Politicos, rejoice! Former First Daughter, Chelsea Clinton, has declared 2014 "The Year of the Baby," which means we could hear the pitter-patter of some politically-minded little feet very soon. Chelsea told Glamour that the loss of her maternal grandmother in late 2011 spurred her to have some deep discussions with her husband, Marc Mezvinsky—including when they would start a family (may we suggest starting this November?). The two, who have been married for three years now, have decided next year is their year. Woo-hoo!
No one could be happier about the baby news than former Secretary of State (and rumored frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee), mom Hillary Rodham Clinton. She can't wait to be a grandmother! "She asks about it every single day," Chelsea tells the magazine. Who could blame her? Babies are so cute, and as a grandmother you get to reap all of the benefits of cuteness without all of the everyday responsibilities of parenthood.
Since leaving her job on Wall Street, Chelsea has been working along with her parents, Hillary and former President Bill Clinton on the family's foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative, trying to make a real difference. "For when we do have children, I want to help make sure we've got a world I want them to live in," she explains.
What a lucky baby to be brought into such a legal and political dynasty. I can't help but wonder what sort of grandparents Bill and Hillary will make. I feel like Hillary will be the disciplinarian of the two (fair, but strong with a little wiggle room for all-out spoiling), where Bill will be sneaking Little Clinton an extra cookie when no one else is looking, and playing jazz, teaching him or her about "real music" in between family-wide chats around the dinner table on current events. The big question is, will Bill pass down his nickname of "Bubba" to the new bundle. I vote yes, but Chelsea may have something to say about that!
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