Remember when Mariah Carey painted her pregnant belly with butterflies and tweeted about how happy she was carrying her little twins? It was so cute. But now she’s sort of telling a different side of her pregnancy story, and to be honest, it’s not cute at all. It’s kind of sad. The Grammy winner told Gayle King that she felt like her body looked “rancid” during her gestation and would hide her body from husband Nick Cannon. She went on to say something like it’s important to her to be able to feel her bones and she didn’t like that she couldn’t while she was pregnant.
Feeling her bones? Feeling rancid? Sort of depressing, right? Read more…
Beyonce’s known for her lavish and constricting performance costumes, but has her style changed now that she’s expecting a little diva? Well, she still goes for lavish, but the silhouette of her garments is much looser. She still dresses the part of “the hottest chick in the game” on the red carpet, proving that pregnancy doesn’t have to decrease style.
I probably won’t win too many fans with this statement, but it’s been on my mind for the past few years. I don’t think second-, third-, fourth-time etc. moms should have a baby shower for every pregnancy. The baby shower should be reserved for new moms only!
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Pregnancy is a miracle unto itself. So when you hear about a woman claiming to have gotten pregnant from a character in a 3-D porno film, you can’t help but have your mind blown. Is this the immaculate conception of the 21st Century or the world’s most creative excuse for cheating? You decide. Click through to see more of the craziest pregnancy stories. Some real, some not, all insane. [Buzzfeed]
“Quite frankly, I can’t stand it any more. I spend most of my time either sitting down or lying down. I can’t drink or smoke any more. I’m in a hurry to get it over with.”
— French First Lady Carla Bruni is so over this pregnancy thing. Glad to hear we’re not the only ones who think nine months sans booze sounds insane. Carla is passing the time with her feet up, reading 17th century French playwrights, and feeling “happy but fat.” Her bébé is due any day now — and so is her long overdue glass of vino. [Guardian UK]