- Baby names celebrities choose
- How celebrities handle picky eaters
- Where celebrities shop
- Celebrities who choose not to circumcise
- Celebrities who had their first baby after the age of 40
- How celebrities get their 2 year old to stop picking her nose
- How celebrities teach their babies to poop in the potty before the age of 6 months
- Ways celebrities conceive babies
I just don't get this fascination with celebrity moms and dads. Do people really think that, because a celeb buys a certain stroller that that makes the stroller the best? Don't they realize that it just means it's expensive and that the manufacturer is going to exploit the consumers' need to do what celebrities do? Come on people.
I don't get the fascination. I do enjoy watching certain actors in film and on television. But I couldn't care less how they're raising their kids or what items they're buying to help them in this endeavor. I prefer (and always have preferred) to discover things for myself. If I see something I like and it makes sense, I'm sold. And there were times when I checked something out based on rave reviews of a friend or two. But, thankfully, I have NEVER bought something because a celebrity had one. To be honest, I'm just stubborn enough to NOT purchase an item if I know a celebrity owns one. LOL
But, back to this fascination young parents seem to have with celebrities. Do they think their little ones will grow up to be rich and famous? Do they think that their little ones will be smarter in school and life? Do they think their little ones will draw more attention? Do they think they, themselves will be held on a pedestal? Is it nothing more than morbid curiosity? Or is it ridiculous obsession? Are they not happy with themselves? Do they not trust their own judgement? Do they not realize that being a celebrity parent doesn't mean you're a better parent?
What, exactly, is the deal?