Gwen Stefani and Her Boys Park It at the Playground

03/30/2009 at 09:30 AM ET

Look at him go! Zuma Nesta Rock, 7 months, got a push and a smile from mom Gwen Stefani at Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills on Sunday. The happy little guy enjoyed some solo time before big brother Kingston James McGregor, 2 ½, joined him in the swing. Dad Gavin Rossdale was on hand to videotape the afternoon outing.


Bret Thompsett/Pacific Coast News

Click below for pics of Kingston swinging like a pro and Gwen and Zuma resting on a bench.


Bret Thompsett/Pacific Coast News

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Emily on

Kingston looks so big and grown-up! All of them are just adorable.

T on

Oh King is SO BIG! And is as handsome as they come! Man is he going to be a heartbreaker or what?

Blackrose on

Beautiful beautiful boys!! Gwen is blessed!

Audrey on

They are Just ADORABLE!!

Mia on

So cute🙂

Lou on

Kingston does look huge doesn’t he! (in length that is lol)
Zooms is such a lil cutie, there are more pics on Just Jared, along with a few quotes saying they might not have any more children…nooooooo!! i need to see a baby girl gwen! lol x

Linda on

That is so endearing! I need to bring my children to the park and put my toddler in a swing.

Cari on

I absolutely love Zuma’s “baby duck” tuft of hair. It reminds me of my son at that age. He was a towhead too. Too cute!

Lis on

Haha, Lou! I agree! I want to see a mini-Gwen!!!!! 😀

kp on

gwen’s kids are absolutely gorgeous! figures.. both she and gavin are HOT.

Shannon on

King and Zooms are just too cute for words…and yes, I would love to see a mini-Gwen!

CelebBabyLover on

Shannon- There already IS a mini-Gwen. His name is Zuma Nesta Rock! Zuma looks a lot like Gwen, just as Kingston looks a lot like Gavin.

CelebBabyLover on

Oh, and I apologize if I sounded defensive. It’s just that I don’t get why a “mini-me” has to be the same gender as the parent they’re a “mini-me” of! For example, I basically look like a female version of my dad. When we were little, it would have been much more accurate to call ME my dad’s “mini-me”, than my brother (who looks almost nothing like our dad!).

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