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Rosie O'Donnell Welcomes Baby Girl Dakota!

Rosie O'Donnell Welcomes Baby Girl Dakota!

Rosie O’Donnell and her wife Michelle Rounds have welcomed a new baby girl Dakota!

The 50-year-old television personality took to Twitter to announce the happy news to her fans.

“we r thrilled to announce the arrival of r daughter Dakota – #withloveandthanks – AMEN” Rosie tweeted earlier in the day, along with a pic of the new smiling family.

Baby Dakota joins Rosie‘s four other children, Parker, Chelsea, Blake and Vivienne, that she had with ex-wife Kelli Carpenter.

Congratulations to the happy family on the wonderful news!

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  • Lauren


  • Father’s Day

    Poor kid.

  • Yaddle

    As soon as the kid can walk, she should run as fast as she can away from that wlderbeast.

  • A

    Who had the baby? I mean, who gave birth to it?

  • Lori

    Congratulations! Babies are great!

  • mar

    i have the same question that A have! who gave birth to the baby?

  • Roger

    This so freaking confusing, was the newborn adopted or what? This country is going to hell in a handbasket.

  • TheDudeAbides

    Dear Rosie, I will marry you only after you lose the weight…


    I have nothing against homosexuals, but I do not agree with children..

  • Dwayne

    Considering their very real European background and the background of the kid, it’s curious why they claim to be naming it a very American name. By and for any and all purposes, that doesn’t make sense.

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