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SPOTTED: Garcelle Beauvais' Mommy's Day Out With Jax & Jaid

Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon and her twin sons Jax and Jaid were spotted out and about at the market in L.A. this weekend looking all kinds of cute. Somebody's not feeling the paprazzi already... More cute pics when you read the rest... Awww.  Too precious.  Mommy and me time is always fun to watch...
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[quote comment="410481"]LOL

[quote comment="410481"]LOL at ALL the comments. Garcelle is pretty, the kids are cute. I've seen two dark skin black people have light skinned babies, so I gonna keep my mouth shut on that one. Haitian aint no mix people, they are mostly black 95% or so of the population[/quote] Thank you! Haitian are not hardly mixed. They mixed with Black and African.
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[quote comment="408471"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Co-Sign[/quote] Not true. Haitian tend to be more African than even any Black American so the kids just happen to take their featues from their father.
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LOL at ALL the comments.

LOL at ALL the comments. Garcelle is pretty, the kids are cute. I've seen two dark skin black people have light skinned babies, so I gonna keep my mouth shut on that one. Haitian aint no mix people, they are mostly black 95% or so of the population
Jedinha's picture

those babies are too cute

those babies are too cute =)....nuff said
malayah_jhene's picture

Girrrrrrllll BYE!!!! Those

Girrrrrrllll BYE!!!! Those children are NOT Garcelle's. Goodnight.
BullCityBaby's picture

I have a white boyfriend I

I have a white boyfriend I love and we want to be married and have a kid someday. But I hope the kids look more like me because that makes me sad to think that i cant see myself in my own kids
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[quote comment="409358"]If

[quote comment="409358"]If these were michael jacksons kids you people would be ripping him to shreads but she gets a pass?[/quote] I'm confused. What "pass" is it that she's getting?
Southern Queen Dee *THE FUTURE MRS. ANDERSON*'s picture

If these were michael

If these were michael jacksons kids you people would be ripping him to shreads but she gets a pass?
kelly's picture

They are soooooooooo CUTE!!!

They are soooooooooo CUTE!!! looking at these kids i want two right now lol!!
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[quote comment="408998"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] So true...my daughter is mixed and some kid told another kid at her school to NOT play with her because they would get "black people germs". To which my daughter replied all confused, "I'm not black". The kid said, "YES you are...look in the mirror" and she looked at her arm and said, "I'm NOT BLACK, I'm CREAMY BROWN!!!" Its just funny cause we don't talk about color (as a race) too much in our house. She was literally confused as to why he was calling her black. I was LMAO when I heard this story. I guess the sad part is that some parents are out there teaching their kids about "black people germs". My daughter is so independent I don't think it hurt her as much as it confused her. I still bust out laughing when I think about it though. Kids don't know race, just colors...ha ha. Creamy brown...lmao.[/quote] This is too cute on your daughter's part. I'm glad she didn't understand the hate those white kids were spewing at her and defended herself with "I'm not black, I'm creamy brown". Too adorable.
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[quote comment="408998"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] So true...my daughter is mixed and some kid told another kid at her school to NOT play with her because they would get "black people germs". To which my daughter replied all confused, "I'm not black". The kid said, "YES you are...look in the mirror" and she looked at her arm and said, "I'm NOT BLACK, I'm CREAMY BROWN!!!" Its just funny cause we don't talk about color (as a race) too much in our house. She was literally confused as to why he was calling her black. I was LMAO when I heard this story. I guess the sad part is that some parents are out there teaching their kids about "black people germs". My daughter is so independent I don't think it hurt her as much as it confused her. I still bust out laughing when I think about it though. Kids don't know race, just colors...ha ha. Creamy brown...lmao.[/quote] Did forget to mention that when we told her dad this story he said, "YES YOU ARE BLACK...Why you think you run so fast??". I guess we still like to perpetuate SOME stereotypes..lol. I wish we could just laugh about some of this stuff a little more.
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[quote comment="408466"]To

[quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] So true...my daughter is mixed and some kid told another kid at her school to NOT play with her because they would get "black people germs". To which my daughter replied all confused, "I'm not black". The kid said, "YES you are...look in the mirror" and she looked at her arm and said, "I'm NOT BLACK, I'm CREAMY BROWN!!!" Its just funny cause we don't talk about color (as a race) too much in our house. She was literally confused as to why he was calling her black. I was LMAO when I heard this story. I guess the sad part is that some parents are out there teaching their kids about "black people germs". My daughter is so independent I don't think it hurt her as much as it confused her. I still bust out laughing when I think about it though. Kids don't know race, just colors...ha ha. Creamy brown...lmao.
Jeannie's picture

beautiful family...enough

beautiful family...enough said..no need for references or differentiation of their color.
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[quote comment="408533"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Oh pleease! Girl take that "We Are The World" crap somewhere else! SMH[/quote] OMG!!!! She is a black women. Her husband is a white man. The kids get their complexxion, hair and everything else from their dad. Stop with all that bull crap about her being mixed. Her older son is BLACK just like her ans she is proud of her BLACK heritage. EVERYONE has a lil something in them BUt it doesn't make them mixed.
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kids are cute but look white.

kids are cute but look white. I would feel a lil emabarrased if my kids looked NOTHING like me. It looks like she is babysitting.
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[quote comment="408576"][quote comment="408506"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Girl PLEASE! Them kids ain't get that from Garcelle. Let's not play that game. They daddy is white nuff said. And as far as Haitians being all mixed up and stuff, I beg to differ. Yes all blacks can have a strain of something in them, but Haitians are mainly AFRICAN/Black. Like many of the Caribbean islands, most of the lighter/fair-skinned people are from the upper class.[/quote] In the Caribbean/West Indies (where I'm from), black folks from every island has African origin but not all light/fair-skinned folks are from upper class. Let's not perpetuate that stereotype but in Haiti it may be that as that island has loads of economic issues. I live in South FL and most of the Haitians I see (we have a lot) are very dark and look like Africans. Haitians are not that far removed from Africa as they were the first island to gain independence which means there was probably limited mixing going on. I do know light skinned Haitians that I went to school with and they will tell you that they would not mix with the lower class/dark skinned people as they don't want to poison/damage their color line which is ignorance at best but other races think that way as well. I have also noticed a trend here that when Haitians are ashamed of being Haitian, they claim they're from the Bahamas or their neighboring island Dominican Republic. Some even go as far as saying they are from the French islands like Guadeloupe or Martinique but you can tell they're lying as they don't know anything about the islands. Its sad but this is what people do. Now as far as Garcelle's kids getting whatever color from her, its possible but I beg to differ because their father is white so most of that came from him period![/quote] Haiti was not givin their independence they TOOK it. Kicked them French bastards OUT.
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They're too cute. Are they

They're too cute. Are they identical twins because you can definitely tell the differnce (physically) between the two? Sidebar: Am I the only one who thinks they favor Solo's son Daniel with lighter hair and darker eyes?
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[quote comment="408584"][quote comment="408477"]Honestly I wouldn't want my kids to have blonde hair[/quote] why not?[/quote] I prefer black hair color
Tealeaf's picture

White women want black babies

White women want black babies from Africa and black women want white babies, damn shame!
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Ok. For the couple of

Ok. For the couple of ignorant responses to my earlier post...this is exactly what I am talking about. Why are black people (and I am referring to all people of color including my island folks) so hung up on color? That is just sad. These are supposed to nice candid shots of a mother with her children yet it turns into some light bright versus dark debate. Basically, I whether the children's genes mixed with hers and her caucasian husband to make them light or if they are just light because of her husband...it really doesn't matter. THEY ARE HER CHILDREN. So please stop being so hung up on color. It is a dang on shame that not only do people of color have to face racism from other cultures but we have to face from inside of our own dang on culture. It is pathetic and ridiculous.
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Adorable!

Adorable!
Ciara - Never Ever : Available on iTunes Feb 3rd!'s picture

Those boys are cutie. I am

Those boys are cutie. I am happy for Garcelle. Mike Nilon is a successful agent with CAA pulling in about $3 mil a year. He can provide a lifestyle for her and her children which is what a man is supposed to do. His race is a non-issue for me. If black men can justify their "preferences" for dating nonblack women then her choice should be respected as well. He's not out there publicly humiliating her with his womanizing like a lot of these so-called good men. She looks happy and so do her boys.
Blackout's picture

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[quote comment="408602"][quote comment="408545"]My two cents...... Black people have more issues with our color than other races do. I am dark-skinned...my husband is light-skinned and my boys are lighter than him. Lately, my sons have gotten it into their heads that light and white are the prettiest. My youngest son looks at little black girls and is always saying how ugly they are...simply because they're black. I have a real problem with this since I, his mother, am also dark. When I ask him is mommy ugly, he says, no, but you're my mommy. I don't know if it's tv or school or what, but I find myself constantly having to defend darker skin to my children. That's damn ridiculous.[/quote] Teaching your sons that dark or brown-skinned black women are beautiful too has to come from your husband. Kids tend to emulate the things that we do as parents. If our black men (as fathers) would encourage our sons to see the beauty in all shades of black women, then we will see many more young black men having more respect for young black women.[/quote] I completely agree. And he does talk to them as well.
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TASHA PUT THE BURGERS

TASHA PUT THE BURGERS DOWN...LUNCH TIME IS OVER!!!!I left for an hour and this post is still up????
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[quote comment="408545"]My

[quote comment="408545"]My two cents...... Black people have more issues with our color than other races do. I am dark-skinned...my husband is light-skinned and my boys are lighter than him. Lately, my sons have gotten it into their heads that light and white are the prettiest. My youngest son looks at little black girls and is always saying how ugly they are...simply because they're black. I have a real problem with this since I, his mother, am also dark. When I ask him is mommy ugly, he says, no, but you're my mommy. I don't know if it's tv or school or what, but I find myself constantly having to defend darker skin to my children. That's damn ridiculous.[/quote] Teaching your sons that dark or brown-skinned black women are beautiful too has to come from your husband. Kids tend to emulate the things that we do as parents. If our black men (as fathers) would encourage our sons to see the beauty in all shades of black women, then we will see many more young black men having more respect for young black women.
Dejer's picture

[quote comment="408437"]TOO

[quote comment="408437"]TOO CRUTE!! I really hope she teaches them babies her native language; Kreyol. It would be a shame if she didn't pass along her culture[/quote] She probably does, her husband in French too so I bet they know it lol
Honeybee's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408477"]Honestly I wouldn't want my kids to have blonde hair[/quote] why not?
Honeybee's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408506"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Girl PLEASE! Them kids ain't get that from Garcelle. Let's not play that game. They daddy is white nuff said. And as far as Haitians being all mixed up and stuff, I beg to differ. Yes all blacks can have a strain of something in them, but Haitians are mainly AFRICAN/Black. Like many of the Caribbean islands, most of the lighter/fair-skinned people are from the upper class.[/quote] I agree, Most of the Haitians I have known were not mixed even though some of them were. My family is west indian and what you say is true. A lot of the mixed people tend to be from the upper class. It's sad that this is still the case in the west indies and America.
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[quote

[quote comment="408506"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Girl PLEASE! Them kids ain't get that from Garcelle. Let's not play that game. They daddy is white nuff said. And as far as Haitians being all mixed up and stuff, I beg to differ. Yes all blacks can have a strain of something in them, but Haitians are mainly AFRICAN/Black. Like many of the Caribbean islands, most of the lighter/fair-skinned people are from the upper class.[/quote] In the Caribbean/West Indies (where I'm from), black folks from every island has African origin but not all light/fair-skinned folks are from upper class. Let's not perpetuate that stereotype but in Haiti it may be that as that island has loads of economic issues. I live in South FL and most of the Haitians I see (we have a lot) are very dark and look like Africans. Haitians are not that far removed from Africa as they were the first island to gain independence which means there was probably limited mixing going on. I do know light skinned Haitians that I went to school with and they will tell you that they would not mix with the lower class/dark skinned people as they don't want to poison/damage their color line which is ignorance at best but other races think that way as well. I have also noticed a trend here that when Haitians are ashamed of being Haitian, they claim they're from the Bahamas or their neighboring island Dominican Republic. Some even go as far as saying they are from the French islands like Guadeloupe or Martinique but you can tell they're lying as they don't know anything about the islands. Its sad but this is what people do. Now as far as Garcelle's kids getting whatever color from her, its possible but I beg to differ because their father is white so most of that came from him period!
Ava's picture

Is that a baby bump????

Is that a baby bump????
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[quote comment="408514"][quote comment="408496"][quote comment="408493"][quote comment="408485"][quote comment="408482"][quote comment="408481"][quote comment="408474"]dang do y'all kno what she ate for dinner last night too? lol at all the older son responses[/quote] pepper steak LOL[/quote] and mixed vegetables...[/quote] lol i am what celebs do why else would we be here duh?[/quote] too funny[/quote] ok y am i just now seeing your gravi[/quote] hotfox, why has your peen strike been extended to February? What in the world is going on over there????[/quote] nothing thats the problem
hotfox "on peen strike !!!" extended now though the month of's picture

[quote comment="408549"]I'm

[quote comment="408549"]I'm really happy for Garcelle, and It would be impossible for me to care any less than I do right now what friggin "color" her kids are. Geez............lol[/quote] LOL. Right.
Summerbaby8's picture

I'm really happy for

I'm really happy for Garcelle, and It would be impossible for me to care any less than I do right now what friggin "color" her kids are. Geez............lol
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My two cents...... Black

My two cents...... Black people have more issues with our color than other races do. I am dark-skinned...my husband is light-skinned and my boys are lighter than him. Lately, my sons have gotten it into their heads that light and white are the prettiest. My youngest son looks at little black girls and is always saying how ugly they are...simply because they're black. I have a real problem with this since I, his mother, am also dark. When I ask him is mommy ugly, he says, no, but you're my mommy. I don't know if it's tv or school or what, but I find myself constantly having to defend darker skin to my children. That's damn ridiculous.
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[quote comment="408466"]To

[quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Oh pleease! Girl take that "We Are The World" crap somewhere else! SMH
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[quote comment="408511"][quote comment="408498"][quote comment="408471"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Co-Sign[/quote] Co-Co-Sign! Lol. I am Haitian and all of my mom's children range in color from light skin to dark skin and we all have the same daddy. So it's common to see kids of Haitian heritage to look like that.[/quote] Not just Haitian...that's in general people can be mixed. It happens EVERYWHERE!!!![/quote] Co-sign Love...
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[quote

[quote comment="408496"][quote comment="408493"][quote comment="408485"][quote comment="408482"][quote comment="408481"][quote comment="408474"]dang do y'all kno what she ate for dinner last night too? lol at all the older son responses[/quote] pepper steak LOL[/quote] and mixed vegetables...[/quote] lol i am what celebs do why else would we be here duh?[/quote] too funny[/quote] ok y am i just now seeing your gravi[/quote] hotfox, why has your peen strike been extended to February? What in the world is going on over there????
Christin~Jesus/Barack/Bey Stan #0.174848484~fighting the fee's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408498"][quote comment="408471"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Co-Sign[/quote] Co-Co-Sign! Lol. I am Haitian and all of my mom's children range in color from light skin to dark skin and we all have the same daddy. So it's common to see kids of Haitian heritage to look like that.[/quote] Not just Haitian...that's in general people can be mixed. It happens EVERYWHERE!!!!
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Soooooooo cute :D I see how

Soooooooo cute :D I see how she lost most of that pregnancy weight running behind and carrying those 2 around. Still cute :)
Ava's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408497"]Awwww!! Those babies just made me cry!!!! I want a baby, preferably a cute one[/quote] lol...well, I believe you will have a cute one! The cute baby fairy has sprinkled you with cute baby dust ;) *sprinkle, sprinkle*
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She is forever young! Simply

She is forever young! Simply beautiful!
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[quote comment="408466"]To

[quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Girl PLEASE! Them kids ain't get that from Garcelle. Let's not play that game. They daddy is white nuff said. And as far as Haitians being all mixed up and stuff, I beg to differ. Yes all blacks can have a strain of something in them, but Haitians are mainly AFRICAN/Black. Like many of the Caribbean islands, most of the lighter/fair-skinned people are from the upper class.
Whoa! Mad this warm weather will be gone by tonight!'s picture

[quote

[quote comment="408498"][quote comment="408471"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Co-Sign[/quote] Co-Co-Sign! Lol. I am Haitian and all of my mom's children range in color from light skin to dark skin and we all have the same daddy. So it's common to see kids of Haitian heritage to look like that.[/quote] Its common to see Black people in general range in color.
♥Ms. Toya♥ ~Intelligent fools, PhD's in illusion, Master's o's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408497"]Awwww!! Those babies just made me cry!!!! I want a baby, preferably a cute one[/quote] LOL, you are a mess
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[quote comment="408491"]ok i

[quote comment="408491"]ok i got it together...now im really going to lunch[/quote] so early?? damn I could never take an early lunch!!
loveislove~OBAMA STAN #INFINITY~AKA MRS. WEST ((SAYIN SO GLA's picture

[quote

[quote comment="408471"][quote comment="408466"]To the people who continue to make comments about the children's color...please let it go. Garcelle is Haitian...and Haitians are a mix of all types of people so it is really no surpise that the children came out so light. But the real issue at hand is that it doesn't matter. I bet you neither of her sons obsesses about her color versus theirs...but I am sure by the time they finish pre-school their minds would have been poisoned by a bunch of color-struck people who make an issue of it.[/quote] Co-Sign[/quote] Co-Co-Sign! Lol. I am Haitian and all of my mom's children range in color from light skin to dark skin and we all have the same daddy. So it's common to see kids of Haitian heritage to look like that.
Lola-Diana's picture

Awwww!! Those babies just

Awwww!! Those babies just made me cry!!!! I want a baby, preferably a cute one
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[quote

[quote comment="408493"][quote comment="408485"][quote comment="408482"][quote comment="408481"][quote comment="408474"]dang do y'all kno what she ate for dinner last night too? lol at all the older son responses[/quote] pepper steak LOL[/quote] and mixed vegetables...[/quote] lol i am what celebs do why else would we be here duh?[/quote] too funny[/quote] ok y am i just now seeing your gravi
hotfox "on peen strike !!!" extended now though the month of's picture

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[quote comment="408492"][quote comment="408489"][quote comment="408449"][quote comment="408438"]I remember somebody in the grocery store got upset when a friend of my chastised her kids. The kids are mixed and she's dark skinned and they didn't believe the kids were hers![/quote] y do people do that, that makes me so mad i have the same prob my daughter is as close to white in color as can be without being albino but i am as dark as an african night with an eclipse and her dad is black to[/quote] how the hell??? lol[/quote] somewhere down the line i mean wayyyyyyyyyy down the line thomas jefferson was out there messin around[/quote] :lol: i guess huh
Japeppa's picture

[quote comment="408414"]Cute

[quote comment="408414"]Cute sweater. FIRST![/quote] That sweater is cute. And those little munchkins are even cuter!
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