Who Is My Hollyweird Mommy?

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To whom does this little guy belong?

Who Is My Mommy?

This lil pint-sized celebrity seed belongs to an actress and comedian who has been in the business for quite some time.

She’s had a laundry list of  roles in both television and film including “Next Friday,” “Transformers,” “The Parkers,” and “Baby Boy.”

You can still catch her doing a little acting every now and then, but these days her main focus is her family. She recently designed these ‘Don’t Feed Me’ t-shirts (pictured above) to help parents of children with allergies control the allergic reactions had away from home while in the care of others.

Can you guess who it is? Hit the flip to see if you’re right…

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This adorable little tot is the 2-year-old son of actress and comedian Kym Whitley.  His name is Joshua and the world will soon be seeing much more of his face on his mother’s upcoming reality show “Raising Whitley,” which will follow Kym as she raises Joshua, whom she adopted, in lala land.

Check out more info about the show and the t-shirts below.

via ABC News

Kym Whitley, a comedian and reality television show star, is launching a new line of “Don’t Feed Me” T-shirts that parents of allergic kids can use to alert caregivers and others who might feed their children.

Parents can use a pen to fill in the child’s name and check off boxes of what the child is allergic to. Whitley first made the shirts for her son, Joshua, 2, who wore them to day care.

“The other parents were like, ‘Oh my God that’s great, we need that,” said Whitley, whose new reality show, “Raising Whitley,” starts April 20 on the Oprah Winfrey Network. It chronicles the Los Angeles single mother’s experience raising her adopted son.

Now she’s producing big batches of the T-shirts in different colors and selling them for $10 on her website, DontFeedMe.org, with co-creator Rodney Van Johnson, her friend, she told ABCNews.com. She’s also selling clear bags that have the same “Don’t Feed Me” warning on the sides that can hold Benadryl, Epi-Pens (epinephrine injectors) and other allergy aids.

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