Jerry O’Connell’s “Diabolical” Twin

Stay-at-home-dad Jerry O’Connell reports that his 10-month-old twin daughters Dolly and Charlie have very different personalities.

“One is good with anything, you put her down, she’s cool with it,” the former Crossing Jordan star says. “One is just a little more demanding, and wants her way. If you have something shiny near you, she wants it and if you don’t give it to her she gets very upset. I shouldn’t say which, but one is a little more diabolical than the other one, but I like that, it shows spunk.”

With Jerry heading to law school and mom Rebecca Romijn back at work, time is a precious commodity for the couple. Jerry says that they still manage to squeeze in the odd date night, though.

“We throw the kids at their grandparents and then we’ll take off for a couple of hours and go out to dinner. Sounds pretty tame, but when you have kids, you can’t fly off to Bora Bora for a weekend. Even a quiet dinner at Chili’s away from the kids is a relief.”

It was recently reported that Jerry has another new project in the works – his parenting memoir titled Cry, Feed, (Make Love to Wife), Burp is set to hit bookshelves next year.

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  • Jane

    A parenting memoir! Is this some sort of a joke? He has been a parent for 10 months and he thinks he is an expert?!?! I don’t think so.

    So sick of hearing every little detail of their boring life!

    He and Rebecca bug me for some reason!

  • Anonymous

    I agree with you Jane, I don’t think you can write a memoir about parenting when it has not even been a year yet!

  • Jane

    He always gives us much too much info about their lives! Pathetic!
    He needs to get a job!

  • Dea

    ok, I get it if the Duggars wrote a parenting memoir or something considering how many children plus years of experience they have but 10 months being a parent just doesnt show credibility. If any Tom, jack & Harry can write a memoir, i could’ve written 2 books by now since I got 3 years of parenting skills in my pocket!

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