Sunday, May 15, 2011

Boy Girl Diet Re-Launch!

Out with the old, in with the new! has undergone some major design overhaul and we hope you will take a look at all the special details we've added. The slideshow is my favorite. How can you not ooohh and ahhh over all those adorable baby faces? We've also added a clean, fresh look to the entire website, adding fun colors and new designs. The Gender Diet's are exactly the same, however the documents also had a design overhaul and now we are all matchy matchy :). For the customers ease, the diets are now downloadable instantly from your receipt. What a convenient more waiting for that diet to be e-mailed to you. This will help you get started right away, because we understand that clock is ticking. We've integrated social media adding facebook, twitter and linkedin. Don't forget to friend, follow and tweet us. We want to keep you informed and are always up to date with the newest research and information. Our biggest change to the program has been adding the NEW supplement packs. Sold separately from the diet, these supplement packs will enhance and support the Gender Diet in making the necessary changes, for the body to favor conception of your chosen gender.
Suffice to say- you spoke and we listened! We love the new site, we feel it is modern and user friendly and we hope you do too. We've added plenty of testimonials and we hope you don't forget to keep sending them in and don't forget a photo of your precious bundle of joy. Your testimonial helps us help others! We LOVE hearing from you and as always we encourage your feedback.
Today, May 15, 2011 is the official re-launch date of and we are glad to be celebrating together. Cheers!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Mariah Carey's Baby Names Announced, Are Predictably Weird - E! Online

Mariah Carey's Baby Names Announced, Are Predictably Weird - E! Online: "Yesterday, we got a hint as to what Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon would be calling their newborn twins: both names start with an 'M.'
Well, Mariah apparently thinks the world has scratched its head long enough (although after seeing the monikers they decided upon, a little more may be in store), and finally revealed the full names of her bundles of joy.
So what are they?
'Mariah & Nick reveal the names of #dembabies,' a tweet sent out on Mariah's Twitter mere moments ago read.
So, world, please welcome...
'Monroe Cannon & Moroccan Scott Cannon!'
Play Stars Sound Off on Bin Laden's Death Play Mariah's Hubby Tweets Baby Joy Play The Soup Blog: 'Pregnant in Heels' Well, that's better than Nicki and Mario, which were our best guesses. Stars—not as egotistical as we thought! (Yeah, we're looking at you, Will and Jada.)
So how did the duo come to reach those monikers?
Well, as for their boy, Moroccan (and yes, that's Moroccan, not the slightly more acceptable Morocco), whose nickname will be 'Roc,' the odd name has a sentimental meaning for the couple. The Moroccan Room is what Carey has dubbed the top tier of her Manhattan apartment (it's Moroccan themed), and also happens to be the location of Nick's proposal.
The boy's middle name of Scott is not only Nick's middle name, but also the maiden name of Cannon's grandmother.
As for their daughter, Mariah's rep confirmed that Monroe was indeed named after Marilyn Monroe, who has long been an inspiration for the singer. Unlike her brother, Monroe does not have a middle name. How come? Well, like mother, like daughter: Mariah doesn't have one, either.
All right. Forget what we said about that whole egotistical thing."

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Royal Wedding Fails to Increase Popularity of 'Royal' Baby Names

(LONDON) -- If you thought the royal wedding would inspire new moms and dads to name their babies either William or Kate, you’d be wrong. Data analyzed by the folks at reveals the two names have actually declined in popularity during the past year.

Researchers compared the popularity of the names in the first three months of 2011 with the first quarter of 2010 and discovered William is down 66 percent and Kate is down 60 percent. The name of Prince William’s brother, Harry, rose 24 percent while the name of Kate’s sister, Pippa, saw no change in popularity.

In 2010, William was number 23 on the year’s most popular baby names list while Kate was number 93. Harry was ranked 398 and Pippa was number 2,345.

Linda Murray, global editor-in-chief at, says 36 percent of moms who visit the website say they find name inspiration in famous people and characters, but when a name becomes associated with one specific celebrity, or in this case, with royalty, it declines in popularity or, if already unpopular, remains so.

On the other hand, Murray says while the royal wedding may not trigger a rise in the popularity of the names William and Kate, the names the couple choose for their children will definitely start a trend.