Mrs. Kyle Boller (nee Prejean)'s First Baby


Congrats to Carrie and her family:

Former beauty queen Carrie Prejean and husband Kyle Boller have welcomed a daughter, San Diego Union Tribune reports.

The couple's first child arrived on May 11, two days shy of Carrie’s 24th birthday. Contrary to reports last fall that they were expecting a boy, the bundle of joy is a girl named Grace Christina. --CelebrityBabyScoop


  1. Posted May 31, 2011 at 9:05 pm | Permalink

    But Maggie, didn't you burn rubber in reverse away from your hero when she was exposed for making XXX home videos?

  2. Maggie Gallagher
    Posted May 31, 2011 at 10:01 pm | Permalink

    No, I've never back away from Carrie, ever. That's a gay press talking point, one of many that is simply false.

  3. Equal2you
    Posted May 31, 2011 at 10:24 pm | Permalink

    Good for her. Hopefully her beautiful baby girl won't have too many uncomfortable questions for mommy when she sees her videos.

    I'm more concerned about her indoctrinating her child with a hateful attitude towards people who are different than her.

  4. Lisa
    Posted May 31, 2011 at 10:51 pm | Permalink

    Congratulations to Carrie and her family for this new addition. The stark contrast is now more evident. She filled with joy, and the progenitor alongside her husband of a new life. And the malicious gay groups who viciously attacked her for her convictions, still filled with hatred for her. Because that's all they've got to offer.

  5. WhitelighterNY
    Posted May 31, 2011 at 11:19 pm | Permalink


    Everyone makes mistakes- get over it! As for raising her child to know what a sinful lifestyle is, she is within her rights as a parent to teach- love the Sinner hate the SIN !

  6. Eric
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 12:05 am | Permalink

    Why is it that when women are married, they become "Mrs. [husband's full name]?" No trace of her original name. Seems a little...medieval to me.

  7. Equal2you
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 12:41 am | Permalink

    Love isn't the emotion that enables someone to tell another person their family isn't as valuable to society.

    I didn't say she made any mistake at all. Those were your words, WLNY. She's entitled to her own opinions, and the consequences that go with them. She has every right to teach her kids whatever she wants. But I worry they will be disadvantaged if they are not taught Americas values that everyone deserves the same respect and dignity.

  8. Daughter of Eve
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 12:48 am | Permalink

    I must respectfully disagree with Equal2You. In my opinion, folks don't "deserve" respect, just for the asking. They earn it. As for dignity, that depends upon how a person behaves him/herself. Those aren't entitlements. People need to take responsibility for their own behavior, in order to merit respect and dignity. Universal kindness, however, would go a long way to curing all manner of societal ills.

  9. Mary Ann
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 1:22 am | Permalink

    Eric, women in most parts of Europe did not take their husbands' names when they married during the Middle Ages.

    But you probably meant it's just a little weird for a woman to take her man's name and ditch hers when she marries him. I honestly agree with you if that's how you feel. I did it to make my husband happy, because I love him, and so our kids would all have the same last name as us. I dont resent that choice, but I haven't changed my mind about the whole convention, which is not essential to marriage.

    Sometimes I wonder about surnames in general, and if they came about mostly because of inheritance laws/structures, etc.

    Anyhoo, all the best to Carrie, her husband, and her baby.

  10. Carry wood
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 1:29 am | Permalink

    Traditional marriage is a family value that has stood the test of time. SSM is not an American value, we don't need social re-engineering to teach homosexuals they have every opportunity to marry, just like anyone else.

  11. Rick DeLano
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 1:42 am | Permalink

    Beautiful story, this remarkable young woman stood up to the hate of the gay radicals and now she enjoys the fullness of love, in her new family.

    You win, Carrie 🙂

  12. Little man
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 4:01 am | Permalink

    This gal has a lot of nerve, not just beauty. Were the USA pageant a competition for overall beauty and personality, she would have easily won, after showing per the loaded questions that she doesn't REALLY need to win. She can be happy anyway.

  13. Gothelittle
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 9:15 am | Permalink

    Eric, women in medieval times worked outside the home, owned property, settled disputes, and went out to defend their land against invaders. They were shopkeepers, writers, farmers, blacksmiths... they were allowed to get an education (and in some classes, practically required to do so).

    So when you use the word "medieval" when referring to women as if it's a bad thing, what exactly would you prefer them to do?

  14. JustMeee
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 11:10 am | Permalink

    Unfortunately, the pageant was a combination of beauty, personality, and BRAINS! That's why she didn't make it to the finish line.

  15. fredb
    Posted June 1, 2011 at 5:10 pm | Permalink

    What an impressive girl. She is a role model for other ladies for not sitting around and just watching the country deteriorate around her figuring that they can't do anything about it.

  16. Ryan
    Posted June 3, 2011 at 2:29 pm | Permalink

    Yes, she is a great role model for young girls. I'm sure she can teach them how to make wonderful xxx movies and pics.

  17. Kathleen
    Posted June 6, 2011 at 7:07 pm | Permalink

    Sorry that "No Offense" campaign you tried to launch with Carrie to appeal to younger voters to not support SSM never got off the ground Maggie... you seem to have better lock writing apocalyptic messages about the undoing of society with Brian. Funny though, considering society has withstood financial collapse, terrorism, a nuclear arms race, two world wars, a global depression, global epidemics of Spanish Flu, small pox, and the Bubonic Plague...but according to NOM two dudes picking out a china pattern at Crate and Barrel is what's really going to undue everything...

    Get real.

    I wasn't invited to the wedding, maybe I'll be invited to the divorce.

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