Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell welcomed their twin girls on December 28th.

They named one of their girls Dolly Rebecca Rose and the other Charlie Tamara Tulip.
Yes, Dolly Rose and Charlie Tulip! “I have been a Dolly fan all of my life,” Rebecca
has said. “She’s a wonderful woman. I really connect with her music. I
can’t think of a better role model for my children! She has this great,
sweet personality but she’s also strong and wise.”


Romijn

  • http://www.hollysthisandthat.com Holly

    really. celebs might as well call their kids eenie meenie miny and mo…

  • http://www.purple4mee.com Teena in Toronto

    I laughed when I heard the names 🙂

  • http://www.urbanmoms.ca/the_balancing_act/ Amreen

    it’s kind of cute except for the “tulip”!

  • http://profile.typekey.com/losingit/ Kath

    Tulip??? TULIP?!!!???!
    That is NOT normal. Poor kids. As if being born to a pair of celebrities wasn’t bad enough in itself, but to be saddled with weird names on top of it all.
    Blah. But I DO love to judge other people by their children’s names!

  • josh

    I had no idea they were together…

  • Maryann

    Ok, on the bright side, they’re pretty much NORMAL names.

  • http://profile.typekey.com/urbanmoms/ Jen

    Yikes. I just don’t get it. There are so many beautiful real names out there. And anyway, Dolly is short for Dolores…well, I guess it could have been worse.

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