Normally I think of fedoras as exclusively the accoutrement of douchebags and Frank Sinatra impersonators. But somehow little Skyler Berman — the Big Serious Baby of Rachel Zoe and husband Roger Berman — can totally get away with it. Lil’ Sky-Sky (I can’t confirm that this is an R. Zoe-approved nickname, but one can imagine) wore the offending baby hat out on a hike with his sartorially-inclined parents. Nice jumpsuit on Ms. Zoe, by the way. On most anyone else it’d look like a knockoff gas station attendant uniform, but on Rachel Zoe, it looks tres glamorous. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Most would probably agree that the sight of a dad holding a baby in one of those swaddle things is basically the hottest thing ever because it touches on two primal urges — the desire to f**k and the desire to procreate. I’m not saying all women want kids, but a glimpse of a hot dude holding a ridiculously cute baby is enough to make even the biggest kid hater go “hmm…” Said effect was evidenced when we first saw Jay-Z holding that little bundle of Ivy Blue. Seriously. Come on. In honor of Father’s Day, we’ve rounded up DILFS holding babies. Keep clicking for more proof.
Rachel Zoe and Rodger Berman’s son Skyler is walking on his own! Wearing checked pants, a cream sweater with a white shirt, and white shoes — the 1-year-old looked confident as he made his way across the parking lot.
However Skyler ended up getting fussy and the celebrity stylist needed help from her husband and nanny.
The tot always looks fashionable on outings. The” Rachel Zoe Project” star has admitted she loves dressing up her little boy. She once told InStyle it was easier to style him than some of her celebrity clients. Read more …
Babies are so lazy. They lie back in their strollers and get pushed around everywhere. They’re given everything they want just by screaming and crying. They’ve even got people wiping their butts. Babies just got even more obnoxious: that is, the babies with their very own hot tub. A bath and shower company has launched the $2,185 BluBleu hot tub for very fancy babies. Ten air jets will pump bubbles on their tiny tuchuses and underwater LEDs will emit blue, indigo and violet lights for “chromotherapy,” aka color therapy. We’re certain these babies will land themselves in actual therapy when they outgrow this miniature hot tub in 12 months. [The Week]