It's time we admitted something: In the vast swaths of the country where it remained bitterly cold all winter, all anybody did was chow down and screw around, with perhaps the occasional binge-watching break. The evidence: babies. Lots and lots of babies.
Over 61,000 babies were conceived via IVF in 2012, which means 1.5 percent of America’s 3.9 million births that year were ushered in that way. It was the biggest year for IVF on record, and those numbers are the culmination of a rising trend over the last ten years.
Natalie Portman's rep has confirmed to People that the actress is pregnant and engaged to Black Swan choreographer Benjamin Millepied. All other tabloid editors are kicking themselves right about now for failing to detect the baby bump.
As first-world luxuries go, here's one bit of modern absurdity that I've actually always seen the point of: the baby planner. Well, to a point:
Whenever the Duggars and their mega-brood come up, someone inevitably asks: is the body designed to bear that many children? Good question:
The latest must-have for the terminally busy and frivolous is a baby planner. According to ABC, moms like hospital administrator Jennifer Rein hire companies like inBloom Baby Planners to "help set up her baby registry and nursery, arrange private CPR classes for Rein and her husband, do product research to make sure…
What's with the baby boom among the rich and famous? In the past few weeks, we've seen celeb cooches pop babies out faster than Lohan and Samantha Ronson used to shove coke up one another's, er, noses. On June 12, tennis player Lindsay Davenport, model Eva Herzigova and TV "personality" Nancy O'Dell popped out a few…