09 November 2010 @ 11:27 am
Angie Harmon family's North Carolina move  
During the summer, I blogged on Angie Harmon and her family's impending California departure. People Magazine's Celebrity Baby Blog is reporting their new location is at Charlotte, North Carolina. As the exit quotation indicates, the transition has been going quite well. (For additional proof, read the article's beginning for Finley's new outgoing attitude.) Regardless, it is gratifying to see Harmon and her family fitting into their new surroundings nicely. Special thanks to Celebopedia.net.

Link: http://celebritybabies.people.com/2010/11/07/angie-harmon-and-family-put-roots-down-in-charlotte/

Nota bene: It has come to my attention that there was a previous August 2010 article, noting the move to Charlotte. I apparently missed it, at the time, which is an occupational hazard. Either way, I apologize, and will likely devote a separate entry to the piece. In the meantime, here it is:

Link: http://celebritybabies.people.com/2010/08/28/angie-harmon-prays-every-day-for-three-daughters/

It is nice insight about Harmon and Jason Sehorn passing their values to their three daughters and the challenge thereof. Definitely worthy of a spotlight onto its own, I think.

Exit quotation: "“We all love living in Charlotte because it exudes a small town mentality and we feel like we are part of a nice stable community,” Harmon explains. “Everything is close. Our friends live near, shopping and schools are a short drive away. And there is a lot of pride in the neighborhood.”

"Harmon and Sehorn, 39, now a football commentator, wanted to leave Los Angeles to give their daughters a slower-paced, more stable and balanced family life. The actress — who plays a salty police detective on Rizzoli & Isles — begins shooting the new season in March, and is thrilled about having the next few months to devote to her girls.

"“Charlotte is all about family and we are having a blast getting to know everyone around us. I am in the place I want to be.”"

Update (11/10): Revised the Subject line, as I felt the new one will read better. What say you?
 
 
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