Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes Are Getting Serious

Well it seems that neither Eddie Cibrian nor LeAnn Rimes rushed into something that completely destroyed both of their marriages, just for something that would last just slightly longer than the infatuation high. Or did they? Recently, a source close to the couple has come out saying that the two are going to be moving into LeAnn’s house with her, now that the lease is up on his place and there’s no reason to renew it. Really? Just because you’re dating someone? But I do tend to think it’s true, because it does come from People, the magazine that is becoming more and more known for being the source the celebrities go to when they need a story to “break.” But if the question isn’t whether it’s true or not, should it be if this is too fast after all, for Eddie and LeAnn? The story comes from People via I’m Not Obsessed,

“It just made sense for them,” a source tells PEOPLE. “Eddie’s lease was up and LeAnn’s home was bigger and already familiar to Eddie’s sons.

“It’s somewhere the kids know and it allows Mason to stay in the same school district, which was important to them, that there’s continuity for him,” the source says. “They take [moving in with the kids] with a lot of responsibility. They want to make sure that it was done in the right way.”

Eddie shares custody of his two sons, Mason (who’s seven) and Jake (who’s three) with his estranged wife, Brandi Glanville.

LeAnn’s rep reportedly told People:

“they’re excited for this happy new journey.”

I’ve actually been warming up to the idea of Eddie and LeAnn as a couple, and I actually think that they look kind of cute together. But you don’t have to be inside this relationship to know that it began under very high emotional circumstances. And because of that, I don’t think it would be a bad idea to take just a little while longer to just spend time being a couple, who live in separate places, especially when there are children involved. They have only been public for a little over a year now. Is that really enough time – time that’s not filled with drama – before you rush in and start packing your bags? These two don’t seem to do commitment well, and this seems like a big one.

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#1 David on 10.10.10 at 9:17 pm

Thank you for writing this. It is at times a struggle to stay up with my blogging. Coming across a blog that has such a great vibe is very inspirational.

#2 kateb on 10.12.10 at 4:18 am

Thanks so much, David! It’s always nice to hear from other bloggers and yes, we know what a struggle it is sometimes to keep up 🙂 My own posts may be moving to another blog as this one is not kept up anymore so stay tuned!

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