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Today’s Darling comes to us from Diane, the owner of The Velveteen Rabbit, in Chesapeake, VA. Her delightful granddaughter, Ryann (9 months-old),  looks happy as a clam (pictured with mom) and peaceful, snoozing in her swing no doubt with visions of flowers and butterflies in her dreams. Wouldn’t you if you were wearing Le Top’s “Flutterbye Butterfly” one-piece romper or the rabbitmoon “Geranium” collection capri jumper. Congrats to Ryann on being crowned the Le Top Darling of the Day!

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Double the fun with today’s a-lister birthdays! Happy birthday to twins Vivienne and Knox Jolie-Pitt who turn 3-years-old today! They will be celebrating with their family brood that includes Maddox, 9 1/2, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 4 1/2…and of course mommy and daddy Angelia Jolie and Brad Pitt – all a stylish family! Vivienne and Knox would look adorable in rabbitmoon for their big day!

Vivienne could be comfy and stylish sporting in rabbitmoon’s Geranium Collection smocked babydoll dress!

Contrasting floral and dot patterns in carnation pink, chiffon yellow, and chocolate brown accent this smocked, charming baby doll swing dress. Soft stretch cotton adds comfort, while pink tulle lace ribbon sleeve trim adds stylish detail. Back snaps allow for plenty of options to layer bloomers, tights or leggings.

Knox will have a rumble-and-tumble birthday in these comfy and cool threads from the rabbitmoon Splash Collection’s linen shorts and stretchy cotton retro tee.

Seal blue soft linen blend short with ocean blue piping can be dressed up or down. Pull on elasticized waistband makes dressing easy, while belt loops add style. Contrast stitching around decorative fly matches embroidered wave detail, and functional contrast ocean blue twill tape side pockets polish the look.

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We couldn’t be more thrilled for actress and mom of two, Denise Richards, for becoming a mom again! Richards, 40, just adopted a baby girl domestically. Eloise Joni Richards is named after Denise’s mom (Joni), and Denise and daughters Sami (7) and Lola (6) chose the name Eloise. Shortly after the news broke last week, Richards posted a message of appreciation to her fans on Twitter. “Thank you all for your sweet messages,” she Tweeted. “The girls and I are over the moon and so is my dad Grandpa Irv…xo” Richards’ first two girls are going to be a great team with new sis Eloise! We think Eloise would look so cute in our rabbitmoon  Geranium Collection summery tiered ruffle bubble

This soft stretch geranium print cotton bubble one-piece is designed with dainty pink-on-yellow dot tiered side ruffles and lettuce ruffle shoulder straps. Pretty-in-pink tulle ribbon detail makes for ultra-feminine cuteness. Elasticized ruffle cuffs, along with back and underneath diaper snaps for convenient dressing.

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Rabbitmoon "Geranium" Smocked Baby Doll Dress

Watching plants grow is a learning experience for children. Planting an herb garden with your child can help her understand where her food comes from and develop an appreciation for growing plants and gardening. Many herbs are easy to grow, making them a perfect introduction to gardening for kids. With summer here and plenty of sun, you might consider growing all you need to make your cooking sing in your own garden or backyard. Herbs don’t need much space and you don’t need to be a green-fingered wizard, either. You don’t even need a garden! In fact, you can start with a few pots on a windowsill or in a small sunny corner. When the plants are mature, you can all enjoy sampling the herbs you grew together.

The easiest herbs to grow are mustard and cress (and they go well in lunchtime egg mayonnaise or roast beef sandwiches!).

Take several empty egg cartons and fill the hollows where the eggs sat with cotton wool. Sprinkle on mustard and cress seeds and water gently. Place in a sunny spot and the seeds should germinate in about a week. Keep the cotton wool moist while the herbs are growing. Harvest with kitchen scissors when the plants are 4-5cm tall and add to egg mayonnaise, potato salad or roast beef sandwiches.

Step 1
Decide whether to plant your herb garden in indoor pots, outdoor containers or directly in your garden. Start with thyme, rosemary, marjoram, basil and chives, recommends the University of Rhode Island. Plant indoors only if you have a window that provides at least six hours of sunlight every day or if you have access to a grow light.

Step 2
Sit down with your child and open the seed packets or look at the seedlings. Explain to him that the seeds are the brain of the plant. Purchase rosemary and chives as seedlings for better success.

Step 3
Amend your outdoor soil by working an organic fertilizer such as compost or soil mix into your garden with a trowel. Spoon potting soil into your containers, making certain the pots have drainage holes. Explain to your child that the soil amendments give your herbs the necessary nutrients.

Step 4
Have your child to sprinkle the seeds directly on top of the garden soil or into containers, following the planting directions for spacing. Be generous when planting herbs from seed to allow for inevitable seed loss. Lightly cover the newly planted seeds with soil. Tell your child to mark the row with a stake or plastic spoon.

Step 5
Dig a shallow hole in the soil for the purchased seedlings. Loosen the plant from its container. Give the plant to your child and help her set it into the prepared hole. Place the top of the root ball level with the top of the soil. Ask your child to push soil around the plant, packing it firmly so the seedling does not move.

Step 6
Water the new plants and seeds immediately. Water outdoor plants frequently in dry weather. Ask your child to water your indoor plants with a watering can. Watch for the seeds to push a tiny green stalk and leaf through the soil and look for new growth on the seedlings.

Step 7
Fertilize your plants using an organic herb fertilizer. Show your child how to thin the new plants by gently pulling out the smallest plants. Watch for insects, advises Utah State University, even though herbs usually attract fewer insects.

Step 8
Use the fresh herbs in recipes you and your child make. Pinch leaves directly off the mature plants and sprinkle on salads, in sauces or casserole dishes. Involve your child by asking him to get the herbs from your herb garden before you begin cooking.

Have fun!

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Think PINK for Pink! The singer, 31, announced yesterday via Twitter the birth of her daughter, Willow Sage Hart, in Los Angeles. “We are ecstatic to welcome our new beautiful healthy happy baby girl, Willow Sage Hart,” Pink wrote. “She’s gorgeous, just like her daddy [Carey Hart]. #beyondblessed”

Cheers to the new parents and the birth of Willow! We think she might just have to visit our Rabbitmoon baby gifts page and pick out her favorite outfit for her new little one.

These Rabbitmoon outfits could be adorable picks!

Geranium Collection Tiered Ruffle Bubble
Empress Collection Ruffle Bubble 
Rose Plush Blanket 


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Photo by Abbey Drucker

Actor-director, David Schwimmer, and his wife, photographer Zoe Buckman, are the proud parents to their first child, Cleo Buckman Schwimmer. Their baby girl was born on Sunday, May 8 in New York City.

Schwimmer, 44, made the announcement through Twitter on Tuesday, where he tweeted “Hey everyone. Please welcome my daughter, Cleo, to this crazy but wonderful world.” He also posted a photo of his daughter on his WhoSay page.

Rabbitmoon’s “Geranium” stretchy and soft capri jumper in  a beautiful lemon chiffon would be so cute on little Cleo with it’s ruffled dot print shoulders and pink tulle ribbon yoke.

After their meeting in London, Zoe, 26, reportedly moved to Los Angeles to be with him. The pair tied the knot in June 2010 after dating for 3 years.

Schwimmer is reprising his role as the voice of Melman in “Madagascar 3.” He most recently directed the Clive Owen and Catherine Keener film “Trust” that was release in April.

Rabbitmoon "Geranium" Capri Jumper

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Giants quarterback Eli Manning, 30, welcomed a baby girl with wife Abby on Monday, March 21.

Baby girl Ava Frances wasn’t due until April but arrived early, weighing 7-pounds, 4-ounces. This is the couple’s first child.

The college sweethearts married in April 2008 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. According to the NY Post, the couple has expanded their home by adding a “baby wing” to accommodate their new family member. Congratulations to Eli and Abby!

You know this baby will be gorgeous. We think our Rabbitmoon “Geranium” capri jumpsuit would complement her beautifully this spring!

Rabbitmoon "Geranium" capri jumpsuit

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