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Shopping with Rosie Pope: How to Buy the Best Baby Gear and Maternity Clothes

Rosie Pope is synonymous with all things maternity fashion. Even if you’re not sporting heels throughout your pregnancy, there’s still a lot to learn from the style guru, entrepreneur, and mom of four (her youngest was born this March!). Pope also recently gave birth to another endeavor, Rosie Pope Baby, a line of chic baby clothes and accessories.

Behind the Scenes: The Danielle and Kevin Jonas Baby Shower


The Gifts!  See the great baby (and mama) gear Kevin and Dani received.

Gear and Gifts for Baby Jonas


Behind the Scenes:  See photos from the shower, including Danielle's baby bump!

Baby Shower

The baby and I have been thoroughly, lovingly showered, and man, everyone was right about waiting to buy clothes! I sorted everything by size and type and it fills half the nursery floor.

When You Want to Build an Eco-Friendly Baby Registry

There's nothing like a burgeoning new life to make you consider the planet’s future. So as friends and relatives prepare to shower you with baby gifts, it’s natural to want the greenest items possible. But attaching heavy-handed preconditions to your baby shower could cause the event to seem more like a sermon than a celebration.

Baby Shower Guide 2010

With summer here, it's baby shower time. Showers can be a fun opportunity to honor the impending arrival of a new little one, but they can also be stressful.

When you think of a baby shower, you expect to see a group of excited women dishing out presents while huddled around the proud mom-to-be. But it doesn't have to be! Whatever the mom-to-be wants, that's what the mom-to-be gets—whether it's a simple tea party for six or a blowout bash that includes everyone she knows.

Your Baby Registry

Limit your list. Use constraint so gift givers aren’t burdened with exhaustive printouts, and be sure to list both expensive and inexpensive items. Find out what you really need, too: “Study baby-product books and get honest feedback from experienced parents first,” advises Kate Ward, editor of TheBump.com.

Read the fine print. Determine each store’s privacy and gift-return policies. Web purchases may have to be returned by mail.

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