Charlie Sheen settles down with twin boys

Charlie Sheen and current wifeOnce a womanizer, now a family man? Charlie Sheen and his current wife, real estate investor Brooke Mueller Sheen, welcomed twin boys on Saturday night. Max and Bob are the first children for the couple, and Sheen’s publicist, Stan Rosenfeld, describes him as “ecstatic.” The couple is adjusting very well despite the fact that the babies were born a few weeks early. The parents prepared well in advance, having elaborately decorated the babies’ nursery well before their due date. “Forget being a babies’ room. If I had a room like that growing up at any point, I would have been over the moon!” Sheen joked. Sheen grew up as the son of famed actor Martin Sheen. Charlie’s past dating roster has included Robin Wright Penn, Kelly Preston, Brittany Ashland, Brooke Allen, and former porn star Ginger Lynn Allen. He also has two young daughters, Sam and Lola, with his ex-wife Denise Richards, and an adult daughter, Cassandra, from a previous relationship. He praises his new wife, saying she is “the best stepmom Sam, Lola and Cassandra could ever hope for.”

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  1. Jo-Anne. • March 16, 2009 @ 3:38 PM

    Max and Bob??? What??? No, “Cloud” or “Papaya” or “Bounce” or……

    ha ha just kidding….happy for them

  2. Nancy • March 16, 2009 @ 6:21 PM

    They have to keep the names short so that Charlie has half a chance of remembering them because he’s always drunk! Hahaha!

  3. Justine • March 16, 2009 @ 8:08 PM

    What a total loser. Not just him, but her for thinking he’s going to be different now. Classic female mistake.

  4. mandee • March 16, 2009 @ 9:09 PM

    well, sometimes people DO change justine. man, i cant believe they named one bob !

  5. ke • March 16, 2009 @ 11:42 PM

    hahaha good one Jo-Anne! That was funny but I agree with the rest of the world, i think…why would anyone want to marry this guy? he must be seriously good in bed because i just really don’t see his appeal. and his sad ex-wife Denise Richards trying to maintain her relevance in the industry by going on dancing with the stars…she seems nice but she’s just desperate now, isn’t she? i shouldn’t talk…it must be hard being in this business.

  6. pete • March 17, 2009 @ 9:04 AM

    mandee, people DO change? really??? I don’t think many people here would agree with you. From reading all the comments about Chris Brown and other spouse abusers on here, I didn’t think it was possible! Or maybe it is just them who can’t change.

    Jo-Anne, how did you come up with those names? Is that what you named YOUR kids? haha.

  7. mandee • March 17, 2009 @ 9:58 PM

    pete, clearly someone has done something horrific to you or else you wouldnt think or act the way you are right now. yes i do believe at some point men out grow their “lets me a male whore” stage. so, i do personally believe that he has or at least CAN change. (kids usually do that to you, too bad his first 2 didnt). but, when you abuse a woman, or rape someone, or murder someone there has to be something mentally WRONG with you, so youre right. i do not believe that abusers, murderers or rapists can change because you cant just wake up one day and no longer have a mental illness. these people need help. all men go through stages where they feel the need to sleep with everyone and drink all the time. and no need to be rude about someone who was quite obviously JOKING about the names she wrote. lets not drag other peoples families into this, you wouldnt like it if we did it to you. “haha”

  8. demigod • March 18, 2009 @ 1:44 AM

    Justine, she knows what she’s getting, and she’ll never do better.

  9. pete • March 18, 2009 @ 11:57 AM

    Wow. Doesn’t anyone recognize humour, satire, or social commentary? Is everything taken so black and white?

    Contrary to what mandee thinks, Jo-Anne, please tell me that you understood I was just playing along with your joke about the names, and that I wasn’t trying “to be rude about someone who was quite obviously JOKING”.

    And Mandee, when you say such blanket comments as “men out grow their lets me a male whore stage” and “all men go through stages where they feel the need to sleep with everyone and drink all the time” it is insulting and demeaning. I am not like that and I know lots of men who aren’t like that.

  10. mandee • March 18, 2009 @ 1:39 PM

    well, its about time there are a few in the world that arent then. and next time dont accuse me of basically being a hypocrite because i do believe pretty much everyone CAN change, except the ones with mental illnesses that choose to physically hurt their wives. and if you were joking about her, then sorry. im just sick of everyone dragging peoples families into this site. its about celebrities not what our families are doing.

  11. Jo-Anne. • March 18, 2009 @ 7:58 PM

    mandee, not that I don’t appreciate your “sticking up for me” cuz I do and it was very thoughtful, I have to say to pete I was clear it was a joke.

    my own “special sense of humour” has been misunderstood many times, pete, I rely particularly heavily on sarcasm I am first to admit and the context has been completely taken out of the intended meaning…so I do understand where you were coming from.

    mandee, I also understand your situation, but to be fair, the comments on this website have gone far and beyond the storylines and the celebrities lives on more than one occasion, and stretched so far as to not even remember what the original storyline was if one were to read the remarks ha ha!

    again, thanks for your comment…

  12. mandee • March 18, 2009 @ 9:07 PM

    no problem, and i agree completely. sometimes when i get behind and i read all the comments i have to go back up and reread what the article was in the first place. and i am glad that you realized he was joking. again, its soo hard to tell online when someones trying to be funny, or trying to be rude because theres no set “tone”. 🙁

  13. pete • March 19, 2009 @ 8:46 AM

    Jo-Anne, I think we have a similar sense of humour, and I’m glad you realized I was joking along with you.

    But mandee is correct — it is difficult to tell only by words with no additional audible and visual cues.

  14. pete • March 19, 2009 @ 9:04 AM

    Oh, and by the way, I want to clarify that my first comment regarding mandee’s “people can change” comment was NOT a comment directly about mandee and whether mandee is a hypocrite or not — it was a general commentary on how some people in their comments on this site are so rigid in their beliefs, as was evident with the Chris Brown stories. People can change, and they can learn to control their behaviour. Although it may be true that once a wife beater always one, that doesn’t mean they will always do it. Just like once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic, but many have stopped drinking.

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