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The Kid-Dish: Hairspray Star Shops for Preschools, Helena Bonham Carter Studies for Motherhood

All the Jewish celebrity parent gossip you (n)ever wanted to know

– Marissa Jaret Winokur, Hairspray star and current co-host of The Talk, blogs about scouting preschools for two-year-old Zev in LA. Her plan to play the role of a “well-put together mom” backfires, resulting in blackberry fights and unnecessary lip gloss. Marissa, who has beaten cervical cancer, has also announced she would like a second surrogate child to add to the family. (People)

– Helena Bonham Carter, who comes from a long line of Jewish grandparents with complicated names, is taking parenting classes to become a better mom. The actress claims “no one taught me what to do,” so I guess heading to school is the only obvious route. Her 7-year-old Billy might be too far gone, but Nell, 2, still has a fighting chance with a better-educated mommy. (Babyrazzi)

David Arquette, who recently separated from wife Courtney Cox, has said that 6-year-old Coco is “the most positive thing in my life.” It’s hard not to feel bad for the guy–he’s split from his wife of eleven years, and he’s stuck with a daughter whose name is solely an homage to her mom’s first and last name. Talk about rubbing it in. (Celebrity Baby Scoop)

– And for those following the epic is-she/isn’t-she drama of celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe’s pregnancy, wonder no more. Zoe has confirmed, twitterly, that she is indeed pregnant. Right before the announcement, she tweeted that, “an outfit w/o jewels is no outfit at all,” so I’m pretty pumped to see what that baby will be swaddled in.

Molly TolskyMolly Tolsky is the editor of Kveller.com. She holds an MFA in Fiction Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared in various literary magazines including Lumina, MAKE, and The Collagist, and her non-fiction has appeared in The Jewish Daily Forward. She isn't a parent, but a very proud aunt. Follow her @mollytolsky.

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