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What's the deal with airplane food?
That's something Jerry Seinfeld would say, except in a much funnier way!
But at a recent event, the spotlight was on his wife Jessica Seinfeld, whose charity Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash just celebrated its 12th annual event, and it looked like a blast!
In fact - Jerry was there with his children Sascha, Shepherd, and Julian - and the funny man looked very happy to be with his fam!
Other celebrities spotted at the charity event included Molly Sims, Ali Wentworth, and Missy Rayder!
What a great day for mommies and daddies!!!
Check out more mommies, more kids, and more Jerry pictures (below) !!!
[Image via WENN.]
This is contradicting! LOLz
On Wednesday, Jerry Seinfeld's wife Jessica posted a pic of her hubby and daughter Sascha decorating a Jewish Christmas tree, and wrote:
“Jews on Christmas. And how did you celebrate today?”
In the pic (above), the couple's cute cupcake is seen placing the Star of David on top of their X-mas tree, which is HIGHlarious because we figured Jewish people didn't care for the festive pines.
But since they made it their own, and Jerry wished everyone a "happy Festivus to all," then we don't see anything wrong with that!!
Take a look-see at the Seinfeld's wonderful tree (above)!
[Image courtesy of Jessica Seinfeld's Instagram.]
In the interview, Jerry told the silver fox that he really encourages his kids to be funny. He said:
"I think it's fun to be funny, and I push it on the kids to [funny]. Be funny and don't be embarrassed. When you're acting silly it makes life more fun!"
"And we've also said that weird is good. If someone is eccentric or different and off-beat in any way that is something in our house that is celebrated."
YES!! What great parenting advice! Applaud Jerry and Jessica for their kind judgement-free outlook!
If the world had more parents like them we might have more laughs and less war.
Also we'd all be a whole lot more wealthy. LOL.
[Image via WENN.]