, about "a sexual drifter with a penchant for older - and richer - women."


Demi Moore upset over Ashton Kutcher bluffin with Anne Heche’s muffin


Here are the raunchy stills from Ashton Kutcher’s and Anne Heche’s upcoming movie (out in August 2010) “Spread” (in which he plays an opportunist with a penchant for wealthy and extremely horny older women) that Demi Moore tried to ban so she wouldn’t have to be reminded of her husband getting his rocks off with Celestia of The Fourth Dimension in every imaginable position (and while she was chanting ”Oh, Quiness, ah ka fota tuna dunna,” translation “Oh God, it is a good fortune to be here”).

Or maybe she just got jealous Anne could spread them like a puppet on a string without breaking her femur bone or requiring hip replacement surgery. Word has it that after seeing these stills, Demi hired Nadia Comaneci in order to perfect her vertical split.


Anne Heche & Her Cozy Cutie

Anne Heche flashed a smile with her gorgeous 9-month-old son Atlas in New York City on Monday (November 9). Atlas wore a hoodie and was wrapped up in a cozy blanket. Papa James Tupper was not spotted with the mother-son duo.

Anne also has a 7 ½-year-old son Homer with ex-husband Coley Laffoon.


Anne Heche keeps her children away from gay-healer mom


Anne Heche hasn’t introduced her sons to their grandmother – because the actress’ mum now works as a therapist who teaches how to “overcome” homosexuality…which is crazy isn’t it?

 How did this clearly demented lady get that idea from? Who ever heard of anyone, er, say a lesbian, deciding Ellen Degenere’s coochie was utterly unappetizing after several years of intimate conversations with it and that the penis would be the better man after all?

But wait, that wouldn’t be Anne Heche, that would be Celestia, the half-sibling of Christ (for those that don’t remember, in the summer of 2000, a mentally-ill and scantily-clad Heche knocked on the door of a Fresno home and said her SUV had broken down, asked to take a shower, and then made herself at home. When the cops arrived a short time later, she declared she was God and would take everyone back to heaven in her spaceship!).

Heche was sexually abused as a child by her evangelical Christian father, a closet homosexual who died of Aids in 1983. After his death, her mother Nancy joined Focus on the Family to preach against same-sex relations.

And Heche now doesn’t want her sons Atlas, five months, and Homer, seven, to meet their grandmother, who hates “anything gay”.

She explains, “My mother’s had a very tragic life. Three of her five children are dead, and her husband is dead. That she is attempting to change gay people into straight people is, in my opinion, a way to keep the pain of the truth out. People wonder why I am so forthcoming with the truths that have happened in my life, and it’s because the lies that I have been surrounded with and the denial that I was raised in, for better or worse, bore a child of truth and love.

“My mother preaches to this day the opposite of that core of my life. It is no mistake that she still stands up against love. And one wonders why I’m not rushing to have her meet my children.”