Thursday, July 25, 2013

Kim Fields Expecting a Baby


44 year old actress Kim Fields is expecting her second child with husband Christopher Morgan...

Kim Fields shows off her baby bump on the hot new day time talk show 'The Real', telling the ladies she and her husband had been trying to get pregnant for two years, but she was taken by surprise when it actually happened.

Kim explains,
"For a minute I thought I was getting pre-menopausal ‘cos certain things were starting to be irregular and then other symptoms started - my memory, and I was clumsier than normal which I couldn’t even believe was possible. Then our son got sick with a stomach virus and I caught it."
"Chris said, 'No, babe, you’re a little sicker than Sebastian. You need to go and get that checked out', and I said, 'Ok'. They tested me and said, 'Oh honey, you’re not dehydrated. You’re two months pregnant.'"
The episode of The Talk featuring Kim Fields airs next week.

47 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good for her! As an older mom I relate. Now that platinum hair...

Anonymous said...

That hair screams: "I Give Zero Fucks". Congrats Kim!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to her and hubby... maybe she'll have a Tootie of her own this time ;)

Anonymous said...

Nah, that hair along with her age screams : "I know I look like an old lesbian. In fact, I enjoyed a lotta of slumber parties with Blair,Jo and that day chick from the Facts of Life."

Anonymous said...

Her locks were soooo cute,beautiful & perfect in " Me and Mrs Jones" with Brian White. Whyyyyy????

Anonymous said...

Y'all are tripping. That hair is hawt. I'm glad she ditched those locs a few years ago. Those were horrible on her. I dig locs, but hers were poorly formed and maintained. Congrats on the little bun you got cookin! Here's hoping it happens for me and my hubs soon :)

Anonymous said...

Its so unfair for parents to have kids so old. Who at 60 is going to want to run after a 10 year old and take him/her to games and doing all the other stuff that kids do? These parents can also die before the kids make to adulthood.

Anonymous said...

Love the hair

Bahama Jackson said...

Why do people in their 40's who already have kids want more,IN THEIR 40'S? The kids I know who are 17-21 & parents are in their 60's REALLY hate it. Trying to have a baby at 42 :(

Anonymous said...

I was confused by some of the comments then I realized that school is out and it's Summer vacation time.ijs

Bee Gee said...

Regine in the muthafuggin house.

@Bahama - Fam I don't know, but more power to her and people like her - they'll need it. Couldn't imagine being 50-something dealing with a knucklehead 15 year old that won't do shit around the house and has no fear of catchin' an asswhoopin over it. Hellno..

Anonymous said...

Agree with the posters that state in teh 40's having kids is ridiculous! You are pretty much looking like a grandparent when the child is in their teens. Rather embarassing if you ask me. And when all growing pains begin to set in the kid is left help you're old decrept ass, from cleaning, cooking, changing you, run errands picking up meds and shit! ***throws notebook I am done!

Anonymous said...

Why are some of y'all so pressed about this woman's womb and what she decided to do with it? She probably remarried later in life and decided that she wanted to start a family with her new husband. It's not that hard to connect the dots. There are so many reasons why a woman would choose to conceive later in life - her career, lack of finding a suitable mate, infertility reasons, the list goes on. Some women feel that they are better mothers in their 40's than in their 20's because they finally feel 'settled' and ready to provide emotional and financial stability to a child. God bless her and the little one - I truly hope it is healthy and happy.

Anonymous said...

She is in her mid 40's and her career and marriage are established. She is mature enough to support the baby emotionally and financially. What's the problem? I would rather see her have a baby than the 16YO up the block. Some of y'all have it real twisted.

Anonymous said...

60 years ago ny. My great grand & grandmother & great aunt were pregnant at the same time. My Great grandmother was 41. Older moms are nothing new. Sad that people don't know and criticize children born in wedlock to parents that have the financial means to take care of them

Anonymous said...

I wish her luck with her pregnancy, may she have a healthy and happy baby!!!

Tippie Toes said...

Awwww that's beautiful!

Tippie Toes said...

LOL at folks saying when a woman should have a child and 40 is not old hun that is passe now - there are plenty of women having babies in their 40's...Whats it to ya?

Tippie Toes said...

Unfair to who you? I don't think any kid born to older parents thinks their life is unfair...some people are SPECHUL DEBBY DOWNERS

Anonymous said...

@BeeGee...LOL...you are SO right. And to the posters that see nothing wrong with having a baby in your 40's; no, there is nothing wrong with it if that's your choice. What most of us are saying is that we can't see it for ourselves. I wouldn't have minded 3 years ago, but NOW and my oldest will be 21?? I can't see it for MYSELF; now if someone else my age or older wants to start over, God Bless them.

Anonymous said...

^^Daycare in this day and age is worse than what it was back then and even moreso now because you have to watch people around your child/children.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather be born into a family of established, successful older parents than young parents in their 20s living on welfare.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of smart successful educated women will be having children well into there forties. Unfortunately they'll be having them with ex-jailbirds and various losers who haven't settled by then... The guys who werent good enough back in the day or didnt have enough $wag will be checking for 25 -32 y/o

Anonymous said...

"Their forties"

Bee Gee said...

Exactly @ 12:41pm - I have no problem with people that are parents to teenagers and young children in their 50's and 60's... I just wouldn't do shit. I wanna have my kids' college education paid off before 55 and I'd like to experience life as an O.G. ass granddaddy before I turn 75 yahurdmeh..

Anonymous said...

So happy that there are many posters who are reasonably minded people. Have children when you can or when you desire to. I had my child at 41. We have a pretty comfortable life. I have established myself to the point where I don't have to work full-time outside of the home and am able to homeschool my children. This is what I want and this is what works for my family. There are definite advantages to having children when you are young and when you are older. Ultimately, you make the best of the life you are given and focus on raising healthy, happy, productive children. Truly baffles me how people feel compelled to bash the realities of others.

Tippie Toes said...

@1:16
Agreed I personally wouldn't do it but my gf did an her daughter already graduated from college and her son was finishing up college so to each their own. The negativity is what gets to me!

Anonymous said...

I couldn't do it at that age but more power to her. I do wish she would change her hair color though because blonde is not a good look on her at all, no matter what she does with it. That hairstyle is just as fugly as those dreads were and that blonde afro. Yuk!

Anonymous said...

While it wouldnt be me, to each his/her own. Maybe ppl are so accustomed to kids having kids that her having a baby now unusual. I'm 34 & know people my age with grandkids. THat's more strange to me than Kim being pregnant again.

TrustMeOnThisOne said...

to have a child at that age seems like a good idea, but proceed with caution. as a 56 year old parent of a 15 year old, I can say that it's difficult for both; and better hope both parents stay around (health issues, etc.). The energy levels, menopause, etc. all factor in and children are forced to grow up faster than normal. At least Kim has a sibling for her child, but I'm a tell you, it ain't easy -- for you or the child. It's NOT a cakewalk by any stretch of the imagination and the demands placed on both parent and child are extremely challenging. I just thank God that I have a child with a disposition and temperament I can handle, otherwise, both of us would be in deeper trouble.

It's hard raising children at that age, period.

Anonymous said...

why don't you ask children of older parents/moms what their lives are like?

Anonymous said...

Older parents have a lot to more children in the form of wisdom and life experience, being more settled in life/comfy financially in most cases etc etc etc
People can die at any age or live to be over 100, that is all in GOD's hands as is procreation. Also people age differently, 60 is not decrepit on everybody nor is it the end of the road.

Tippie Toes said...

Was just about to say nowadays ppl seem to preserve their youth...I don't think 50 is old either...now again this isn't my life but I'm not so anti either

Bee Gee said...

No doubt Tippie, I don't consider 50 old, I just consider it too old to be talkin' bout "Unh unh, daddy gon' pank dat lil booty next time, you know better.."

Tippie Toes said...

@BEEGEE
I totally get it - I'm fly at 42 and will be even flyer @ 50... Diaper bags aint in at that age for me!

Anonymous said...

You go, girl! Congrats to Kim. The hair, well, it's certainly a different look for her. I don't like it, but to each it's own.

Anonymous said...

@12:41 Start Over? Hardly. At 37, I just gave birth to my first child. This is a new beginning and I'm so glad I waited to have kids. I can't even imagine having kids in my 20s. I waited to find the right man and until I was financially stable and I can't be more excited.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Its so unfair for parents to have kids so old. Who at 60 is going to want to run after a 10 year old and take him/her to games and doing all the other stuff that kids do? These parents can also die before the kids make to adulthood.
10:48 PM
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More and more women are deciding to have children at Kim's age. I think it has something to do with being prepared in every way possible and being ready to take on such a huge responsibility.
Health wise, more people are living longer by taking care of themselves. The gyms across the world have more people (old and young) in them than ever before, not to mention more people try to eat a lot healthier too.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it ironic that Kim & Halle got pregnant in their 40's w/o any "help"?
Most white women need some kind of fertility specialist to help them get pregnant in their 40's. This is another reason for "them" to hate US! BLACK WOMEN ROCK ON! LOL

Anonymous said...

HEY 6:07PM-this 'AIN'T THE SITE FOR THAT" WHO CARES-THAT'S SOME HOT MESS-KEEP IT MOVING! THE SISTAHS DO NOT WANT TO HEAR THIS BS!

Quiana said...

Wow you go Kim.

Anonymous said...

Her hair look like Woodstock from CharlieBrown
She still has that gorgeous face though

Anonymous said...

Blonde Do inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator or Waymon from Lowdown Dirty Shame

Anonymous said...

THE NAME OF THE SHOW IS NOT THE "THE TALK' THAT'S A TOTALLY DIFFERENT SHOW

Anonymous said...

I thought that was,that woman, China from the show LA HAIR!

Anonymous said...

I am so glad I saw some comments I could relate to cause the cements started pissing me off.... Please tell me why people are trying to be critical of older parents when half of them were raised by their grandma ?!? I'' m sure you know plenty of young mothers that are quck to drop their kids off so thycan goto the club ...These young mommas got our youth walking around here with their pants sagging , cussing loud and no respect for their elders or anyone else! Yep! I said it ... On here talking that foolishness when young girls having babies to be down with the clique!?!?

Anonymous said...

I had a second child when my first was 18 and I was 43. My baby is now 3 and I can say it's much better this time. We are more financially stable, we don't have to work those long hours anymore as we are established in our careers, our quality of life has improved tremendously since our first was born. Good luck Kim, to you and your husband.

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