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Pregnant in Heels Episode 1

Pregnant in Heels Offers a Look into Extreme Baby Planning

Oh the trials and tribulations of wealthy moms-to-be! Last night's series premiere of Pregnant in Heels introduced us to the world of Rosie Pope – a baby concierge who helps rich New York women design their nurseries, hire nannies, improve relationships with husbands, and, apparently, select baby names. Mitch and Samantha are about to welcome their third child and are seeking help naming their baby-to-be. Rather than pore through books and websites, they have Rosie put together a focus group of academics (a poet, a magazine writer, a linguist, and a branding expert) to aid them in choosing a name that will "scream success." I won't spoil it with the name that is ultimately agreed upon, but let's just say it is – unexpected. The show definitely shines a light on extreme baby planning, but as a "been there, done that" mom, I found it to be a fun indulgence. Did you tune in? Dish with me in the comments below!

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cdelaney cdelaney 5 years
My thoughts exactly! ^^
Rebecca-M-Gruber Rebecca-M-Gruber 5 years
I thought it was interesting that the family was going to such an extreme to pick a name for their third child - were they unhappy with the first two?
lauren lauren 5 years
WOW! That was an intense two minutes! I am curious what the expert team came up within terms of names!
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