Celebrities Due in March 2012

By JustMommies

By the end of the month, spring will be here, along with warm temps, sunshiney days, and lots of celebrity baby boys.  Most of the celebrities due this month will be seeing blue.  There’s only one couple that’s not telling.  We’ll find out soon enough if the Willis family follows the boy trend.  See all the celebrities that are expecting in March.

Jared Padalecki and Genevieve Cortese
Supernatural star Jared Padelecki and his wife Genevieve Cortese are expecting their first child, a baby boy, in March.  The couple wants to meet their son before picking his name.  Padelecki told Tonic.com, “We've thrown around countless names, probably every one in the books, and a few that we kinda made up, but we both agree that we'd like to meet our child before we decide on a name.”

Jeremy Sisto and Addie Lane
There’s a baby boy on the way for Jeremy Sisto and his wife Addie Lane.  This will be the couple’s second child.  Baby brother will join sister Charlie-Ballerina, 2.

Bruce Willis and Emma Hemming
Bruce Willis, 56, and his wife Emma Hemming, 35, are expecting their first child together.  No word yet on the baby’s gender.  Willis has three grown children, Rumer, 23, Scout, 20, and Tallulah, 18 with ex-wife Demi Moore. 

Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie
And, if there weren’t enough celebrity boys due in March, here’s one more.  Newlyweds Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie are due to have their first baby soon.  The actress’ instincts about the baby’s gender was right on.  She told Ellen Degeneres, “I had a feeling it was a boy the whole time.” 

Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney
Always Sunny stars Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney are due with their second child, another boy, this March.  The couple has a son Axel, 18 months, who was born at the couple’s California home in 2010.   The actress opened up about her feelings on having a home birth with Best for Babes, saying, “I decided on a home birth because I believe that as long as a pregnancy is normal and complication-free, your body knows what to do and does not need medical intervention.”

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