After the alleged incident, a source told E! News that the 46-year-old completely alone, saying:
"James was not in the right mind for months. Mariah was in essence an abandoned woman."
[Image via Mariah Carey/Bryan Tanaka/Instagram.]
Alanis Morissette has finally found true love- her son Ever!
The precious little pill has brought immeasurable joy into the singer's life- perhaps at the cost of a few hours of shut-eye. Alanis says:
And she’s here / To remind you / Of the
mess you left when you went away potential benefits involved in attachment parenting.
Less poetic, perhaps — but effective nevertheless!!
Not shy about her Mommy methodology, Alanis Morissette pitched her case on Bethenny for breastfeeding her son Ever Imre “until he’s finished.”
Ch-Ch-Check out her explanation in the video (above)!
We spotted Alanis Morissette and husband Mario Treadway with their adorable baybay Ever Imre walking their three dogs around Brentwood, CA.
The beautiful trio were all smiles and seriously looked like they could win
We spotted Alanis Morissette and her husband Mario Treadway taking
little baby Ever Imre on a walk around their Santa Monica neighborhood on Saturday afternoon.
Ever is SO big! We're not sure how much longer he's gonna be able to fit in that baby carrier.
Alanis didn't seem to notice the extra load. The singer and her hubster were very romantic on the walk - they kept starring into each others eyes as they held hand down the sidewalk!
It's so sweet, but a little ironic for the angry singer. Don't ya think?
[Image via GSI Media.]
She's a first time mom, but Alanis Morissette thinks she's an expert on raising a person right!
Unlike "most parents" that force their own beliefs down their children's throats, Alanis does NOT want her son share her values. Nope!
The Ironic singer and her rapper husband Mario 'Souleye' Treadway want their 11-month-old son Ever to develop his own beliefs and values while still respecting hers. Which is a concept that sounds good… in theory.
Alanis shared her views on the subject in her very deep iVillage blog. She says: