Family Photo: The Robinson-Peete’s Charity Clinch

08/16/2012 at 01:00 PM ET

Gang’s all here! Holly Robinson Peete, husband Rodney Peete and their children — twins Rodney Jr. and Ryan, 14, as well as Robinson, 10, and Roman, 7½ — attend The Hollyrod Foundation‘s Third Annual My Brother Charlie Family Fun Festival, held Sunday in Culver City, Calif.

The event’s proceeds support the couple’s Hollyrod Foundation, dedicated to providing help and hope to families living with autism and Parkinson’s disease.

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Shannyn on

Unfortunately when it comes to giving your child names of the opposite sex, when one is reading the name and not seeing the face, the person is assumed to be that of a boy or girl, as I thought she had 4 boys, not 2 sons and 2 daughters.

Xan on

I think Ryan is her only daughter…

roorroo on

I love this family.

cheryl on

Shannyn,, I think you misread the article. They only have one girl, Ryan. Ryan is a unisex name, i.e., Sometimes, it helps to thinks out the box.

J on

Cheryl, please don’t scold others when you can’t even form a sentence…lol!

sheri on

LOL says the woman with a unisex name – I love male names for females! They are strong and powerful which I think encompasses everything a female should be! I suppose she could have named her something ridiculous such as Lola, Coco or Apple so that she wouldn’t confuse you Shannyn! LOL hopefully she takes note of your distaste for the name so she can pick more wisely next time around.

In any event, gorgeous family they look super happy!

JessicaB on

aww, happy, good looking family. my oldest is the same age as rodney, and also has autism. a very different path for families with children who are on the autism spectrum. i really admire them for all the charity work they do.

Elena on

Oh, it looks great family!