Daphne Oz of ABC’s The Chew Donates to Jessica Seinfeld’s Baby Buggy

Daphne Oz Collage 1Daphne Oz of ABC’s The Chew teaming up with Bravado Designs and Medela to help mothers in need. Oz has partnered with Bravado and Medela to donate over $128,000 worth of Bravado nursing bras and Medela breast pumps to Jessica Seinfeld’s Baby Buggya non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need across the country with essential equipment, products, clothing, and educational services for children aged newborn-14. Founded in 2001 by Jessica Seinfeld, Baby Buggy works with a network of more than 100 community-based organizations to distribute new and gently used essentials: from cribs to strollers to clothing and bottles, all of which are vetted for safety. [Read more…]

Celebrity Parents Turn Out For Baby Buggy’s Bash – Bridget Moynahan And More

The 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash

It was a perfect day out for celebrity moms and kids yesterday as Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld hosted the 2013 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash sponsored by Johnson & Johnson at Central Park in New York City.

Turning out for the event were celebs like Bridget Moynahan and her son Jack, Mariska Hargitay and her son.  Also spotted: Garcelle Beauvais with sons Jax and Jaid, as well as Debra Messing and her son Roman.

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Jerry Seinfeld’s Kids Aren’t Spoiled Rich Kids

Stars Attend SELF Magazine's Women Doing Good Awards

In a recent interview with the New York Times, comedian Jerry Seinfeld shared that his kids, Sascha, 12, son Julian, 9, son Shepherd, 7, aren’t the spoiled rich kids you might think they are.  In fact, the kids think HE is a little spoiled and spends too much on fancy cars!

Jerry, worth an estimated $800 million, says that his kids aren’t into material things. In fact, when his wife Jessica bought their daughter Sascha an iPhone 5, she requested that they get her something cheaper after she explained it was a “mean-girl phone”.  His son Julian told him that he’s spoiled and asks him to sell some of the expensive cars he collects.

The doting dad says having kids has given him a new lease on life.  He says that after kids “there was this whole other quadrant of my brain lying there dormant. Kids give you something. If it wasn’t for my kids, I’m pretty much done with living. I could kill myself. Now there’s something else to live for.”

You can read the full interview at the NY Times site.  It’s long, but worth the read!


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Celebrities Support The 10th Anniversary Of Baby Buggy

Baby Buggy®, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with clothing, products, and more for children, held its 10th Anniversary Gala on Monday at Lincoln Center.  The event, A Night of Comedy with Jerry Seinfeld & Friends, featured standup from Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, and Colin Quinn.  1,400 people attended the historic Gala, which raised nearly $1,000,000 for Baby Buggy.

Among the guests in attendance – Julianne Moore, her husband Bart Freundlich, and their son Cal.  Other celebrity couples pictured: Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, Jerry Sienfeld and his wife Jessica (who is the founder and president of Baby Buggy), and Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness.

Jerry praised his wife’s hard work:

“I’m very proud of what Jessica has created in Baby Buggy and amazed at how many people it has helped.  Baby Buggy has been like a member of our family.  We all volunteer, and as a parent, it’s been fun watching it grow from unruly infant to precocious 10-year-old.”

Mark Consuelos joked with wife Kelly during the event:

“Your my co-host in life, so I don’t need to co-host your show. And no we are not having any more kids!”

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Jerry & Jessica Seinfeld Encourage Their Kids To Be Different

While on Anderson Cooper’s new talk show Anderson, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld admitted to encouraging their children to be “weird.”

“I think it’s fun to be funny and I push it on the kids, too,” says Jerry, who admits that he tells his children, “Don’t be embarrassed. When you’re acting silly, it feels weird, but this is what makes life more fun.”

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