I am impressed by the talent of this cake topper artist who crafted such a tiny, adorable baby face with perfect features. I also think that the person who actually eats the edible fondant baby at the baby shower should be reported to Child Protective Services. Munch, munch, munch. [Etsy]
A few weeks ago I found myself in a peculiar situation. But first, let me give you some background.
I live in New York City but grew up in Akron, Ohio, which is located in a region where landscapes switch between cement tundra and golden cornfields as quickly as one pop song flips to the next on your car radio. In a way, this is emblematic of the people who reside or have resided there: we shift easily between modern-liberal and traditional-conservative thought (hence, a swing state). In my 27 years, I’ve seen this dichotomy play out in two key scenarios: the presidential election of 2004 and a recent trip home to attend my first non-family member baby shower. Keep reading »
Over the weekend, Scott Disick (wait, you don’t know who he is? Keep up people, he’s Kourtney Kardashian‘s baby daddy. Yes, the guy with the overly-gelled hair) had what Kourtney has dubbed a “man shower.” To celebrate the fact that, come December, he’ll have a rugrat, Scott met up with his friends Kevin Federline, Cisco Adler, and Shwayze in Miami for a night of male bonding. [People]
Their “man shower” wasn’t actually all that showery—they basically went to dinner and then a club—but we fear that now that guys are carrying murses and even breastfeeding, they’ll want to start having baby showers, too. After the jump, a few “man shower” ideas that we genuinely hope never catch on. Keep reading »