Soon any semblance of a happy family crumbles (therapy! Nothing warms the heart more than a child angel sent to rekindle the romance between a couple on the verge of divorce.When an "eight-year-old runaway from Heaven" is delivered via UPS, the couple is thrilled to have this little girl in their midst, even though no one can see her except for Ernie Hudson's character—though he's a Ghostbuster, so it almost makes sense.She said: "It's all sinuses and heartburn basically. She was so easy and my pregnancy was so easy with her. Hillary Duff’s sister Haylie Duff has confirmed that she is expecting a baby girl.Gracing this film with their presence are country crooner Randy Travis, Ed Asner, and Not to be confused with Hallmark's Christmas film of the same name, Lifetime's version features a busy executive who gets a Christmas gift she doesn't really want—the ability to hear everyone's thoughts thanks to a special Christmas pin. ) She decides to use her newfound power for good, trying to be a better person, finding love, and, naturally, learning the true meaning of Christmas.This film earns extra points for featuring Tom Arnold.She hires a mysterious life coach (Christmasy name: Noel), who grants her 12 wishes, which she uses for herself until she remembers the true meaning of Christmas. Casting highlights include many, many dogs, to the top of this list, but for one small fact—it's as depressing as Charlie Brown's Christmas tree.The film stars Caroline Rhea and Barclay Hope as busy parents who have to hire a party planner (that's Hasselhoff) to organize their Christmas fete. ) and Hasselhoff does his best to impart some Christmas cheer, even though his own back story is enough to make Tiny Tim cry into his Christmas pudding.
There's betrayal, rum-running, and Christmas magic, and together they crush the space-time continuum to live happily ever after (or something). Holly (Gabrielle Carteris) returns to her hometown with eight-year-old son Ben to work for her father's toy business.Alongside the photo, Haylie wrote: "She arrived June 5th, and brought all her magic with her! (sic)" In March, Haylie - who is the older sister of actress-and-singer Hilary Duff - admitted she didn't want the sex of her child to be a surprise, as she was too "anxious" to find out.Ryan is the happiest big sister & we are finally a family of 4! She said: "We found out it was a girl because I'm anxious and had to go do the blood test to tell me right away." And the couple - who began dating in 2012 - waited until the tot was born to pick out a name. We have a top choice name, but we're not committing until she's here because I feel like that's just bad luck." During her pregnancy, the 'Napoleon Dynamite' star asked her Twitter followers for remedies for morning sickness, and joked that her baby will be a "wild child" because of the effect she's had on her body. Grace (Desiree Ross) is a talented singer-songwriter stuck between her bitter, divorced parents.The tension reaches its apex when her mother (Megyn Price) kicks her out of the house for playing guitar, because it's a reminder that her father (Brian Mc Knight) left them to pursue his musical dreams. ) with her talent competition, and music reunites the family.This film is typical Lifetime fare: equal doses of heartwarming and heartbreaking, with some musical interludes thrown in, but it barely qualifies as a Christmas movie—the only mention of the holiday comes in some background props and a brief rendition of "Jingle Bells." , this is it.Here, Kate (Jen Lilley) falls in love with a ghost, because the dating scene in her town is just that bad.Jo is a ghost tweeter for a teen pop star, Meg is hung up on her ex, Amy had a run-in with the law in Thailand, and they all swap boyfriends like Pokémon cards.The quarreling sisters come together to try to save their family home, but Louisa May's ghost undoubtedly did a spit take when Jo called her sisters "slutsicles." Terrible parents are not normally where a Christmas movie starts, but here we are.Still, this one's not exactly going to halt your Christmas channel-changing.An overworked single mother (Hilarie Burton) leaves NYC to spend Christmas in her small Louisiana hometown.