Cupid's Pulse Article: Stevie Wonder Welcomes 9th Celebrity Baby with Girlfriend TomeekaCupid's Pulse Article: Stevie Wonder Welcomes 9th Celebrity Baby with Girlfriend Tomeeka

By Katie Gray

In the latest celebrity news, Stevie Wonder has welcomed his ninth celebrity baby into the world, a daughter named Nia, according to This is his second child with girlfriend Tomeeka. After Page Six reported that the famous celebrity couple were expecting triplets, Wonder joked, “I got, how many, 22 kids?” before clarifying, “It’s not true. The truth is we’re going to have a wonderful daughter, born in December, [and her] name is going to be Nia, which is ‘purpose.'” The legendary musician is thrilled at the arrival of his celebrity baby girl!

This famous couple is a part of a big family but wants to make each celebrity baby feel special. What are some ways you can do the same?

Cupid’s Advice:

Having a big family can be both chaotic and rewarding at the same time. As the parent, it’s your job to make sure no one gets lost in the shuffle. Cupid has some tips:

1. Sealed with a kiss: Physical bonding between children and parents throughout life is very important. That can mean hugging, kissing, playing with their hair, high fives, and more. The more your children know you’re there for them, the more special they will feel!

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2. It’s a date: Dates are not strictly reserved for your significant other! Make a date with your children and spend time together. It’s important to have a designated opportunity to just listen to them when they speak, learn about what’s new in their lives, and be engaged in fun activities together. Nothing makes your child feel more special than having your full attention.

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3. Love on them: The most important thing you can do to make your children feel special is to let them know that they are loved! Say “I love you” as many times a day as possible (without embarrassing them). Many professionals feel that, when children consistently hear this, they will repeat the cycle and turn out to be loving people into adulthood.

What are some other ways you make all of your children feel special in a big family? Share your ideas below!