Tori Spelling Shares Halloween Plans

10/16/2008 at 01:30 PM ET
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Fans of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott can almost certainly guess by now what the couple’s 4-month-old daughter Stella Doreen will be dressed as on her very first Halloween…that’s right, a ladybug! Tori shares the news about Stella, whose nickname is "little ladybug," in a new blog entry for Oxygen, which broadcasts her hit reality tv show Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. As for Stella’s big brother, 19-month-old Liam Aaron, there are still options aplenty in the costume department. "He loves the animated movie ‘The Bee Movie,’ so he might be a bee," Tori, 35, writes. "Or, he might be a dinosaur — he’s obsessed with them but calls them horses!" If Liam is in need of a pre-trick-or-treat snack, Tori has it covered. "After we carve our pumpkins, I love to roast the pumpkin seeds," she explains. "Makes a healthy and tasty treat for kids!"

After her last blog entry, a fan asked Tori how she and Dean keep the spark alive in their relationship with two small children on the scene. Tori replies that "kids don’t have to stop you from being romantic and amorous with your partner" and said she feels that "PDA (Public Display of Affection) is very healthy for your children to see…within reason!" 

"So, all day long we squeeze in hugs and kisses. It’s important for children to see how in love their parents are."

In addition to Liam and Stella, Dean is dad to Jack Montgomery, his 10-year-old son from a previous marriage.

Source: Tori Spelling’s Blog for Oxygen

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OnyxJones on

I miss Dean & Tori’s show. I can’t wait for the next season. I totally think Tori’s right about kids seeing their parents express love. I’m glad Tori found her match in Dean.

brooke on

I love this family

Kat on

Tori is doing a good job planning, but should be aware that pumpkin seeds, while delicious when roasted and definitely healthy can be too small and hard to chew for a child under 3.

She needs to at least watch him carefully, but I would advise waiting until 2.5-3 before even offering this treat, as it is all too well a choking hazard.

mmh on

Those last two paragraphs are a little heartbreaking. Although yes, Stella and Liam get to see how in love their parents are, Jack does not… I don’t mean to stir anything up; it’s just that their juxtaposition in the article made me a little sad for Jack…

ang on

yeah,yeah, there are kids in broken families, with 1 or both parents dead(including myself) or missing all over the world. such is life.dean does the best job he can with jack-calls him every day,jack visits them every chance he can,his ex moved them back to canada,what’s he supposed to do? the divorce was bad,but it was THREE YEARS AGO. at least jack can see how in love his dad is. better than watching his parents fight for the next 10yrs.maybe his mom will 1 day meet someone else too.marriage is a gamble and so far,tori & dean seem to be doing great,and that’s all that matters to me.there are worse people in the world than these two.

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