Rebecca Romijn just says no to more babies
Is Rebecca Romijn going to add a few more kids to her family? She's pretty adamant about keeping her family to four members.
She might have been at a Baby2Baby gala, but that doesn't mean Rebecca Romijn is looking for more kids. It looks like twins Dolly and Charlie, whom she had with husband Jerry O'Connell in December 2008, is proving to be enough.
At the event, she told Us Weekly, "No, I am done having kids. Two was always the goal, and we got that and here we are."
The good thing about having twin daughters is the fact that the kids have a built-in playmate every day of the week.
Romijn shared, "They are very good friends. They are each other's best play dates. They keep each other such great company and they play so well but they also fight and it turns on a dime. I'm constantly admiring them and then breaking up fights but they are each other's best company."
O'Connell and the former supermodel have made family a priority in their household. The couple, who married in July 2007, alternate who will stay at home full-time with the girls. That means no nannies and no assistants.
"We're each other's assistants. We pick up each other's slack," said the King & Maxwell star to Redbook magazine in July. "Whoever is less busy helps the busier one: 'Can you go pick this up for me?' or 'Can you book my flight?' That's what real life is. Once you start paying somebody else to do the grunt work, who are you?"
Their household might be a bit calmer since her TNT show was just cancelled and O'Connell's CBS comedy We Are Men was dropped after two episodes. With two 4-year-olds in the house, that's enough to keep them busy.