When you get that positive pregnancy test, you can't wait for the next milestone: telling your family and friends. Check out the fun ways these expectant parents shared their big baby news.
Say what? A controversial new book says there's a lot you can put back on the menu when you're pregnant.
I will admit it: I have always been obsessed with baby names for some strange reason. Not just for my own selfish possible-future-baby-having reasons, but because it's just interesting to see what names are popular year to year.
It had to come sooner or later: There is now a way to announce your pregnancy on Facebook. In the "Friends and Family" section, you can now add "Expected: Child" as one of the family members, and announce the baby's due date (month, day and year), as well as its sex and name. Would you announce your pregnancy on Facebook?
Neil Patrick Harris and his partner, David Burtka shocked us all when they recently announced that they are expecting twins this fall via a surrogate. While we were still trying to come to terms with the idea of Doogie Howser having not one, but two babies, the actor goes and drops another shocker—he's thinking about leaving Hollywood to join the ranks of other famous stay-at-home dads, like Matthew Broderick. Well, according to PopEater's Rob Shuter, that is.
What's the first physical change Kourtney Kardashian noticed in her body after realizing she was pregnant? "My boobs got really huge," she tells People. Not that she's complaining. As anyone who's watched Keeping Up With The Kardashians knows, the Kardashian girls have no problems enjoying their bodies. And in Kourtney's case, pregnancy hasn't changed that. "I'm really embracing it," she says of the ten pounds she's gained so far. "I feel like it's such a beautiful thing, that every woman who goes through it should embrace it."
Even though Star Magazine reported earlier this week that Neil Patrick Harris and his longtime partner David Burtka were using a surrogate to have a child together, the reports are not true. Neil released a statement that said they are currently not expecting a baby but went on to say that maybe someday they will!
Former Girl Next Door Kendra Wilkinson and her fiance, Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett announced that they're expecting a baby and could not be more excited about the news. She told E! news, "Hank and I are thrilled to announce that we are expecting our first child together. We are touched by the outpouring of support by our family, friends and fans." The couple is set to get married on June 27th at the Playboy Mansion.
After such a horrible year for Jennifer Hudson and her family, it's so nice to report that the former American Idol contestant finally has a reason to celebrate. According to the Chicago Tribune, Jennifer and her fiance, former Flavor of Love contestant turned aspiring wrestler, David Otunga, are expecting their first child. Jennifer's longtime family friend Felicia Fields says a baby shower was held over the weekend in Jennifer's hometown of Chicago describing it as a "quiet gathering of friends and mostly family."
No, they haven't actually made an official announcement about their baby-to-be's gender. And yes, we are still four months away from said baby's delivery date. But if Star Magazine and their "exclusive" story are to be believed, Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband of seven years, Freddie Prinze, Jr., are expecting a girl.
Former Saturday Night Live star Maya Rudolph and her partner, There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson, are expecting their second child, Rudolph announced Tuesday on The View. "Somebody spilled the beans, but I'd rather break it here," Maya told Barbara Walters. "I'm having another one. I've got another bun in the oven. No. 2. I'm so excited."
Three weeks ago, while performing at Radio City Music Hall, Seal made a big announcement about his family. "[The] topic outside our hotel is, 'Is Heidi having another baby?'" he told the audience. "Heidi and I are having another baby!" The music venue erupted in cheers. Celebrity blogs went nuts. And almost immediately, interviewers began asking: "Will it be a boy or a girl?" "We'd be happy with either," Heidi told Us. "But it would be a lie if said we all weren't hoping for a girl —— especially Leni, because she would love to have a little sister." Fortunately for Leni, 5, the time for hoping has already come to an end, and the time for celebrating has fully arrived. Because, as Seal just told Oprah on yesterday's episode of her show, he and Heidi are indeed expecting a girl.