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Sheryl Crow Gives Jennifer Aniston Baby Advice

The tabloids won’t stop trying to impregnate Jennifer Aniston. Year after month after week after nanosecond there have been cries that single, sad, lonely Jen (who happens to be famous, rich, beautiful, successful and most likely perfectly content) is thinking of having a baby. Jen is getting up there in age so if they keep guessing, they’re sure to be right at some point. Maybe OK! magazine with it’s Finally a Baby for Jen cover is actually right this time.  Let’s just assume for the time being it’s true.

They’re reporting that not only is Jen going to have a baby, but she’s been getting advice from mom of two adopted sons, Sheryl Crow. The singer has been giving the actress health advice and suggested acupuncture.

“Jen sees Sheryl as her health guru, so when she suggested acupuncture, Jen went with it straight away,” said one insider. “Jen wants to get pregnant soon, she’s convinced acupuncture will give her a helping hand. It’s reduced her stress, made her skin glow, helped her with weight loss and made her happier.”

No word on who the lucky dad would be. Jen may go it alone, having given thought to adoption.

“Jen sees how happy Wyatt and now Levi make Sheryl,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer. “And Sheryl has told Jen, ‘Don’t wait for a man to make a family!'”

She’s already in talks with a lawyer (if you know, this is actually, finally true). Adoptions can take a long time. Sandra Bullock waited four long years! Jen’s hoping she gets a child in no more than a year and is getting some practice babysitting. “Sheryl has invited Jen to spend time with the boys so she can get a feel for what it’s like to be around a baby and a toddler. Jen is going to make sure to do that. She can’t wait to hold Levi — and eventually become a mom herself.”

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