Friday, December 15, 2006
Thursday, December 14, 2006
The singer is currently on tour in Europe and called hip celebrity baby boutique Petit Tresor to make sure the presents would arrive in time for the holidays.
People magazine reported that Aguilera told boutique owner Nina Takesh, "I want to give them something adorable for the colder weather."
The star chose two blue cashmere schoolboy sweaters for $129 each for Spears' sons Sean Preston and Jayden James.
Spears herself also called Takesh for advice on what to get her children for Christmas.
Spears asked for "something matching and playful" and chose two Kaloo chairs shaped like teddy bears for $85 each.Source
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
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Tuesday, December 12, 2006
My dreams lately have been so disturbing and so vivid. Does this mean something might be wrong with me or the baby? Not at all. Pregnancy dreams, especially in the last trimester, are often vivid and scary--and this is completely normal. Such dreams may provide a way for your subconscious to deal with any fears and insecurities you no doubt have about pregnancy and impending motherhood. In her book Pregnancy and Childbirth, Tracie Hotchner writes, "Dreams have an important function at this time in your life. Think of them as messages, information about yourself that you have no other way of finding out. Dreams are things to discuss, ideas to recognize." What do they mean? You may have a panicky dream in which you leave the baby unsupervised, lose her altogether, or fumble some simple task like burping your child--scenarios that may signal you're fearful of the demands of mothering. Dreaming that you're running away, falling from a great height, or trapped in a room may express your concern about losing your freedom. Other common dreams reflect concerns over changes in your looks or in your marriage, what your baby will look like, or whether you're preparing yourself for motherhood properly. What do I do about these dreams? Listen to them and know that they're normal. They're often easy to interpret--a dream that you can't feed your baby is most likely reflective of your fears that you won't know how to take care of a new baby. Although such dreams can be disturbing, regard them as an opportunity to read the tea leaves of your inner thoughts. Once you examine your fears, you can often confront them openly--either with your spouse or healthcare provider.Source: adoptionblogs.com pregnancy baby pregnant new born infant pregnancy weekly dreams pregnancy dreams
Though, pregnant women are usually the ones who dream vividly, you may find your partner is also having memorable dreams about the changes that lie ahead of you both. By using your dreams as a touchstone for discussion, you may find them a useful mirror and tool. You may even get a good laugh out of them.