Holly Madison Takes Rainbow Shopping On Her First Outing

Holly Madison & Baby Rainbow At The Grove

Holly Madison took her baby girl Rainbow out shopping at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA on Monday (April 8).

Making her first public appearance, the sleeping 1-month-old baby snuggled closely to her my mom while dressed in an adorable footed bunny bodysuit. The proud mom protectively held her while smiling at the photographers.

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Jenna Dewan-Tatum Bares Bump For Glamour Magazine


Inside the may issue of Glamour magazine,  Jenna Dewan-Tatum bares her baby bump while opening up about being pregnant and her relationship with husband Channing Tatum.

In one shot, The Witches of East End actress wears a red bra top and blue-and-white striped dress shirt as she snuggles up against a giant stuffed panda toy.

I thought my body was going to change so quickly with pregnancy that I’d freak out. But it was really gradual,” she told the mag. “There’s a reason women are pregnant for nine months; by the end, you’re ready to have this baby.”

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Snooki Wants Another Baby but Thinks Pregnancy is Disgusting

Snooki Wants another Baby but Thinks Childbearing is Disgusting

Jersey’s Shore‘s Snooki, who gave birth to her first child a boy August 26, 2012 has spoken out about being pregnant.  Snooki said childbearing is not the joy everyone says it is, it is actually disgusting.   Snooki went on to say people make a big deal of it and say how much fun and glamorous it is, but she hates pregnancy, but of course loves the reward at the end.

Snooki was commenting on whether she was ready to have another child and she said, “Yeah, I want one right now, but it’s just not the right time.  We’re gonna try to plan this one.”  Snooki was at LAX alone, her son Lorenzo LaValle and her partner Jionni LaValle were no where to be seen.

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Rice Cereal Adventures

Rice Cereal Adventures

Baby C’s first taste of rice cereal was last week and it actually went better than we thought. We heard from a lot of our friends that the baby will hate it and spit it out. Maybe our baby is a super chub and loves food like his mommy and daddy but he successfully ate 7 spoonfuls!  There was a little that dripped down the sides of his mouth but overall he swallowed it and seemed to like it.

After doing some research, we decided to start off with Happy Family Happy Bellies Brown Rice Cereal. It was actually thanks to Twitter that I first learned about Happy Family. It is wasn’t for their social media presence on Facebook and Twitter I would have never known about their products. We liked it because it is organic and has DHA and Choline for brain and eye development.  We mixed it with some frozen breastmilk and I’m glad Baby C liked it because mommy only likes white rice. LOL!

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Fergie & Josh Duhamel Touch Down

Fergie & Josh Duhamel Land At LAX Airport

Fergie and her husband Josh Duhamel touched down on a flight at LAX Airport  in Los Angeles, CA on Monday (April 8).

The pregnant Black Eyed Peas singer wore a white leather jacket, an oversized sports jersey with tights and flats while walking through the airport terminal. Duhamel walked next to her wearing  a grey jacket, a black v-neck top and jeans with sneakers.

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To Tell Mom or Not to Tell Mom


Recently I had a mom friend of mine post an interesting question on her Facebook. Her daughter, middle school aged, had a girlfriend over for a sleep over. The friend who visited brought with her some not so friendly habits that weren’t discovered until after the sleepover was over. My girlfriend was proposing to her facebook friends: ‘do I tell her mom or not? (of the problems brought with the little girl)’. It sparked an interesting debate on what she should do. While reading the responses, a thought came into my mind: If I was the mom of the little girl, would I want to know what my daughter had done? Could I receive the information from the mom without feeling as though she was attacking me and my daughter?

Let’s start with us as the mom hosting the sleep over. All children are raised differently. Depending on where you live and who your children associate with there may some ‘ground rule’ similarities, but what if there isn’t? Does this mean you child should be automatically banned from that friendship? In the situation mentioned above, the acts that took place were not necessarily moral upbringing type issues, but rather acts of defiance (and to an extent, just being a kid). So let’s say that your daughter’s best friend of the last few years headed by for a sleep over and ended up stealing one of your daughter’s candies (let’s say it’s candy that she earned by doing chores, or being nice to her siblings, “special candy”). Upon your daughter noticing it was gone you bring it up to your daughter and her friend. The friend tries to blame the candy missing on you, the parent; she tries to convince your daughter that perhaps you, her mom, took/ate the candy. Now, assuming you aren’t raiding the Easter Baskets, you now have the red flag that her girlfriend ate the candy and then lied to cover her tracks. There’s a few ways you can handle the situation.… [read more]