Ooooh! What a cutie vampire!
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale took their bundles of joy and their Pomeranian babe trick or treating at Shawn's Pumpkin Patch.
Gwen Stefani and her family were spotted going out for a nice relaxing day fishing at Troutdale ponds in el lay.
Gwen, her husband Gavin Rossdale and their two kids Zuma and Kingston seemed to be really enjoying each others' company.
They're such a cute family.
We kinda feel bad for the fishies but at least the kids are having a good time.
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This picture of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's youngest son, little Zuma, just our misunderstood hearts melt!
The 2-year-old went to visit the little goats and lambs at the farmer's market with his nanny Monday morning.
The tot was sporting a cast he got recently from a fall that broke his right arm.
We hope the animals helped Zuma fell better!
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Gwen Stefani and hubby, Gavin Rossdale, took her boys, Kingston and Zuma, to the Los Angeles Zoo on Sunday.
The 41-year-old looked about half her age as she played with Zuma, 2, and 4-year-old Kingston in the zoo's park.
Our fav No Doubt pop/rocker loves exposing her boys to animals. Last month we caught the fam playing with puppies in a pet store.
FYI: Gwen graces the cover of Elle magazine’s May 2011 issue, which features women in music! Be sure to check out her interview and spread in the mag if you haven’t seen it yet.
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Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale treated their kids to a little Sunday Funday over the weekend with a trip to the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
Awesome idea! There's no better place to do some family bonding then checking out cute animals at the zoo!
Check out more pics of Gwen, Gavin, and their kids enjoying the warm California weather at the zoo below!
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Celebs like Gavin Rossdale and Slash rolled out for the unveiling of L.A. Zoo's new "Elephants of Asia" exhibit last night.
The six-acre exhibit features three gentle pachyderm transplants from the San Diego Zoo: Tina, Jewel and 25-year-old Billy and is devoted to exploring the connection between elephants and Asian cultures.
The exhibit cost $42 million dollars to build and was accomplished thanks to protestors (like animal enthusiast Slash) last January urging the city to go forward with plans for the elephant exhibit.
We can't wait to see it!
If you live in the Los Angeles area and feel like scoping it out with family or friends, the exhibit is open daily from 10am-5pm!
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