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Episode 7:'s Associate Editor rejoices in Baby Skyler's birth and his shoe collection.

Finally! Finally the world sees how Rachel went to the hospital.

I know, I know, I could't resist. I broke from our usual formatting to give you that little triffle. Frankly, that moment could stand as my entire recap. It filled me with that much glee that it could summarize the entire Rachel Zoe giving birth experience, but we're full service here, and I'm going to give you a little more. I've grown attached to you in these six episodes so far. Now let's go back to the start, Coldplay-style.

How Many Chanel Sweaters Does It Take For Rachel
After Rodger desparetly tries to have everyone let Rachel relax (yeah, right) the team assembles to pack Rachel's overnight bag for the hospital. Hilarity, and debate over how how heels effect who-has, ensuses.

Personally, as a woman who doesn't believe in sweatpants either, I don't think a loose fitting Chanel sweater is a terrible idea. Hooker boots, maybe a bit much, but the rest of it seemed sensible enough.

Diamonds are for Babies
While Joey is off in Simms City (obsessed with the dress she wore. What a stunner), Rodger is hunting for a push present for Rachel. Instead of letting the hotel staff do it for him, he heads to Neill Lane to find just the right diamond. I was torn about which beautiful bauble I loved most (if your holding a gun to my head it's the earrings), but since Rodger was told Rachel was giving Neill "the finger" he went with the ring. Not a bad choice. I can't wait to see Rach.

Rachel, being a lover of the spontaneous and also the last minute preparation goes into labor early. Of course, this means her superstitious ways have caught up to her and that baby Sky is sans nursery. Hmm, if only there were someone who's a pro at decorating in a snap they could call.

Oh right, Jeremiah

I was so happy to see his shining face, particularly after his sad sack chat with Mandana. It's all going to be ok buddy. You'll find a job that suits your talents, just install this giraffe crib bumper first . . .

Oh and give us a walk through of Baby Berman's wardrobe.

Backseat Driver
I'm not going to lie, I got a touch choked up listening to Rodger talking about Sklyer being in the backseat of the car. It was such a precious way to think of a family, as a little team driving off into the sunset together. I imagined countless road trips (well drives to photoshoots and shows) with these three amigos on the move together, and it touched my little heart. Particularly seeing RZ strap little skyler in was just too much. It's happening. Team Zoe has its newest member

Next week Rach and Rodg adorably fight over the baby, and the little tot gives the most satisfying burp ever.

I Don't Have Man Boobs

Rodger comments on Rachel's makeover and explains why he thinks they can handle another child.

First and foremost I have never had, nor will I ever have, man boobs! (As Rachel was teasing me about.)

Don't get me wrong, getting styled by Rachel is awesome, even for me, but she usually just ends up shopping for herself. Although I must say, it' good to know that my wife likes the way I look, if you know what I mean! With duds like this I hope we'll have baby number two on the way in no time.

Speaking of having more kids, I know that Rachel and I could handle as many kids as we wanted, it’s all just about prioritizing and time management. Rachel is such an incredible mother, I think it would be so amazing if we had another child that could be Sky's best friend -- just like Rachel is with her sister, Pam.

And obviously, I know that Rachel has always wanted a little girl that she could turn into a mini Rachel. At the end of the day, the decision is really to relax, not make a decision and just see what happens.

In this week's episode you all finally got to see the finished product of DreamDry! We couldn't be prouder of how it turned out, and you can really see all the blood, sweat, and tears that went into it (and believe me, all three went into it!) It took a lot for us to give in to the idea of not being able to micro-manage every last detail, but the team really pulled through and the end-result couldn't be any better.

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