Before I proceed to massage your throbbing ovaries with photos of adorable kids, let me explain what I mean by “big, serious” celebrity babies. “Big, serious baby” is a phrase Ami uses to describe babies who are not necessary large in size (although it helps) but have a weighty seriousness to their demeanor. Some babies are super giggly and smiley and then some babies look like they found out they owe $20,000 in back taxes or have just finished reading Angela’s Ashes. Personally, I think a big, serious baby is almost cuter than a smiley baby, but let’s face it, they’re all adorable and I’ll take one of each! So, here are some of Hollywood’s most big, serious babies, thinking big, serious thoughts.
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Meet Arthur. Arthur’s mom, Emily Cleaver, is a photographer and she likes using him to reenact classic scenes from movies. Here he is, rocking a solitary tear, in “The Blair Witch Project.” Consider this reason #3872 that I want a baby: using said baby as an adorable prop in my creative endeavors. Click onward to see Arthur in classic scenes from “The Godfather,” “Alien,” and “Rambo: First Blood,” amongst others. And check out his mom’s blog — with tons more photos of Arthur working the camera — here. [Flavorwire]
Babies these days. They’re so different from when I was one. Moons ago, when I was a drooling, waddling blob of cuteness, if you handed me a magazine, well, truth be told, I probably would have tried to eat it. Today’s babies? They don’t eat magazines. They just think of them as nothing more than broken iPads.
Check out this video of an adorable baby trying to use a magazine like an iPad. Welcome to the future, my friends. Read more…
What’s that sound? Your ovaries exploding. Behold Sloane, who is 4 months old, lives in New York City, and enjoys dressing up as a gnome. (I thought this was a boy, but Amelia says it’s a girl.) According to Ohdeedoh, Sloane appears to be part of an epidemic sweeping baby land in which cute babies are being dressed up as garden gnomes. Sloane’s mom made this outfit by hand, which is pretty darling. Who knows how long it will be before the hipsters pick up on this trend and gnomes roam Williamsburg? [Ohdeedoh] Keep reading »