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.

Happy In Hollywood: 10 Celebrity Marriages That Last

After 9-years of marriage to Michael Stone, we were sorry to hear Mayim Bailik‘s divorce announcement last week. But they’re not the only ones. It seems there’s a new split every other week among Hollywood’s couples. But there’s a few duos that keep the flame burning in Tinseltown. From David and Victoria Beckham‘s 13-year union, to Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick’s two decade-plus marriage, let’s take a look at 10...

November 30, 2012 Read Blog

No, It’s Actually Bedtime

Parents of toddlers know all too well that when you tell a child it’s bedtime they’ll likely use their newly found independence to get out of bed several times before actually going to sleep. It can be frustrating as a parent to put your child to bed multiple times every night. Well I’m here to help. With six kids of my own, I’ve learned a few tricks that have helped me in the past. Make a Routine: The routine rules in my household,...

November 29, 2012 Read Blog

Daddy’s Favourite Cookies

Last year I started to bake. I am by no means great at it nor am I claiming to be a baker. One thing I can tell you is that I really enjoy doing it. It helps me with my stress levels. At this time of year stress seems to be in abundance for most and so I thought I’d share this cookie recipe with you. Who knows? It might help you deal with stress. At best it will make your house smell divine and you can enjoy a few cookies with a nice cup of...

November 28, 2012 Read Blog

General Baby Health

I don’t know about you, but I learned as it came when I had my first baby. In fact, I’m still learning as it comes and my baby is almost five! There are many things we are confronted with in the first weeks with a newborn. Despite the research we do ahead of time and how prepared we think we are, there are always some things we just don’t know. Here are a couple of the “I should know about this but don’t” questions I had during...

November 27, 2012 Read Blog

10 Celebrity Couples: Baby Before Marriage

Earlier this month, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard announced that they’re expecting their first child in the spring. And although they’ve been together for years, the longtime couple are not yet married. But they’re not the only Hollywood couple to have a baby before the wedding. From Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied, let’s take a look at 10 high-profile couples that had a baby out of...

November 23, 2012 Read Blog

Expanding Picky Palates

One thing you’ll learn quickly as a parent is that even young children have unique palates. From my experience with six kids of my own, it can be extremely difficult when every child wants something different for dinner. So what do you do? Well I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve, and I hope they’ll work for you too. Make Food Kid Friendly: When you’re introducing something new to your child make sure you make it kid friendly in one...

November 22, 2012 Read Blog

Q & A: Transitioning an older baby to a crib

Hi Rosemary, I have a question about moving our 15 month old daughter to her crib. We have been co-sleeping since she was out of her bassinet (around four months old) because the crib we had was damaged and couldn't get a new one right away. In our bed she had been sleeping through the night for months now. I finally got the crib set up in her own room and have begun the transition of moving her there for both naps and bedtime. Currently...

November 21, 2012 Read Blog

Social Egg Freezing?! Really?

In response to the Saturday, October 27, 2012 article by Jodie Shupac – To Freeze or Not To Freeze – That is the Question: When did choosing to have a family instead of pursuing a professional career symbolize that a woman failed to achieve her true potential? Women should not be turning to social egg freezing to delay having children because it is more convenient. This is a bad idea because women are delaying an inevitable decision...

November 20, 2012 Read Blog

Crying it out never worked for us

I never attempted the CIO method with my son and it never actually worked with my daughter. This brings us to two kids: one seven and one four, who need their parents in order to fall asleep. Both kids are not great sleepers (surprise!) and they don’t like to sleep alone. We still lay down with them every night. Read a story, make one up, and cuddle before they fall asleep. Some days this is annoying. I sometimes wish that they would just...

November 20, 2012 Read Blog

Q & A: Finger Foods for Toddlers

Q: What do you recommend as finger foods for toddlers? A. During roughly the first 6 months of food introduction (usually from 6-12 months of age) complementary foods to breastmilk or formula are intended more as a sensory experience than to replace the nutrition provided by milk.  The food you are introducing to your child at this impressionable stage will forever affect his/her taste preferences, appetite, and lifelong health. ...

November 20, 2012 Read Blog

Give a meaningful gift that will last a lifetime this holiday season

With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s time to start crossing off the items on your gift list. A cozy throw blanket for Mom to curl up with, a great book for Dad, concert-tickets for your picky niece. The list can seem endless. And how about those parents-to-be in your family? It’s easy to get caught up shopping for them - after all - they need everything! Before you brave the chaos and hit the toy store for that must-have...

November 20, 2012 Read Blog

No News is Good News

“Hey be careful with that toe of yours”, I said to my 10 year old son as he attempted to cut his toenail with what appeared to be medieval pinking shears, “I grew it for you, after all”, I said.  He looked over at me and said “Really? All you did was eat.”, and then added “That’s not so hard.” Restraining myself from launching into the indignities which the gestating body of a woman goes through to produce an ungrateful rat...

November 16, 2012 Read Blog

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