Alyssa Milano & Milo: Family Day

Alyssa Milano & Milo: Family Day

Who’s the boss now?

Alyssa Milano‘s adorable son Milo, 3 1/2 months, is the center of attention while out on a shopping trip in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday (December 11). While being carried by his mom, sleepy little Milo was doted on by his attentive grandparents.

New mom Alyssa is part of the star-studded cast of New Years Eve that recently opened. The Garry Marshall-directed flick – that also features Jessica Biel, Halle Berry, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sofía Vergara, Seth Meyers and Robert De Niro among others – has the dubious distinction of topping the worst box office weekend since 2008.

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  1. Yve

    Oh what a lovely boy! I love the name!
    But what I just don’t get: why do many vips carry their babies like this? Don’t they know that it is a really unhealthy position for the little bodies? Do they want to show the babies’ faces to the paparazzis world?
    Or is it just common in the US?

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    • VeronicaRamos

      She actually has posted a couple pictures of her son on Twitter, and she’s free to do it (I’m not hating!), do I think she’s not afraid of “showing him”. I think they live in a ranch out of LA, so they don’t have their pictures taken every day.

      And I agree about the way they carry the children. But, I don’t know, maybe she was out for 10 minutes and that’s not bad at all, right?

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    • Anonymous9

      It’s very common, here, and not just among celebrities. Kid still feels mom’s body against them for security and they get to look around and experience their surroundings. I’ve never seen any study, or been told by my doctor, that that position is in any way unhealthy.

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      • Yve

        Carrying a little body that way is bad for its back (too straight) and for its hips. Look at Milos unnatural posture!!
        Plus, imagine all those impression he gets! Light, people! How cosy an comforting could his mums body be? A four-month-old baby needs safety, not variety!
        Sorry for my straight opinion, but I really feel sorry for all those little peeps!
        Yve

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    • Anonymous9

      It’s very common, here, and not just among celebrities. Kid still feels mom’s body against them for security and they get to look around and experience their surroundings. I’ve never seen any study, or been told by my doctor, that that position is in any way unhealthy.

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  2. NYC Mommy

    My understanding is that you should not put a baby front facing in a baby carrier until they can hold their head up by themselves. Which is usually by 6 months at the latest. Most people I know who use infant carrier will put them front facing around 4-6 months.

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  3. Jade

    Nawww Milo and Alyssa both look cute who cares what way she hold milo she likes were he is

    xoxo Jade

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