New Real Housewife of NYC Cindy Barshop Tells HollyBaby About Her Plans For Her First Thanksgiving With Her Twins

Thu, November 25, 2010 10:00am EDT by Add first Comment
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EXCLUSIVE! The new mom is celebrating her first Turkey Day with her 11-month-old twin girls, and she’s looking forward to establishing some new traditions, like taking them to the Macy’s parade.

The holidays are all about traditions, especially for first-time mommy Cindy Barshop, who recently joined the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City as Bethenny Frankel‘s replacement. It’s her first Thanksgiving with her 11-month-old twin girls, Zoe and Jesse, and she’s focused on starting the holiday traditions that she wants them to grow up with! Do you have some suggestions for her, HollyMoms?

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“This is my first Thanksgiving with them,” Cindy told HollyBaby.com (at the GLAAD OUT Auction in NYC on Nov. 21. “So it’s all about starting the traditions.”

Cindy — who’s the founder and owner of Completely Bare, a chain of day spas specializing in hair removal – has lots of plans. “Definitely the Macy’s Day Parade, definitely giving to the homeless,” are at the top of her list. “I’m going to go to FAO Schwarz and buy them all new toys and give all my old toys to charity.”

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Once Thanksgiving is over, the girls will be busy enjoying the rest of the holiday season and also celebrating their first birthdays in December.

And making this special time of the year even more memorable for their mommy is the fact that the girls recently took their first steps. “They’re walking, they did four steps,” Cindy brags.

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Aww! We hope Cindy and the girls have the best first holiday season ever!

–Lindsey DiMattina

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