Miranda Kerr On Flynn’s Happy (& Healthy!) 1st Birthday

Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom‘s son Flynn recently marked a very important milestone: His first birthday! The always adorable tot celebrated the big day with friends, family and, of course, cake.

“I made [a cake],” the model mama tells US magazine. “He put his face in the cake! It was the first cake he’d ever seen, ever tasted. It was a gluten free cake and organic of course. Yeah, it was a healthy kickstart to his first birthday.”

Flynn, who Miranda says is “almost walking,” also had a blast with his birthday balloons: “There were a lot of balloons and we actually had a balloon man come out. He likes balloons, so that was a lot of fun.”

His first birthday has come and gone, but there are plenty more milestones ahead for Flynn.

“Every day he’s doing something different,” gushes his adoring mom.

Filed under: Miranda Kerr

Photo credit: Pacific Coast News

  • Anonymous

    Gluten free does not equal healthy…

    • Andrea

      THANK YOU. It really does not. I adore Miranda but sometimes she gets a little too Gisele-esque for me. Aka she always has to know best and most.

      • Anonymous

        The issue isn’t her, it’s you. When someone tells you what they think is best for their kids, it wouldn’t bother you unless it somehow made you feel inferior. Be secure in your decisions about your kids and their diets, and nothing anyone says will ever bother you.

  • Anonymous

    It also doesn’t mean it WASN’T healthy. Should she provide a full list of ingredients for you to assess?

    • Anonymous

      What’s with all the negativity?? All the OP said was that gluten-free food is not per se healthy so there is no point in mentioning it, really.

  • Daniella

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with wanting your children to eat organic, but I don’t get the gluten-free thing. My aunt has Celiac disease, which of course means she can’t have gluten in her diet, but I don’t understand how gluten is bad for you under normal circumstances. No one else in our family eats gluten-free food since the doctors recommended against it for anyone without Celiac disease. Are there any confirmed benefits to the diet (aside from if you have an allergy)?

    • Anonymous

      No, there aren’t any benefits. It’s like staying away from peanuts even when you don’t have a peanut allergy. If that’s what floats your boat then fine, but don’t kid yourself that it’s any healthier.

      Actually, organic food isn’t healthier in and of itself either. Organic sugar is still sugar and organic cream is still cream, and it’s going to have the same effect on your body regardless of its origin.

      • jacquie109

        Actually, truly organic food, meaning grown without pesticides, is better for you. The pesiticides they spray on and around fruits and veggies grows directly into them, and the growth hormones they inject into aminals are not good for us to consume either. Cancer and early childhood development are just 2 of the main reasons that organic is better.

    • Anonymous

      Gluten effects your body in more ways than just Celiacs. Try going without it for a few weeks and you will be amazed.

  • Anonymous

    Wow… she looks a lot like Cameron Diaz in this photo

  • Anonymous

    I find her so very annoying.

  • Tracy

    There’s a sceert about your post. ICTYBTIHTKY

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