Rachel Zoe’s hubby Rodger Berman says his baby boy’s nursery will be luxurious and this picture proves it!
Rachel Zoe is known for her extravagant fashion sense and expensive taste, so of course the stylist to the stars would only be shopping for the best crib in town for her expectant little boy. Rachel, 39, and her husband Rodger Berman stopped to do some baby bassinet shopping in West Hollywood on Saturday (Jan. 22) and we must say, that crib looks divine!
The singer is making sure that her future son or daughter sleeps in style.
Pink‘s been spotted shopping for her baby at the Beverly Hills baby boutique Petit Tresor. The 31-year-old singer, who is married to Carey Hart, is certainly spoiling her child! According to In Touch magazine, the mom-to-be has her eye on a $1,300 customized Newport Cottages Ricki crib. HollyMoms, how much did you spend on your baby’s nursery?
Hey HollyMoms, funny lady Jenny McCarthy just launched a brand-new line of environmentally friendly baby bedding. Whether your newborn is already a girlie-girl or an athlete-in-training, there’s something for everyone.
Jenny McCarthy is an author, actress and comedian and now she can add designer to her impressive resume. The 38-year-old mother, who has an 8-year-old son, Evan, with ex-husband John Asher, has just launched a line of adorable baby crib bedding and she’s taken to Twitter to brag about her new Too Good by Jenny products, which includes everything from sheets and blankets and curtains to musical mobiles, wall hangings and hampers. “Preggers and baby mamas! Check out my new baby line,” she tweeted yesterday (Nov. 3).
Everyone is going green, which is a good thing. But is a couture cardboard crib taking the idea of being environmentally friendly a little too far?
We’ve heard of no-frills nurseries, but this is crazy! As our friends at LilSugar pointed out, an Italian company, Album di Famiglia, has created a cardboard cot for your tot. HollyMoms, are you willing to spend more than $265, before shipping and handling, for a piece of “furniture” that looks like it could disintegrate the first time your tyke wets through his or her diaper during naptime or uses it as a teething toy when those pesky and painful molars are coming in?