Jennifer Lopez: how rich people get ready for baby

Filed under: Bump Watch, Celeb Kids, Life & Style, Celeb Parents, Baby Essentials, Decor

They haven't officially announced a pregnancy, but I think we can safely assume that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are going to be parents. Besides the rather noticeable bulge around J. Lo's middle, there is the fact that the couple were spotted doing a little shopping at Petit Tresor, an upscale baby boutique in Los Angeles.

OK! Magazine reports that Lopez and Anthony visited the store Wednesday and dropped a whopping $50,000 on nursery decor. According to a source, the theme for the room will be Nursery Rhymes and will include custom-painted murals on the walls.

$50,000 is a lot of money to spend getting ready for baby (or babies), but that is just the beginning. Friends and family wishing to buy a gift for the new addition(s) have an expensive list of items from which to choose. The couple's baby registry includes a gorgeous Garden Bunny Chandelier, a Mink Rug, and an adorable little Princess Trike. Interesting note - they are requesting only one of each item. Maybe she's not carrying twins? Also, according to the registry, the baby is due May 10th.

If you are looking to get a little something for Christina Aguilera or Nicole Richie, you can choose from the few items on their lists. Happily, Miley Cyrus, aka Hannah Montana, does not have a gift registry listed.
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