Pregnancy Cravings Talk + Belly Bump Dressing at the GQ Men of the Year Party


Me and James at the GQ Men of the Year Party

James and I got out for a date at the GQ Men of the Year Party. And what do you talk about at such a party? Pregnancy cravings, of course. People documented my silly speak of needing non-gelatin gummy bears from the UK at 4 A.M. one morning. I’ve since found out that I have options for such a product here in the country (yay! but not helpful for the early morning NEED).  What have been/are your pregnancy cravings?

And why no gelatin you may ask? Gelatin is created by boiling skin tendons, ligaments and/or bones and usually comes from cows or pigs. I’m not really into that. I prefer to use a seaweed derived product, agar agar, (available online and at natural foods stores) for my gelatin needs. Just to confuse you, this product is occasionally marked as gelatin in the ingredients, although companies will usually proudly list it as agar agar.


Me, James, Jesse Tyler, Weird Al Yankovic, Suzzane Yankovic and Justin Mikita

As for the fun stuff, it’s always nice to have a reason to get dressed up. That said, it’s getting more and more difficult to dress the bump in a flattering fashion.  Last night was all about being creative. I’ve had this gorgeous robe from Agent Provocateur for a few years now that we had a seamstress line and sew up to create my gown for the night.  I paired it with Aldo shoes and a Jimmy Choo clutch. James was in a Todd Snyder wool plaid suit, Tommy Hilfiger shoes and his favorite, Gallant & Beau socks.  Unfortunately, I was ready to fall asleep at the dinner table half way through my meal.  Hot date I am these days.

Tell us about your cravings and give up those baby bump dressing tips below!

9 Ways to Help Victims of Typhoon Haiyan


More than 9 million people have been affected in the Philippines since Typhoon Haiyan swept through the land, killing an estimated 10,000 people.  Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced and are now struggling to survive without food, shelter or clean drinking water.  Mashable has listed 9 Ways to Help Victims of Typhoon Haiyan.  Please help in any way you can so that we can keep the death toll from rising and serve those in great need.  

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