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Giveaway: Photo Card Creations

Giveaway: Photo Card Creations

Photo Card Creations is a leading online retailer of premium custom photo cards, announcements & invitations. They specialize in wedding, baby, party & holiday cards. They are passionate about providing exceptional quality products & customer service. Their cards are designed using current trends by talented graphic artists who work with each client to customize their cards to reflect their own personal style.

They have hundreds of Card Designs & a variety of Paper Types to choose from, many of which are hard to find elsewhere. Their cards are printed on the highest quality paper using leading edge printing technologies. Their easy to navigate website makes searching through their card designs effortless & their user friendly Ordering System & Fast Turnaround make ordering cards quick & easy!

Celebrity clients include Alimi Ballard and Jeff Bagwell.

We are giving away a $100 Gift Certificate to 2 lucky readers!

Also exclusive to our readers is a 20% discount. Enter LINK20 in the PROMO CODE field section at the order form during checkout.

*HOW TO ENTER* 2 winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest. There are three ways to enter the contest. Please do one of the following to be entered.

  • Follow @celeb_babyscoop – You must be a current follower 3/27/10 to be eligible.
  • Retweet @celeb_babyscoop and include the hashtag #celeb_babyscoop – Only one retweet will be counted per person.

This contest ends Friday, March 26 at 7:00 pm EST. This contest is open to Continental U.S. residents only. Good luck!
*contest rules*
Congratulations to the winner of our Olio giveaway: Liz!

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Maggie Gyllenhaal & Her Gorgeous Girl

Maggie Gyllenhaal & Her Gorgeous Girl

Maggie Gyllenhaal and her adorable 3-year-old daughter Ramona were spotted playing at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday (March 20). The mother-daughter duo enjoyed the sunshine and warm weather as they played outside. What a difference a few weeks makes! We just saw the pair bundled up on the streets of Brooklyn.

On taking her Oscar-nominated role in Crazy Heart, the 32-year-old mother of one said she felt a strong urge to return to work.

I had this surge of a feeling that I needed to do something for me. I was also a woman and an actress and not just a mother.”

Ramona’s father is Maggie’s husband, fellow actor Peter Sarsgaard.

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Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie’s Breakfast Bunch

Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's Breakfast Bunch

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were spotted with three of their six children – Maddox, 8, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3 1/2 – in Venice, Italy on Sunday (March 21). The group were spotted boarding a gondola after having breakfast at Palazzina Grassi.

We just spotted Angie and the kids, including 6-year-old Pax, out and about in the gorgeous city of canals last week. We’ve also seen the twins Knox and Vivienne, 1 1/2, enjoying Venice with mom and dad.

The Jolie-Pitts have been in Europe since last month while Angie works on her latest film, The Tourist, costarring Johnny Depp.

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    Josh Duhamel Wants Fergie’s Kids At “Some Point”

    Josh Duhamel Wants Fergie's Kids At "Some Point"

    Actor Josh Duhamel, 37, and wife Fergie, 34, definitely want to have children someday, but not just yet.

    “We’ll go there are (sic) some point,” he told PEOPLE while promoting his film Life As We Know It at the ShoWest convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    In the film, Josh plays the father to an orphaned child – a role which he says taught him an important lesson about fatherhood:

    I learned a lot from these kids. The amount of patience it takes, I guess, is the big thing.

    “Thank god my wife is incredibly patient,” he added about Fergie. “I’m patient, but she’s incredibly patient. She’s a great teacher.”

    Last year Josh chatted with Men’s Health about marriage and movie-making:

    I want to do good work, but having kids and a life outside of that is important. If you don’t have anyboy around who loves you, then what’s it all for. You’re just lonely in the end.

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    Camila Alves Keeps Her Vida Close

    Camila Alves Keeps Her Vida Close

    Camila Alves kept her 2 ½-month-old daughter Vida cozy and covered by a blanket as the two were spotted at LAX on Sunday (March 21).

    Camila and her brood – including daddy Matthew McConaughey and son Levi, 1 ½ – have been in and out of airports quite a bit lately. Earlier this month the family of four spent some time together in New York City while Camila promoted her hosting gig on Bravo’s Shear Genius.

    Recently, the 28-year-old mom-of-two, admitted that though her children will be raised bilingual, their father has yet to perfect his Portuguese:

    He’s not good at it at all. Sometimes he tired to mis things up, but he’s not good at it. Levi is actually better at Portuguese than he is!

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    Kelly Rutherford’s Childbirth Tips: Vizualize & Meditate

    Kelly Rutherford's Childbirth Tips: Vizualize & Meditate

    Childbirth can be a scary prospect for many first-time moms-to-be, but Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford has a few tips for those whose delivery dates are looming.

    The 41-year-old mom-of-two recommends “meditating, getting quiet and talking to your baby” throughout the pregnancy. Also, she tells Hollywoodlife.com, start “visualizing how you want your birth to go, visualizing the baby in the right position and visualizing a healthy birth.”

    Kelly, who is mom to kids Hermes, 3, and Helena, 9 months, reveals that childbirth was a more positive experience the second time around. So what made the difference?

    “I had a lot more support and it made it a lot easier,” she says. “I had a mid-wife with me, even though I delivered at the hospital. I had someone with me that I knew knew what was going on. It was really, really helpful.”

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