Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Pregnant In Heels: Did You Watch?

Yesterday, Bravo showed us some baby mama drama with their new show Pregnant in Heels. I wasn't dying to see it, but I did anyway. It follows Rosie Pope, a maternity wear designer (who I've featured here before), but also a mommy concierge, and basically all-things-baby guru.

To be honest with you, I don't think I'll watch it again. I wasn't impressed at all. The shallowness of her clients is nauseating and their demands such as creating a "highly intelligent" focus group to name their baby is just down right laughable.

The first episode also included a couple who were not too baby friendly despite being 9 months pregnant. They had absolutely no baby furniture and firmly believed that a baby should not be "the center of your universe." They also wanted nothing "baby-ish" in their apartment because it would clash with their modern decor.

Part of their contract was for Rosie to create a nursery for them, and other then the glider she chose, I was really disappointed with her selections. Not that I have the right to complain, since I'm not her client, but if I were I would have been extremely let down with the mediocre nursery she produced. Especially since I'm sure her fee don't come cheap.

So move over Rosie Pope--if I had clients that wanted a clean/modern/minimalistic boy nursery, these would have been my selections paired with a nice blueish/gray wall color:

What do you think?


  1. your nursery?! Awesome!!!! Wow about the couple not wanting anything "baby-ish." Poor child!

  2. Thanks!! I know they didn't want anything bright or colorful, poor thing. But they did come around in the end once they already had the baby.

  3. way awesome... really...move over ms.pope...but i actually think a weekly blog about how you would come up with better ideas would be amusing. you can call it your weekly redo in

  4. That's not a bad idea! Thanks, I might do that. :)


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