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Oh baby! Congratulations are in order: Lauren Conrad and husband William Tell welcomed their second child, son Charlie Wolf Tell. The happy couple shared the exciting news on Lauren's Instagram in the most artistic way too: an adorable water color painting revealing the new family of four including now big brother Liam James Tell (and their two dogs).
"There are so many things that go into preparing for a little one! I'm so glad I was able to find all of my pregnancy and baby essentials in one place, through Amazon's Baby Registry," Lauren tells E! News exclusively. "It's helped me and my family prepare for being a party of four!"
We highlighted some of her favorite picks below—head over to Amazon to see Lauren's full baby registry. Best wishes to the lovely family!
The Honest Company City Backpack
This vegan leather bag's structured design is both super functional and stylishly chic, for baby, mom or dad. It features a large insulated pocket for snacks or bottles, five interior pockets and a travel bag to keep you organized and de-cluttered. The included changing pad has a zippered pocket for wipes and other diapering essentials. Also available in mulberry, black and rose gold.
UPPAbaby Vista Stroller
Before you balk at the price, remember this is a double stroller. And 81% of its Amazon reviews are five stars. The stroller features one-step fold with or without seat attached and includes a full-size front- or rear-facing toddler seat with multi-position recline, a bassinet, a toddler seat rain cover, a toddler seat bug shield and a bassinet bug shield.
Comotomo 8 Ounce Baby Bottle (2 Count)
Comotomo baby bottles are deisgned to most closely mimic breastfeeding to reduce bottle rejection and nipple confusion issues. The wide-neck design allows easy cleaning by hand without a brush, but the bottles are also safe in dishwasher, microwave, boiling water and sterilizers.
—Originally published Aug 8, 2019, 3:00 a.m. PT