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Celebrity Babies: Boom Boom, Baby Boom

What’s better than welcoming celebrity babies during the holiday season?  Not much!  Luckily for all of us, tons of our favorite stars are gearing up for babies.  And there is nothing to get you in the holiday spirit faster than the excitement of expanding your family.

This week’s report includes some unexpected expectations and lots and lots of baby boys!  Check it out:

Kerry Washington_courtesy of dailymail.co.ukScandalous or just plain old privacy?  Scandal star Kerry Washington is one of television’s hottest celebrities as her series has blown up screens across the country.  Much like her character Olivia Pope, Kerry excels at manipulating public perception.  Her private marriage to NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha this summer shocked America and then the recent news of her pregnancy made it a double surprise.  Due in late spring, she plans to continue to maintain her privacy.  Sounds like a job for Olivia Pope to us!

From a fictional Olivia to a real one, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are expecting their first child together in 2014.  The two met during an episode of Saturday Night Live, and struck up a romance filled with love and laughter shortly thereafter.  We’re positive their child will not only be beautiful, but hilarious too.

Drew Barrymore_Courtesy of todaysparent.comAs an only child and growing up in the spotlight, Drew Barrymore always knew she would have multiple children.  Now she’s making that goal a reality as she announced her second pregnancy in October.  She and husband Will Kopelman already have a 13-month-old daughter, Olive.

Two of Hollywood’s funniest men are each going to be second-time dads.  The first, Owen Wilson, is expecting a son with his former personal trainer.  While they are not together as a couple, the fit-mom to be and Wilson are good friends who are enthusiastically awaiting their bundle of joy.

Also, David Arquette is expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Entertainment Tonight correspondent Christina McLarty.  David has a 9-year-old daughter, Cocoa, with ex-wife Courtney Cox.

And baby makes five for musical artist Zac Brown and his wife Shelly.  With four daughters ranging from ages 2 to 6, Zac joked they would continue trying until they have a boy.  The baby is due just after the holidays in early 2014.  The entire family is elated.

With so many babies on the way, we can’t forget to celebrate the latest arrivals.  It’s baby blue all the way around for new celebrity parents!

  • Gorgeous Morena Baccarin, who showed up glowing at the 2013 Emmy Awards 9-months pregnant, gave birth naturally to baby boy Austin Chick on October 22.
  • Michelle Monaghan_courtesy of babyrazzi.comMichelle Monaghan told People Magazine, “every day feels like Christmas” as a mother.  And Santa came early for her when her son Tommy Francis arrived on October 30.
  • Actor Emile Hirsch welcomed his first son, Valor, on October 27 in Florida.  The baby’s mother is a friend of Emile and they plan to raise Valor together.
  • NCIS star Michael Weatherly and his wife welcomed their 10 lb. son Liam Weatherly on October 29.  The star tweeted that his son was born on the most important day of the week, Tuesday, when NCIS airs.
  • Hanson brother Zac Hanson welcomed his third child Abraham Walker on October 17, joining brother John and sister Junia.
  • Fresh Prince of Bel Air actor Alfonso Ribeiro and wife Angela welcomed his first son Alfonso Lincoln on October 27.

 That’s all for today’s report on celebrity babies.  We’ll keep you posted on the latest news on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.  See ya there!

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Extended Breastfeeding: Is breastfeeding toddlers possible during pregnancy and while nursing newborns?

Yes, I encourage extended breastfeeding!  In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding through the second year of life.  Breastfeeding toddlers during pregnancy and while breastfeeding newborns is absolutely possible.  Your body will adjust to the demand of feeding both children.  Be sure to eat additional calories to replenish and energize your body from the extra effort you’re exerting by producing  extra milk.  And, make sure to drink lots of water!

Pregnant Mom & ToddlerBreastfeeding toddlers are only nursing occasionally throughout the day and do not rely solely on breast milk.  They are getting the bulk of their nutrients from regular foods.  If you are worried that your newborn will not get all of the milk that she needs, I recommend always feeding the baby first.  She needs the nutrients and calories the most.

Extended breastfeeding offers many benefits to you, your toddler and your newborn.  If you experience trouble and are not ready to wean, seek advice from a lactation consultant.  Don’t let small hiccups stand in your way of nurturing your baby and your toddler in the way you’ve determined is best for your family.

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Baby Halloween Costumes: Tricks for a Smooth First Halloween

Baby Halloween costumes may be the cutest outfit your baby will wear during his entire first year.  Parents go ga-ga over their precious pumpkins, sweet strawberries and miniature monkeys, and rightfully so.  The first Halloween may be the only time when you actually get to make the sole decision on your child’s Halloween costume before your little one is asserting his or her independence and demanding to be a superhero or princess. So take advantage of this first Halloween and pick a costume sweet enough to make even the scariest of goblins stop and smile.

Of course the most important part of your baby’s first Halloween is keeping baby happy.  Whether you are staying home to greet trick-or-treaters or attending a Halloween bash with other families, you may want to consider these tips for a smooth Halloween with baby.

Baby Halloween Costumes – Comfort is Key

Cute is the way to go, but not at the expense of your child’s comfort.  Pick something with soft fabric that won’t scratch or irritate your baby’s skin, or put baby in a bodysuit underneath costumes made from less-than-desirable material.  Be sure your baby is warm enough for the occasion, but not too hot if the costume is thick.  Babies usually don’t want things around their heads or faces so don’t be surprised if your little one refuses to wear her bunny ears or lion’s mane.  We may be willing to sacrifice comfort for fashion, but babies are not!

If you’re hoping not to spend a chunk of change on a baby Halloween costume, ask friends and neighbors if you can borrow old ones from them.  Consignment sales or resale shops may also be a great place to look for gently used Halloween costumes.  If you can’t find one, be creative.  There’s a lot you can do with your baby’s adorable wardrobe, like adding striped knee socks to a pinafore or overalls to create a simple rag doll costume.

Halloween Parties

If you plan to be out-and-about with baby on Halloween, be conscious of baby’s schedule.  Be sure your little one is well-fed so baby doesn’t become a party pooper.  (We’ve got great nursing camis that wear nicely under Halloween costumes for discreet breastfeeding!  Mom & BabyRight now select styles are on sale for just $15!!)  And don’t stay out too late or baby may indeed turn into a pumpkin!

Babies are often more aware than we know and new sights and sounds can be frightening.  Scary costumes, decorations and noises may cause your baby to feel uneasy.  Talk to your little one about everything and show baby that it is all fun and games by hugging and laughing with people in costumes and identifying silly objects and sounds.

Trick-or-Treaters

Staying home with baby might be just as fun.  Watching as children come to the door dressed in costume and dropping candy into bags may be all the Halloween delight your little one needs.  If baby is going to bed early, be sure to greet trick-or-treaters before they ring the doorbell.

However you choose to spend your Halloween, be sure to take lots of pictures.  You and your children will love looking at them for years to come.

Happy Halloween!

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Celebrity Babies: New Pumpkins Sprouting in Hollywood

While everyone is focused on the kiddos around Halloween, we’re keeping a lookout for the tiny new pumpkins in the Hollywood patch.  Here’s today’s report on celebrity babies:

Businesswoman Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, owner of the New York Observer, welcomed their son Joseph Frederick on October 14.  Destined to be a mogul, Joseph is one lucky baby with such successful parents.  Plus he has sweet and adorable 2-year-old sister Arabella to show him the ropes.  Joseph’s middle name is a tribute to his parents’ paternal grandfathers, both named Frederick.  Check out Ivanka’s beautiful maternity photos in the current issue of Fit Pregnancy.

Ivanka Trump Fit Pregnancy_courtesy of BellyItchBlog

She plays a OBGYN on TV and now she can put her baby skills to work.  Private Practice star KaDee Strickland welcomed her first son Atticus with husband Jason Behr on October 17.  The at-home birth took place with the help of midwives and a doula.  Congrats KaDee and Jason!

As for new pumpkins in the oven, it’s all about reality…reality TV stars that is.

Kendra Wilkinson and former NFL player Hank Baskett announced last week that baby number 2 is on the way.  Her pregnancy and motherhood antics can be seen on her reality show Kendra, where she certainly keeps everything real!

Also expecting, Bachelorette alum Melissa Rycroft.  She and her husband will welcome a new baby this spring, joining 2-year-old sister Ava Grace.  The reality star took to Twitter and Facebook to let her fans know the good news. And yes, even celebrity moms get mommy brain as evidenced by Melissa mistakenly reporting her baby was due in the fall rather than the spring.

Everyone’s favorite 70’s spy, Mike Myers, and his wife Kelly Tisdale are awaiting their second bundle of joy, joining 2-year-old son Spike.  Mike shared his love of fatherhood with Deadline.com, “Anyone who tells you fatherhood is the greatest thing that can happen to you, they are understating it. I am the happiest I have ever been in my life.”  What a sweet dad!

Since Halloween is just around the corner, we’re on a search for the most adorable celebrity babies in their costumes.  And the award for cutest celebrity family goes to…Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka and their little ones, Harper and Gideon!  In fact, they win the family costumes award two years in a row for their 2012 Neverland theme and their 2013 Wonderland theme.  Keep up the creativity, dads!

Neil Patrick Harris Family Photo_Courtesy of celebritybabies.people.com and Neil Patrick HarrisNeil Patrick Harris Family Photo_Courtesy of celebritybabies.people.com and Neil Patrick Harris

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share pictures of your kids in their Halloween costumes with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.  They are all celebrity babies to us!

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Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding: What is Your Recommendation for the Best Breastfeeding Diet?

Wondering which foods to avoid while breastfeeding?  What is the ideal breastfeeding diet?  This seems to be the most frequently asked question by new moms.  I have found that nursing moms – both past and present – often share food “no-nos” with one another.  Well I have some good news for you:  the real fact of the matter is that most of the time, breastfed babies tolerate almost all kinds of foods!

Of course you do want to be conscious of maintaining a healthy breastfeeding diet to give your body the energy it needs to produce milk, and to pass along vital nutrients to your baby through your breast milk.  This means plenty of lean protein, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and dairy products (or dairy substitutes).  You also may need up to 500 additional calories a day while breastfeeding.  What you eat may affect the taste of your breast milk, which some people believe can appeal to your baby’s appetite for solids down the road.  Now that’s a ringing endorsement for variety in your diet!

Some medical professionals and organizations such as Dr. Oz and The Mayo Clinic do put warnings on certain types of foods, including fish with higher levels of mercury; excessive vitamin-C; extremely spicy foods; nuts; gas-inducing vegetables like cabbage and broccoli; caffeine; and alcohol.  The recommendation on most of these foods is only to limit intake and be conscious of your baby’s sensitive digestive system.  The debate about alcohol may be the most controversial of the list. The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that one or two drinks per week is fine, while the March of Dimes recommends against any alcohol consumption while breastfeeding.

Leading Lady BreastfeedingIn my opinion, other than alcohol, unless you have a strong family history of food aversions or allergies, it is probably not necessary to avoid certain foods.  My suggestion for determining whether you need to refrain from eating certain foods is to simply watch your baby.  Look for whether your baby is excessively fussy or inconsolable; tends to spit up often and if he is spitting up curdles; tends to get a diaper rash or any other rashes or blotchy skin patches; and gets a stuffy nose.  If you do notice any of these symptoms, you may want to explore decreasing or eliminating certain foods.

If you do notice an issue, the most common foods to avoid while breastfeeding are dairy products, eggs, wheat and citrus.  Before you decide to eliminate or restrict foods from your diet, you may want to contact a lactation consultant, LaLeche League leader or Breastfeeding USA counselor.

Celebrity Babies: Halle Berry’s Baby Joins the Hollywood Baby A-List

Who’s ready for the latest on celebrity babies?  We are, and we hope you are too!  Today’s report includes A-listers, ball players, country stars and your fave teen celebs…who are now all grown up and having babies.

Oliver Martinez and Halle Berry_courtesy of celebritybabies.people.comOne of Hollywood’s most gorgeous “leading ladies” is now a mom again.  Halle Bery and husband Oliver Martinez welcomed baby boy Maceo-Robert on Oct. 5.  Maceo-Robert joins 5-year-old Nahla Ariela, Halle’s daughter from a previous relationship.  Wow Halle, you make 47 look REALLY good, pregnant or not!

Two of our beloved former teen stars are now proud mamas and papas:

Perception star Rachael Leigh Cook and The Vampire Diaries star husband Daniel Gillies have been married since 2004 but just welcomed their first baby, Charlotte Easton Gillies.  Daniel told the world “she’s all that” as he tweeted on September 29, “It’s a girl.  The tiny new empress of my everything. She’s immaculate.  We’re delirious.”

Hopefully Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s son will not take after his mischievous portrayal of Zack Morris on Saved by the Bell.  The Franklin & Bash star and wife Catriona McGinn welcomed baby boy Dekker Edward Gosselaar on September 30.  Mark-Paul has two children from a previous marriage, Ava Lorenn (6) and Michael Charles (9).  The two are thrilled with their newest addition.

Torrey and Chantel Smith_courtesy of celebritybabies.people.comLooking for a clever way to announce your pregnancy?  Leave it to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and wife Chanel to come up with a hilarious and revealing picture that says it all.  We love their sense of humor and the expressions are priceless.  Now that’s a memorable meal!  Congrats Torrey and Chanel!

In our last bit of news on celebrity babies, country musician Lee Brice and wife Sara are expecting their second son. Their new baby will join son Takoda (3).  Lee tweeted about his wife, “The only thing more beautiful than my Sara, is my Sara carrying my second little baby boy! I’m gonna be a daddy again!!!”  Way to go, Lee.  Those are words every mom-to-be wants to hear!

Keep up with even more on celebrity babies on Leading Lady’s Facebook, Twitter and Google+.  See ya there!

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Breast Cancer Awareness: Breastfeeding and Breast Cancer

As we all know, October is breast cancer awareness month.  This is an important topic because one in eight women in the U.S. develops breast cancer in her lifetime.  Unfortunately this statistic proves that the disease will affect all of us at some point in our lives, whether it’s personal, through a friend, family member or colleague.  Although there is not a cure, breast cancer is treatable, and millions of women are now survivors.  Part of breast cancer awareness is not only celebrating victories, but embracing the small ways we can decrease our likelihood of cancer. Together we can educate women on signs, risks and precautions, and share important information on lifestyle factors, such as the connection between breastfeeding and breast cancer risk reduction.

Breast Cancer Awareness_Image courtesy of glcgroup.comThe war against cancer is ongoing, but raising awareness about breast cancer in October and year round are important ways to inform and protect women. Like most cancers, early diagnosis is a key factor successfully treating breast cancer.  That means knowing the symptoms and risk factors, getting regular screenings and making lifestyle choices to support breast health.  The American Cancer Society is an excellent resource and we’re boiling down some of their most important messages:

Symptoms of Breast Cancer and Regular Precautions

Every woman’s body is different, including her breasts.  Know what is normal for your breasts is the best way to identify when something is not normal.  Take note of normal hormonal changes throughout the month, as opposed to sudden changes that may indicate something more serious.

Most women know that a lump or knot in the breast or underarm is cause for a visit to a physician, but there are many other signs of breast cancer.  Swelling, redness, discharge, dimpling or any type of rash on the breast or nipple can be a symptom.  Often breast cancer causes the breast to change size or presents as a persistent pain in one spot.

Every woman, from teenagers to seniors, should perform a regular self breast exam.  Your gynecologist should also do a manual breast exam at your yearly checkup.  Most physicians recommend mammograms beginning at age 40, but depending on your personal health and familial risk factors, they may not be necessary every year.  Other screenings such as MRIs or ultrasounds may be required depending on your risk factors as well.

Risk Factors of Breast Cancer

There are several uncontrollable and lifestyle-related risk factors related to breast cancer.  It is important to know if you are at an elevated risk so you and your physician can be vigilant of any changes to your health.

Breast cancer is more common in women over 55 and more common in white women than in African-American, Asian, Hispanic and Native-American women.  Heredity plays a role in two ways:  the gene mutation can be passed down from a parent and having a family history of the disease also increases a woman’s risk.  Additionally, women with dense breast tissue and benign breast conditions may be more likely to develop breast cancer.  It is also believed that women who have been exposed to more estrogen for longer periods of time are at an increased risk.  That means women who started menstruating early and went through menopause late, or women who have had hormone therapy treatments may have a higher risk of cancer.

Lifestyle Factors of Breast Cancer:  The Good and the Bad

Breast Cancer Risk Factors_Image courtesy of Health.amWe do have some control of our risk of breast cancer, at least statistically speaking.  First, the good news:  Women who have children, especially before the age of 30, are less likely to get the disease.  Breastfeeding and breast cancer also have a slight correlation.  Some studies suggest that women who breastfeed a total of 1½  to 2 years may reduce their risk of breast cancer, possibly because she will have had less menstrual cycles in her lifetime.

Much like many other health conditions, being physically fit, physically active and maintaining a healthy weight are important for our bodies to function properly.  Excessive alcohol use and smoking have been linked to increased risk of breast cancer, as well as other types of cancers.

Join us in spreading breast cancer awareness by learning the signs, risks and precautions, and telling your friends and family.  Together we can help women detect early and continue to improve the survival rate.

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Nursing Tank Tops, Perfect for Fall Layering

Leading Lady Nursing CamiNursing tank tops are the perfect undershirt for nursing moms.  With cooler weather upon us, layering is the key to comfort as we transition from summer to fall.  Weather may still be warm outdoors during the day, but cool at night.  Plus, you never know when the AC will be cranked up indoors.

Layering starts with a great undershirt that is functional, comfortable and stylish, of course.  For breastfeeding moms, and even moms-to-be, nursing tank tops are ideal because they meet all of your needs.

Functionality…check!  Nursing tank tops have a built-in nursing bra.  Simple nursing clasps provide easy access while covering your midsection.  They also look just like the tank tops you wore pre-pregnancy, so you can pair them with cardigans, jackets, button down blouses, dresses and more to complete your functionally trendy outfits.

Leading Lady Nursing Polka Dot CamiComfort is essential.  With Leading Lady’s soft cotton blends, the fabric on our nursing tanks will feel almost as soft as your sweet baby.  Coupled with supportive, adjustable straps and an inner nursing bra sling for extra support, you may not ever want to take off your nursing tank!  (And that’s ok because they make excellent pajama tops, too!)

Square Neck Racer Back Nursing CamiEvery nursing mom wants to look good and there is no reason to sacrifice style while breastfeeding.  Leading Lady’s nursing tank tops come in a variety of styles, from solid, sophisticated nursing camis, polka-dots and stripes, to unique neck and back designs and empire waist silhouettes.  Fun colors, patterns and cuts ensure you’ll always have the right nursing tank to fit your wardrobe and you’ll look good whether you’re wearing yours as a stand-alone top or as a layer.  Our full coverage tops ensure you are prepared to wear them any way you choose.  For expectant moms or those looking for longer tanks, certain styles are available in long versions as well.

So grab your nursing tank top and cardigan and head out in style this fall.  Right now when you buy three or more nursing bras or nursing camis, get $5 off each.

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Glowing and Growing, The Latest on Celebrity Babies

It’s a beautiful day to talk celebrity babies!  And we have some exciting news for you.  Check out the latest in today’s celebrity baby report:

Morena Baccarin_Photo Courtesy of Just JaredGlowing at the Emmy Awards

At the 2013 Emmy Awards last Sunday night, Homeland star Morena Baccarin lit up the red carpet with her pregnancy glow.  Due any day now, she was determined to attend the awards show to celebrate her first nomination.  She joked that her doctor would be her date, or at least be on stand-by in her limo during the ceremony.  Morena was stunning in a red, flowing Alexander McQueen gown.  The sweetheart neck and empire waist were the perfect accents for her baby bump.

Bouncing Baby Boys

Mario and Courtney Lopez_Photo Courtesy of CelebrityBabies.People.comWe’re sending a huge hugs and kisses to the newest celebrity babies…all boys!

“Extra” host Mario Lopez and wife Courtney welcomed their second baby on September 9.  Baby Dominic joins sister Gia in the Lopez family.

Jordana Brewster and producer husband Andrew Form brought home baby boy Julian, who was born via surrogate.  The Dallas star is overjoyed by their new addition!

Baby boy Camden Quinn is the first child for newly weds Jonathan Schaech and Julie Solomon and was born September 12.

Babies on Board

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt_Photo Courtesy of CelebrityBabies.People.comThere are new buns in the oven for some of our favorite celebs.

British actress Emily Blunt is pregnant!  This will be their first child for Emily and her hubby John Krasinski, who wed in 2010.  Emily praised her husband’s unwavering support in a recent interview with People Magazine, “When I feel the support I have from him, I feel invincible. There’s someone behind you on your good days, and someone in front of you on your bad days.”

Newlyweds at heart, Thandie Newton and writer/director husband Ol Parker are keeping their spark alive and expecting their third child to join daughters Ripley (13) and Nico (8).

Country singer Jessie James and Denver Bronco wide receiver Eric Decker just announced their pregnancy as Jessie’s baby bump is beginning to show.  Whichever footsteps this baby follows – music or sports – the little tyke can’t go wrong with such talented parents.

Come hang out with Leading Lady on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for even more celebrity baby news!

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National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: A Voice behind Ovarian Cancer

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and we’re focused on educating women about the disease.  It is one of the less common forms of cancer, but one of the deadliest among women because it is hard to detect, especially in the early stages.  We blogged about the risk factors, symptoms and signs in Amy’s Corner earlier this month, and we strongly encourage you raise your own awareness of ovarian cancer and spread the word to others.

Erika's Journey: The Endless MiracleOne way we’re helping bring attention and a voice to ovarian cancer is through the e-book, Erika’s Journey:  The Endless Miracle.  Erika was the best friend of Danah Bordner, LPGA golfer and spokesmom for our sister brand Loving Moments by Leading Lady.  Erika chronicled her battle with ovarian cancer in this book.  “It’s an inspiring, true story that we hope will educate and encourage those affected by cancer,” says Danah.  The book also gives a patient’s perspective on what to say to patients, caregivers and loved ones who are struggling with terminal illnesses.

We hope you will download Erika’s Journey:  The Endless Miracle on Amazon.com, Apple iTunes, BarnesandNoble.com and Kobobooks.com.  We think you’ll find Erika’s story to be an incredible tale that will touch your heart and inspire you to be a champion for this cause.

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