New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen are enjoying time with their newborn son Benjamin -- and Tom tells "Extra" that being a dad has been a wonderful experience in his life.
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The handsome NFL star says he likes to roughhouse with his eldest son, 2-year-old John Moynahan (with ex Bridget Moynahan). Brady is looking forward to playing sports (especially football) with both of his boys when they get a little older.
"It's a great thing to see them run around at the football game or at least one of them run around," Brady dished, adding, "For a long time, I didn't know when I was going to be a father, and now I have two boys."
Tom isn't in the running for a Super Bowl ring this year, but he's still hard at work. He's teamed with Smartwater for the Smartwater Zero Sack Give Back, an initiative to benefit Boston Centers for Youth & Families.
In the off season, Tom is all about the R&R. He says, "I like to spend time with my family and friends and get a little rest because, obviously, during the football season, there's not a whole lot of that!"
Super-private supermodel Gisele Bündchen gave birth to her first child in December, and she dished to a reporter that she had an at-home water birth!
In an interview with Brazilian magazine Fantástico, Bündchen said, "I gave birth in the bathtub," at the penthouse she shares with footballer husband Tom Brady in Boston's upscale Beacon Hill neighborhood.
Bündchen and Brady welcomed their baby boy on Dec. 8, but held off on naming him Benjamin until a few days later.
Brady said in a recent interview, "We thought we had a name picked out for about six months, and then about two days before he was born she said, 'I don't like that name anymore.'"
It's confirmed -- Tiger Woods is looking to help the victims of the Haitian earthquake.
The president of the Tiger Woods Foundation, Greg McLaughlin, tells the Associated Press that the golfer's staff is currently evaluating the best way to help the Haitian people, devastated by a 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday.
Woods, 34, has been out of the spotlight since news of his affairs surfaced.
Russell Simmons told the NY Daily News that the golfer could spend upward of $3 million on "sending a mobile hospital with 50 EMTs to go set up a triage," but McLaughlin tells AP that he hasn't received any information from the hip-hop mogul.
Tiger isn't the only celebrity thinking big in terms of Haiti; it was announced today that supermodel Gisele Bündchen wrote a check Thursday for $1.5 million to the Red Cross Haitian relief effort.
New mama Gisele "was so moved, she knew she had to do what she could to help," a friend of the model tells People magazine.
Check out a list of charities sending aid to the Haitian people here -- and find out how you can help.
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It took a few days, but Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady have finally named their newborn son. Benjamin Brady was born Dec. 8 and is the couple's first child together.
The supermodel, 29, made the name announcement on her website.
"I want to thank you all with all my heart for the immense love I have received here on the website," the supermodel writes. "I am living a very special moment in my life. Benjamin is a blessing and I could not be happier."
Last week, Brady, 32, said in an interview on WEEI Sports Radio, "We thought we had a name picked out for about six months and then about two days before he was born she said, 'I don't like that name anymore.'"
The Patriots quarterback also has a son with ex Bridget Moynahan.
Bridget Moynahan isn't harboring any bad feelings toward her ex, Tom Brady, and his new wife, Gisele Bündchen, who welcomed a baby boy Tuesday night.
"I wish [Tom and Gisele] the best with their baby," Moynahan, 38, tells People magazine in a statement.
Moynahan, 38, and Brady, 32, had son Jack in August 2007 -- about eight months after they split.
"I'm sure my son will enjoy having a half sibling," she continues. "I ask the press to respect our privacy while we are welcoming this new addition to our extended family."
At a Wednesday press conference, the New England Patriots quarterback said he and Bündchen, 29, haven't settled on a name yet.
It's a boy!
Gisele Bundchen, 29, and husband Tom Brady, 32, have welcomed a baby son, Brady announced at a press conference Wednesday. He called the birth "a wonderful experience in my life" and said he and Bundchen had not yet picked out a name. Mom and son are in good health, added Brady, who says he still plays to play in this Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.
It's the first child for Bundchen, and second for Brady, who is dad to Jack, 2, with ex girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.
Bundchen and Brady wed in February in Santa Monica, Calif. In April, they threw another ceremony for friends and family at the supermodel's Costa Rican estate.
Brady, the quarterback for the New England Patriots, said earlier this month that he was the only one who knew the sex of the baby.
"I wanted to find out and [Gisele] didn't, so she said, 'Go ahead.' It will be a surprise for her," he said.
Reps for the couple could not be reached for comment by People.
Tom Brady is finally opening up about his Feb. 26 wedding to Gisele Bündchen.
"We planned [the wedding] in like 10 days, and it was perfect," Brady tells the December issue of GQ (out Nov. 24).
The two said "I do" in an intimate ceremony at Santa Monica's Catohilic Church. Just immediate family attended, including Brady's then 18-month-old son with ex Bridget Moynahan, John.
After the nuptials, "we went back to the house and I barbecued aged New York strips. We had champagne, a cake, some ice cream. It was a great night," Brady says.
He loved having a small event.
"I think you always have this idea that weddings need to be 200 people and you invite everybody, and I'm all for it if people want to do that... but I think there was really something special about just having our parents there," he says.
The couple wed again on April 4 on Bündchen's estate with more extended family, but Brady says, "The thing about it is, the day's for you. It's nothing personal against anybody, but it's not about them. It's about what you and your wife need for that day."
Bündchen and Brady will welcome their first child together this December.