Lindsay Sloane Welcomes First Child: Daughter Maxwell Lue

It’s a girl for Lindsay Sloane and husband Dar Rollins!

The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Maxwell Lue, on January 19, PEOPLE reports. “We thought we knew what love was until we met her,” the proud new parents said.

Sloane is known for her appearances on Weeds, Horrible Bosses and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She wed Rollins in 2004.

Congratulations to the Sloane-Rollins family!

Filed under: Births,Lindsay Sloane

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

  • Andrea

    Maxwell for a girl? my brothers name is Maxwell

  • Anonymous

    Congrats to them!

    … but boy is that an AWFUL name for a daughter.

  • Anonymous

    I thought Lue as a weird middle name for a boy until I read this and now I think Maxwell is a ridiculous name for a girl.

  • Arabella

    Maxwell is a boy name. I don’t understand why parents give their daughter a boy name like Logan.We hardly see little boys with girls name like Sophia.I find that totally weird.

  • Solene

    I actually like it, I think it flows really well! But again, I like boy names for girls, so I’m biased!

  • Simone

    Cute Name!
    Congrats to Lindsay & Dar.

  • Eva

    I have actually not heard of either of them, but do you honestly think they care a fig for your opinion of their daughter’s name??? Yea, me neither!

  • Lily

    The dress is cuter than the name!

  • SMH

    Hollyweird ….. The land where celebrities dress their boys like girls, their girls like boys and give them awful names!!!

  • Anonymous9

    She is going to have to explain that name to every single new person she meets for the next 90 years. How many times do you think she will hear “Oh, I thought you were a man” in her lifetime?

    Not a really nice gift to give your kid.

  • Anonymous

    For those of you who think your opinion actually matters (guess what, it doesn’t), there are very good reasons for giving girls male or unisex names. The sad fact is, there is sexism in this country. There have been actual studies that women with male-sounding names are more successful than those with female-sounding names, because of other people’s inherent (often unconscious) prejudices against women. It affects how women are viewed in high-profile careers, and women with masculine names are viewed more favorably. It’s sad but true that giving your daughter a masculine name may well help her in the future.

    • NYC Mommy

      Very interesting comment and most likely very true BUT How about a simpler reason… it is a family name. many people name child after family surname to keep name going or as respect or rememberance to their heritage…

  • anonymous

    there are plenty of names that were ‘boys’ names in the last century that are ‘girl’ names now and vice versa….open your minds people. who’s to say it’s a boys name? because you’ve never heard it for a girl?

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