Zuma Rossdale and his nanny went to pump gas in Sherman Oaks, Calif. on Thursday (August 23). Wearing a black bat costume – he was lifted up to place the nozzle back into place. He clearly saved the day!
Zuma just turned 4 on Tuesday and was seen with mom Gwen Stefani shopping at a party store. Superhero balloons were bought which is no surprise since he’s always sporting costumes like Spider-man and Batman.
Gwen – who is promoting the new No Doubt album Push and Shove – recently explained to Vulture why it took so long to get ready to do a new band record.
She said, “As soon as I was done with that last [solo] tour, I was done. I was like, Okay, I’m ready; I’m so ready for the No Doubt record. And then I got pregnant with Zuma [her youngest son], and it was really challenging to be pregnant and come off all the stuff I had done, and try to write. And that’s why things got really delayed; it was like, impossible. I just couldn’t do it; I had nothing left to give. And when I finally had [Zuma], we said, “Let’s just go on tour and try to get inspired.” And when we came off tour we wrote our first song.”