People Magazine reports that the former Saturday Night Live star and his wife, Viveca Paulin, are expecting a third child.
The star, 42 and Ms. Paulin, 40, already have two sons, Magnus, 5 ½, and Mattias, 2 ½. The third child is expected to be a boy.
You’ve got to hand it to the mom. Jumping around with Will Ferrell alone has to be exhausting. I can’t imagine a house full of four of him.
The new baby is in January 2010, according to Ferrell’s representative.
Ferrell starred in last summer’s Land of the Lost. He also had a Broadway show early in 2009, featuring his George W. Bush impersonation that was nominated for a Tony Award.
Spa Baby European-style baby tub let’s you large baby in a natural way for the baby. Covers the baby with water rather than allowing baby to get cold while water is spread over baby.
$45 for translucent and new Eco version made out of recycled plastic.
Features fill line to control water level for baby.
I was skeptical about this category but after seeing this and Tummy Tub, this looks like a better alternative to the horizontal bath tub.
Innovation allows small pets to pass through. Baby n Pet Gate – $24.99
Baby monitors are one gadget that mom’s give dad permission to buy. The technology is advancing rapidly. Here are three new ones that might get you excited about outfitting the nursery:
DECT Baby Monitor SCD 520/00 does the regular listening stuff but also monitors the temperature in the baby’s room so there’s one less thing for mom to worry about on cold winter nights. $150
Best View Handheld Color Video Monitor has a 2.5 inch screen and a strong digital image. The camera in the baby’s room is controlled on the monitor side and you can pan, zoom and swivel it to take in the whole room. $199
r Mini Baby Mo Mini Baby Monitor vibrates and makes noise when baby makes a sound so you can strap it on and “hear” the baby even during a party or while vacuuming. $100
This just in from the Armenian Medical Network website (story available also in Russian).
I love the “failure to launch” reasoning.
Italian men become fathers at a later age than any other nationality, and do little or nothing to help their wives once their babies are born, statistics office Istat said Thursday.
Italian men have their first child at an average age of 33, compared with younger than 31 for fathers in Spain, France and Finland, Istat said.
Part of the problem is that many Italian men live with their parents for longer than elsewhere in the world, with 40 percent of 30-34 year-old Italian males still staying at home.