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LAURENCE FISHBURNE, WIFE, AND DAUGHTER GO PUMPKIN PICKING

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Actor Laurence Fishburne,  his wife Gina Torres, and their daughter Delilah,2, were spotted at Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in West Hollywood, CA on October 17th.

In all, Laurence has three children: Delilah(with wife Gina),  son Langston(with ex-wife Hajna), and daughter Montana( with ex-wife Hajna).

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Photos: InfDaily, Splashnews, Fame Pictures

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  1. As long as she doesn’t end up like her older half sister Montana it’s all good. Little Delilah is gorgeous.

  2. IS MR FISHB THAT OLD, IN HIS 50′S? IF SO, ONLY OUR FATHER IN HEAVEN CAN DETERMINE IF HE WILL LIVE TO SEE HIS CHILD’S CHILDREN. REMEMBER, WHEN YOU SPEAK, DO NOT MAKE GENERALIZATIONS BECAUSE ONE ISSUE DOES NOT APPLY TO EVERYONE. MR. FBURNE MAY LIVE TO BE 100. WHO KNOWS. HE DOES LOOK TIRED AND OUT OF SHAPE.

  3. People, People get a grip I was just stating my opinion…Just like you have one so do I…You CANT deny he looks like he is that baby’s GRANDAD instead of DAD…I wish everyone well who has kids that late in life…@ lilkunta u said I dont make sense then let me make it plain so even a fool cant error: I DONT think there is anything wrong with that man having a 2 yr old but the FACT is is that you don’t see that very often, I was just stating the FACTS which are he looks like he is old enough to be that baby’s GRANDAD (not saying it’s a SIN or anything because they are husband and wife)…I don’t have anything against anyone who has a baby past 40…I was just stating my opinion which is HE IS OLD (not too old) TO HAVE A 2 YEAR OLD BABY that isn’t his GRAND (look @ the picture of him and her it looks like Grandpa and Grandbaby)…SO GET OVER YOURSELF…I try to be nice to people especially elderly people but sometimes you gotta go there because they just don’t get it…THATS ALL FOLKS!!!

    • @deedra: Now you’re being clear. This is why you should proofread & re read before you post. You contradicted yourself & werent clear.

      Deedra October 19, 2009 at 10:18 am
      Old!!!…Most people have babies in their 20’s or 30’s but past 40 is pretty old to be having babies…Not saying anything is wrong with that because my Dad was 45 when I was born…Just saying you don’t have as much energy to keep up with them than if you were younger…But he seems like a Great dad/father.

      Deedra says: October 19, 2009 at 11:05 am
      I wasn’t saying he was TOO old to have a baby…I was just saying he is old to have a 2 year old…I know he can still produce a child…

      The ppl YOU KNOW may be out of shape un energetic ppl, but Fishburne is not. Fisburne is a grown *ss man, He had a kid bc he wanted & felt he was able to raise her.

      Why is that when 1 disagrees with another, they’re told ‘get over yourself’? GTFOOH!

      Next time think before you post. Articulate yoursef better.
      & 50 isnt elderly.
      60 is elderly in the US.
      & 67 is when you’re really seen as old where you get discounts & are allowed to retire.

  4. The fortieth decade just became middle-age. People live far longer than they used to. Barring the onset of am unexpected, terrible disease (or a tragic accident), Delilah can probably expect to have her parents around until she becomes a *grandmother.* I don’t think it falls to anyone to say that they’re past the “acceptable” age of child-bearing/rearing when what used to be old isn’t even old anymore.

    (I’d hit my mother in the face if she decided to have another child, but that’s because she’s my mom, not because she’s “old” at 48 lol.)

    • @nicole : What is the fortiet decade?

      Delilah’s parent def wont be alive when she becomes a grandmom. For that 2 happen Gina/Laurence would have had to have had Delilha as a teen, & then Delilah too would have to be a teen mom.

      Gina/Laurence def wont be alive when Delilah is a grandmom.

      • When I said “fortieth decade,” I meant “in his/her forties.” As for Delilah becoming a grandmother, I admit I was being generous considering I don’t know Gina Torres or Laurence Fishburne’s general health. However, my mother and my grandmother both became first-time grandmothers at 40. I wouldn’t recommend it, but Delilah could have a child at 20. Her child could have a child at 20. What’s wrong with hoping her parents live to see 80 and 90 years old? Like I said, I’m not their doctor, so maybe they won’t live that long, but life expectancy is much higher now.

    • Cool that in 2yrs this is the pic we’ve seen of her. We didnt even know her name until her co star on Firefly said it at a comic con convention!

      Love that they’re living their lives, dont have to hide, but were still able to keep their daughter to their family.

    • Actually my mom had me when she was 28(a reasonable age)and there is no one in my immediate family who had a baby under the age of 18 and none of my friends have had babies under that age either and yes I am young but I also have wisdom…young doesn’t always mean dumb

      • Deedra you’ve made some good points but so have the older favored women here. Their are pros and cons to either having a child younger or older. But the bottom line is to live and let live and try to keep an open mind as I believe it is truly up to the individual.

        Also, once upon a time, I thought 30 was old :-). You are young still by your own admission, perhaps your thoughts on this may change as is often the case when the shoe is on the other foot.

        To the older responsible parents who have found the joys of a child a little later in life, bless you, the same to the younger parents too who are doing their best to make sure their kids remain a top priority.

  5. The illogical arguments on this forum are disturbing. lol Why are people creating a false dichotomy here? There aren’t just healthy, well paid 50 year olds and middle school children (as one reader put it) out here having children. There is actually a whole group of late 20 somethings and 30 somethings procreating. Shocker! That my friend, says nature and history, is the best time to bring children into this world.

    And for those who say that anyone could die tomorrow, I say I agree. Yet, anything is possible. Thus that point is irrelevant. What is relevant are statistics and probabilities. And friends, it’s probable that a man who has a child in his 50′s will not make it to that child’s college graduation–especially black men. Call any insurer if you beg to differ.

    • @not buying it:
      YOUR arguments on illogical & distrubing. You say 1 should have a kid in their 20s/30s so they may see the kids graduate college & be a grandparent. That is nice is if happens but it doesnt always happen. What if the kids dont want to have kids til they’re 40, they the parents are grandparents later in life.

      ” That my friend, says nature and history, is the best time to bring children into this world.”
      WRONG AGAIN. In the past we married @ 12, had kids in our teens, & died @ 25. Now we are living longer so we are doing things differently.

      Most ppl live to 70, so having kids @ 50 u will still see your kids grad from high school, & yes even collge (if they dont fvck around & gradute on time in 4 yrs).
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      Not Buying It says:
      October 19, 2009 at 10:48 pm
      The illogical arguments on this forum are disturbing. lol Why are people creating a false dichotomy here? There aren’t just healthy, well paid 50 year olds and middle school children (as one reader put it) out here having children. There is actually a whole group of late 20 somethings and 30 somethings procreating. Shocker! That my friend, says nature and history, is the best time to bring children into this world.

      And for those who say that anyone could die tomorrow, I say I agree. Yet, anything is possible. Thus that point is irrelevant. What is relevant are statistics and probabilities. And friends, it’s probable that a man who has a child in his 50’s will not make it to that child’s college graduation–especially black men. Call any insurer if you beg to differ.

  6. Deedra- Maybe you’ll be too old to run after a small child when you are in your 40′s. But most of us 40 something are healthy and fit and more healthy than a growing obese younger folks. Many of us have the resources that allow us to eat health, have private trainers and live healthy lifestyles.

    So I’ll be 43 years young running after my 4th child. Start living right and being hit won’t be an issue.

    • THANK YOU MAMANAS for clearing that right on up!! I was reading this like “old?”…to who? I guess the BCK fam needs to come up with a writ of the exact age/conditions for one to have a child since 19 w/ a great, well paying job is too young…. and 48 w/ a spouse, well paying job is too old. Oy vey!!

    • Thank you honey. The Deedras of this world are used to people having kids in middle school and are grandparents by college. SO, they can’t fathom God having a different plan for different stages in different peoples lives. At his age he has the resources, the maturity and the wisdom to raise a fine young lady who will grow to make great contributions as a citizen of this world. On the other hand, some 16 year old baby mama that hasn’t seen the baby daddy since he rolled off of her and pulled his pants up will have a child she is bored with in a few years because there is a new man or a new cellphone she cherishes more. There are many older parents and grandparents raising very young children more and more each day because of the lack of responsibility of the young fertile and selfish parent. My aunt is near 60 and is raising a 7 year old grandson who seems to get in the way of his 25 year old mothers social schedule, revolving door of men and beauty routines. Of course, there are many exceptions with a lot of mature young people doing a great job. But, don’t send older parents to the grave too early. There is nothing written anywhere that a young parent can’t die before a child grows up either. So….best wishes to Lawrence and Gina.

      • I can fathom God having diffrent plans for diffrent people because his ways are not our ways and his thoughts are not our thoughts, I know God is able to do above and beyond what I can even imagine…Though I am a young woman I do have foresight and wisdom which I got from my mom with the help of Christ Jesus…I am a college student who has kept myself and my innocence and am waiting until I graduate and marry to have kids(which will be around 24-25)…I was just stating my opinion that he is a little old to have a two year old…and I don’t think it’s okay for young teens have babies…I didn’t mean to cause long tirades…sorry to all that I offended

    • I co-sign. I just turn 41 yesterday and getting ready to have another baby. I am healthier wiser then I was @ 27. And who is to say when you are going to leave this earth. My mother had me whe she was 39. My co worker who is white her parents had her when they were 40. She and her husband dont plan on having kids until 40.

  7. @ Deedra, I totally understood what you meant before you had to clarify so others could get it, and I totally agree. Although men have the capacity to father a child well into their senior years (do they ever really stop producing sperm?), there reaches a point where they shouldn’t, despite their ability to do so. If a man fathers a child in his 50′s, he is likely not to be a grandparent to that child’s children. In fact, he’d be lucky if he makes it to the high school graduation. To me, that seems unfair to the child. That goes for women too who freeze eggs and want to wait until they’re 40 or 50 before having children. Now, if you haven’t met who you think is “the one” that’s one thing. But, if you are depriving a child of a parent in his or her 30′s just so you can pursue a career, preserve your body or some other similar reason, it’s unfair to the child. At that point, just adopt a needy child who would otherwise be in foster care or something.

    Obviously the above is just my humble opinion, what I would do and what I perceive as fair. To each his/her own….

    • I disagree, I feel that a woman who is mentally, emotionally, and financially capable, she can have a child, I don’t think it’s selfish i actually think is selfless for a woman to be absolutely sure if she wants to have a child, and by time she’s in her late 30′s early 40′s is when she really starts contemplating motherhood from the most mature viewpoint, I think it’s based on the individual,a woman can decided at 50 to have a baby, she she can handle it good for her

    • @not buying it :
      Just bc 1 has kids in their 50s & they may die thus never meet their grandparents is not a reason 2 not have kids in 1′s 50s. Laurence’s job is to parent Delilah. If he is dead b4 she has kids, that is sad but life. L is very healthy. Unless he gets cancer or shot, I definitely think he will live to see Delilah graduate high school and college, no luck needed!

      ” But, if you are depriving a child of a parent in his or her 30’s just so you can pursue a career.. ”

      WTF? Just for a career? A career is NEEDED to raise that child. U want ppl to ahve kids in their teens & early 20 so they’re on welfare & wic that YOU pay 4 w your taxes? GTFO here.

      The way society is, I dont think it is best to have kids before 27. I think ladies & males need to be graduated high school & college . If college isnt your pass, technical school or trade school. Whatever the path chosen, for 10yrs after high school young adults need to be working & saving $. Having kids are EXPENSIVE. The 10yrs after high school will also allow for 1 2 mature. This is why I think no 1 sould have kids b4 27. Also, ppl need to date for at least 2 yrs, then have a 1yr engagement.

      | Not Buying It says: October 19, 2009 at 12:35 pm
      @ Deedra, I totally understood what you meant before you had to clarify so others could get it, and I totally agree. Although men have the capacity to father a child well into their senior years (do they ever really stop producing sperm?), there reaches a point where they shouldn’t, despite their ability to do so. If a man fathers a child in his 50’s, he is likely not to be a grandparent to that child’s children.

      In fact, he’d be lucky if he makes it to the high school graduation. To me, that seems unfair to the child. That goes for women too who freeze eggs and want to wait until they’re 40 or 50 before having children. Now, if you haven’t met who you think is “the one” that’s one thing. But, if you are depriving a child of a parent in his or her 30’s just so you can pursue a career, preserve your body or some other similar reason, it’s unfair to the child. At that point, just adopt a needy child who would otherwise be in foster care or something.

      Obviously the above is just my humble opinion, what I would do and what I perceive as fair. To each his/her own….

    • @not buying it :
      Just bc 1 has kids in their 50s & they may die thus never meet their grandparents is not a reason 2 not have kids in 1′s 50s. Laurence’s job is to parent Delilah. If he is dead b4 she has kids, that is sad but life. L is very healthy. Unless he gets cancer or shot, I definitely think he will live to see Delilah graduate high school and college, no luck needed!

      ” But, if you are depriving a child of a parent in his or her 30’s just so you can pursue a career.. ”
      WTF? “Just” 4 a career? A career isnt “just”. A career is NEEDED to raise that child. U want ppl to ahve kids in their teens & early 20 so they’re on welfare & wic that YOU pay 4 w your taxes? GTFO here.

      The way society is, I dont think it is best to have kids before 27. I think ladies & males need to be graduated high school & college . If college isnt your pass, technical school or trade school. Whatever the path chosen, for 10yrs after high school young adults need to be working & saving $. Having kids are EXPENSIVE. The 10yrs after high school will also allow for 1 2 mature. This is why I think no 1 sould have kids b4 27. Also, ppl need to date for at least 2 yrs, then have a 1yr engagement.
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      Not Buying It says: October 19, 2009 at 12:35 pm
      @ Deedra, I totally understood what you meant before you had to clarify so others could get it, and I totally agree. Although men have the capacity to father a child well into their senior years (do they ever really stop producing sperm?), there reaches a point where they shouldn’t, despite their ability to do so. If a man fathers a child in his 50’s, he is likely not to be a grandparent to that child’s children.

      In fact, he’d be lucky if he makes it to the high school graduation. To me, that seems unfair to the child. That goes for women too who freeze eggs and want to wait until they’re 40 or 50 before having children. Now, if you haven’t met who you think is “the one” that’s one thing. But, if you are depriving a child of a parent in his or her 30’s just so you can pursue a career, preserve your body or some other similar reason, it’s unfair to the child. At that point, just adopt a needy child who would otherwise be in foster care or something.

  8. I watched Gina on TV in ‘I think I love my wife’ this past weekend. She’s an remarkable actor.

    ..as far as him being too old for a toddler, I’d like to refute that comment. Men don’t usually expire for a while. They’re not like women who stop at menopause. I personally know a few men that keep going and going and going…

    The year I graduated college, my roommates 59-year-old dad his new wife had twins!

      • @Deedra : You arent making sense. Delilah is a 2y old baby.
        U said ‘he is old to have a 2y old’. So what do u mean? & the in your subsequent comments you again talk about his age. So you do have a problem w it.

        I think 55 is the oldest both HEALTHY ladies & men should have kids. The life expectantcy is 80, so if 1 doe have ids very late in life @ 55, they HOPEFULLY still have 25rs more to live. So they’d be alive to care for the kid. However @ 60 the body is old & slows down, so will the 60yr old mom.dad be able to keep up w the baby?

        I dont know why evolution dont have a maleopause like ladies have menopause. Ladies stop releasing eggs so men should stop releaseing sperm.
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        Deedra says: October 19, 2009 at 11:05 am
        I wasn’t saying he was TOO old to have a baby…I was just saying he is old to have a 2 year old…I know he can still produce a child…

  9. Didn’t realize he had been married 3 times. Have only seen this child and the older girl. Is the son the oldest?

  10. she is adorable I love her little poofs…My dad was 50 when he had me people used to think he was my grandpa all the time LOL>He died was 25.I guess that is one of the downsides of having an older parent

    • I agree on both accounts. He is sexy and a fine actor. Great looking family with his wife and daughter in these pics.

      • Old!!!…Most people have babies in their 20′s or 30′s but past 40 is pretty old to be having babies…Not saying anything is wrong with that because my Dad was 45 when I was born…Just saying you don’t have as much energy to keep up with them than if you were younger…But he seems like a Great dad/father.

        • You said your father was 45 when you was born and your mother was 28. You are stating that L is to old to have a 2 year old child and he looks like the grandfather instead of the father.When you turn 2 your father was 47 did he have enough energy to keep up with you? Did people thiink he was your grandfather? I am not hatin or being judgemental about your post. It seems like you have issue because your father was too old to keep up with you. If it is okay for your dad being 45 why is it wrong for L?

          • I can’t remember that far back so I don’t know if he was able to keep up with me @ that age

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