Style maven Rosie Pope recommends what to wear during pregnancy, how to plan for baby's birth, and more essentials for moms and moms-to-be.
Giving Birth: What To Bring to the Hospital
Rosie Pope shares a few key items you won’t want to be without on delivery day.
Beyond the Birth Plan
You’ve made clear your wishes for the birth you hope to have—Rosie Pope shares a few other don’t-miss details.
to delegate to your partner. Whether it's a phone chain, or group text message , or even Facebook, make sure to get the message out. And of course, everyone is gonna be dying for a picture. So
Rosie Pope's Style Tips for Mom-to-Be
Pregnancy style guru, Rosie Pope, gives practical advice for looking great with baby on board.
tell you the things that you need to look for in a diaper bag . First thing is it does not need to look like a diaper bag . This is one that I designed. It's called the London Shopper and it looks like a no bag that you're going to
Rosie Pope's Style Picks for Kate Middleton
Rosie Pope recommends three chic outfits--from a casual weekend look to all out glam--all inspired by Kate Middleton's style.
is the look you've got [unk]. A tailored shirt, a pair of khaki pants . This Parisian flats is a perfect look. Kate has a lot of obligations, whether it's ribbon cutting , going to schools, libraries, and she needs to look real and elegant but very comfortable. I designed this dress, which is very, very comfortable. It's a cotton in a very wiggle emerald green . We've seen her in this color a lot before. It also has a lace detail to make it very feminine but the
Rosie Pope Dishes on the Royal Baby
From baby names to William and Kate's future parenting style, Rosie Pope answers your questions about the royal baby.
likely to name the baby after a monarch that's still living, like Queen Elizabeth . Third of all, the baby will probably have multiple names-- maybe even four-- like Prince William . Then, maybe or not, somewhere in it Princess Diana but it's very unlikely to be the first name. Some of the names that have been flying around are names like Henry or Louie, and for girls, like Victoria and Caroline. Traditionally, the royal family in England has had a very hands-off parenting style and in general, lets staff raise the children. But Princess Diana and also Princess Anne really broke this mold. And I really think William and Kate are gonna follow in that style after Princess Diana , and be very loving and very hands-on and not have so much staff around all the time, and really take care of that baby. I think people are very concerned about what chances this royal baby has at a normal child life. But, you know, it has just the same chances as William and Harry have had. And they are gonna be in the public eye that they're gonna be surrounded by very protective people. And the thing about being in the royal family as opposed to being a celebrity is people do respect their wishes a little bit more. So if they need privacy, they
Rosie Pope Gets Personal
Rosie Pope dishes about her top parenting pet peeve, how she stays organized, and why she loves being a mom.
I'm Rosie Pope and I'm a contributing editor to Parents Magazine and I'm here to answer some of your questions. What my biggest parenting pet peeve is the fact that my kids will not stand still when I'm getting dressed. The baby squirms around, my toddler runs everywhere,
Rosie Pope Solves Your Parenting Dilemmas
From potty training to picky eaters, Rosie Pope weighs in on our readers' toughest parenting challenges.
to try and push it aside so we can enjoy each moment. Sweet dreaming can be a very controversial subject. So I'm gonna tell you my first experience. I normally sleep training my kids between around