Allison Bridges and Chris Robinson’s Baby Girl is born!

January 1, 2010

The Black Crowes lead singer and the ex-husband of Kate Hudson, Chris Robinson, is now the father for a second time. Robinson’s wife Allison Bridges gave birth to a baby girl Cheyenne Genevieve on December 26th, 2009. Read more about Allison Bridges and Chris Robinson’s baby girl here.

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Allison Bridges and Chris Robinson’s baby girl was born on December 26th, 2009. Quite honestly, I had forgotten that Robinson had even gotten married. So to hear of this baby news was a pretty big shock to me. But, good for him! If his ex Kate Hudson can’t be happy, golly gee Robinson should be!

Robinson’s rep confirmed the baby news with the release of this statement, “Chris Robinson and his new wife, Allison Bridges, have a healthy and beautiful baby girl. Cheyenne Genevieve Robinson, 6 lbs., 3 oz., was born on December 26, 2009 at the Robinsons’ home in California.” And a home birth even, wow! It is good to hear that both mother and baby are doing well.

Amidst all the drama and public relationships Kate has flaunted, Robinson was able to fly under the radar with a brand spankin’ new marriage. Back in September, I barely remember the happy couple announcing their baby news.

This is the couple’s first child together, but Robinson’s second. For those of you who didn’t know, Chris has a five-year-old boy, Ryder Russell, with his ex Kate Hudson. (And yes, I do think they actually gave little Ryder a hair cut.)

Chris Robinson may be on diaper duty now, but come this new year Chris and his band will be on tour to promote a new project. For now, I am sure he is enjoying his new little baby girl Cheyenne Genevieve. Congratulations to Allison and Chris on their new addition!

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One Response to “Allison Bridges and Chris Robinson’s Baby Girl is born!”

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    Mum to Many Says:

    Wow, a homebirth and a snipe that it’s good the Mom and baby are doing well! I’d be more worried about the majority that undergo the knife and risk all the dangers of surgical birth. Keeping birth normal at home is as safe as life gets.