Unique Baby Gifts: Celebrity Picks
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Unique baby gifts are the order of the day when someone you love is welcoming a new member of the family. Sure, you could go with a clever diaper cake or a cute layette set, but those are both so expected. Why not think beyond the bottle warmer and opt for something celebrity-inspired instead?
A-list Hollywood parents always seem to have the best of everything and their baby products are no exception. What are these high-profile parents unwrapping at their baby showers and buying for themselves? Read on to get the inside scoop on celebrity-approved and totally unique baby gifts.
Storksak Diaper Bags: Mom-of-six Angelina Jolie was photographed all over the world carrying her Storksak Gigi Chocolate Diaper Bag while dad
Serena and Lily Baby Bedding: Ever wonder why Jennifer Garner's little girls always look so happy? Maybe it's because Violet and Seraphina sleep through the night in the luxurious comfort of Serena and Lily bedding. Although the upscale brand is quite pricey, this celebrity pick just became available in a new lower-priced line, making it possible for the rest of us to afford this stylish and unique baby gift.
Born Free Baby Feeding System: With no BPA, phthalates or PVC, these glass and plastic baby bottles and feeding accessories have been embraced by celebrity parents everywhere. Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Richie, Jessica Alba and Kourtney Kardashian, all reach for these eco-friendly products at mealtimes and now you can, too. With a starter set priced at around $25, Born Free baby bottles make for exceptionally affordable and unique baby gifts.
Oopa Baby Slings: Moms have been carrying their infants in baby slings for centuries, but Hollywood moms have made baby-wearing stylish. Oopa Baby Slings are made from luxurious fabrics and come in tons of colors and patterns, making them the top choice for fashionable moms such as Michelle
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