Celebrity Baby Scoop

Celebrity Baby Scoop is one of the most popular blogs on the topic and the foremost provider of everything celebrity-baby, featuring baby fashion, baby names, baby trends and up-to-the-minute celebrity baby gossip and pics. Get all the latest news, updates, and photos about Hollywood’s most beloved celebrity moms, dads and their babies. Who’s the latest Tinseltown baby? Who’s due next and who just announced a pregnancy? It’s all on Celebrity Baby Scoop.




Celebrities Share Their Holiday Traditions

Happy Holidays from Celebrity Baby Scoop! In the spirit of the season, we’re taking a look at some of our favorite celebrity families and their festive traditions. From Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen‘s peaceful co-parenting over the holidays, to Tori Spelling‘s activities with her big brood, to Kim Kardashian‘s annual Christmas card, let’s read how the celebs plan to get jolly with their families. ◦   Josh...

December 20, 2013 Read Blog


Holy Hair Loss!

Let me begin by saying that I've never had thick, lustrous hair. I have thin hair and some hairdressers have said "lots of it" but by no means have I ever had thick hair. I had heard that while pregnant your hair becomes thick and glorious. I never noticed this happening until I saw a picture of myself right after my girls were born and my mane looked untamed and thick for the first time ever. I guess that the strands of hair that usually...

December 19, 2013 Read Blog


Babyproof Your Home for the Holidays

With the holiday season well under way, you may be experiencing a bit of holiday stress. With gifts to buy, trips to plan and feasts to prepare, it’s no surprise that this time of year is tiring. Of course, things become even more stressful when you add holiday hosting to your lengthy to-do list. If you have volunteered (or have been elected) to host friends or relatives over the holidays, there are a few preparations you will want to make...

December 18, 2013 Read Blog


Salt Dough Ornaments

Well, we’ve figured it out - the best salt dough recipe for making handmade ornaments for the holidays. T and I went over to a friend’s place to do an ornament with his handprint and we’ve decided that we’re going to replicate the fun but change up the recipe a bit. This way we can make some fun ones to give out as gifts. M has already painted some wooden ones but I want to see if we can make some cute ones as well. What you'll...

December 18, 2013 Read Blog


Holiday Tips from the Sleep Doula

With the holiday season quickly approaching, and all of the special events and visiting that families may partake in, it's not unusual for parents to worry about how this will affect their child's sleep. Have no worry though; The Sleep Doula has some great sleep tips so your holidays will be filled with sweet dreams. Allow some flexibility to your schedule to allow for holiday events and fun. You can usually get away with putting your child...

December 17, 2013 Read Blog


Is Santa Real?

When your child comes to you questioning if Santa is real and asking you, the parent, to confirm – one way or the other – I suggest taking a step back and a deep breath before responding. Begin by asking your child why they’re asking this question in the first place. Did they hear something from another child at school? Or did they determine on their own that “Santa’s job” is seemingly impossible? If they’ve thought about it...

December 12, 2013 Read Blog


With this gift, I thee dread…

I love buying gifts for people. I get immense satisfaction when I give someone something that I know they love. Almost to the point of smugness. I get that not everyone enjoys this. Not because they are mean or bah humbahging (not a real word I know) all over town, but they just don’t like the pressure of having to get something ‘good’. The fact that someone even thought about getting me a gift is lovely. If they put in a little extra...

December 11, 2013 Read Blog


Talking Iron and not just pumping it!

Everyone knows I made T’s baby food for him. I liked doing it for him, I knew it was healthy and I knew what was in it. But, did you know that even with the best intentions most Moms miss the mark when it comes to providing their little ones with the proper amount of iron? Honestly, I had no clue until reading about Nestlé Gerber cereals and learning more about baby nutrition overall. From six to 24 months babies lose their stored iron...

December 11, 2013 Read Blog


5 Tips to Enjoy a Healthy Holiday Dinner

Every year as the holidays approach you promise yourself you won’t indulge at the family dinner and end up in a turkey coma after the meal, but then the table is set with all your favorites – mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, and Grandma’s apple pie . . . how can you possibly avoid over doing it? The key is moderation – don’t give up on your favorites, simply load up on the healthy options and then enjoy a small piece of that yummy...

December 10, 2013 Read Blog


Easy Holiday Dinner Party

The holidays are the busiest time of the year - between shopping, decorating, baking and getting gifts for everyone on your list, sometimes it's difficult to plan a holiday party. We have a few recipes from "Cook Up a Feast" which are perfect for a complete dinner party, or they can be separated and added to your holiday feast! Each of the items can be prepared in advance, which makes these recipes perfect for a stress-free...

December 6, 2013 Read Blog


Nick Lachey: Camden Has Given Me Great Perspective And Patience

Multi-platinum recording artist and TV personality Nick Lachey is gearing up for the fourth season of NBC’s The Sing-Off, which premieres December 9th at 9:00pm ET/PT. The crooner and father-of-one, to son Camden, 1, is also currently enjoying a “great response” to his latest album, A Father’s Lullaby. Nick opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about what it is like to host The Sing-Off, why A Father’s Lullaby “was a...

December 6, 2013 Read Blog


Holidays are About Celebration, Tradition and Family

My mom and dad are the force of reconciliation in our family.  I am not saying we squabble, or fight as siblings even after 50 years of life, but my parents keep us together with celebration, tradition and the importance of family. Today they are in their 80's, and love to have "the family" over to their house for holidays, dinner, and conversation.  Because of this they have instilled an inherent quality in not only my brother and sister, but...

December 5, 2013 Read Blog




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