Ella Gordon Lets the Sunshine In

08/29/2008 at 12:00 PM ET
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NASCAR racer Jeff Gordon held on to his girls — wife Ingrid Vandebosch, 38, and daughter Ella Sofia, 14 months — while leaving the Ivy Restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Jeff, 37, recently revealed that Ella has been teething lately. Wonder what she ate for lunch?!

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Michelle on

What does Jeff mean by Ella just started teething? Don’t they start around 6 months?

Natasha on

Is Ingrid pregnant again? That looks a lot like a baby bump!

amy on

Teething is like a head of hair or walking, every baby is different. We have a photography studio and have had 1 year olds that don’t stand on their own, some that don’t have any teeth, and some as bald as you can imagine! All cute as can be!

~ Beth ~ on

To Michelle: it says that she’s been teething lately, not just starting. Maybe she is getting a couple of new ones & they are bothering her. My girls are a year old & have 6 teeth each, but are each working on a new one.

I love Jeff & Ingrid! I would love to see them with more children because Ella is a cutie!

KellyC on

I also think she is carrying Ella high, to keep pressure off the “baby bump.” Maybe she is pg again.

Stephany on

She is so adorable!

Kelly on

What a good-looking family!

Jennifer on

Ella is such a cutie!🙂

M.Green on

Where can we get those sandals Ingrid is wearing???

Kait on

It’s so adorable that she’s looking right at the camera, she is such a cutie! And I honestly think the dress is misleading, but if not I’d still be offended if people were speculating a pregnancy and it is neither confirmed or true as far as we know. Poor celebrities have to deal with that in the lime light and if she’s not pregnant I’d feel so sorry for anyone who thought she was.

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