It's official, Bravo has a case of the babies! And since we're completely ga-ga for Rosie Pope, we're proud to welcome the Baby Talk recap to the world, which dishes on some of the best moments of baby mama drama from each episode. (We wouldn't want to over stimulate you.) So buckle up your car seats, it's going to be a (baby) bumpy ride through the Upper East Side.
I have to say it was a little off-putting how unexcited Sarah and Jon were when Rosie showed up to design their guest room nursery. As was their fear of anything being "baby-fied" given that they were in fact having a baby.
However my favorite part of Rosie's time with Sarah by far was when they went shopping for strollers. The sheer look of terror on Sarah's face when confronted with all the options seemed more appropriate for the Haunted Mansion than a baby boutique, but hey, we all have our phobias. And watching her jab at that Maclaren stroller in four-inch heels really drove home the whole Pregnant in Heels visual. But the best was Rosie's comment, "Sarah was not born to stroller fold." I guess "stroller fold" is a verb that's par for the course when you're a pregnancy concierge.
Luckily Rosie was able to get them excited with a fabulous new nursery (complete with Space Invaders decals). I guess they finally gave in to being "baby-fied" after all.
The baby name summit was some serious branding business. I was relieved they didn't carry the branding idea too far and name their child Gucci or Target. But I guess those would fall into the "decorative" category, so there's no way that would have happened.