Cupid's Pulse Article: Source Says Zoe Saldana is PregnantCupid's Pulse Article: Source Says Zoe Saldana is Pregnant

By Laura Seaman

An inside source tells that Zoe Saldana is pregnant! The actress and her husband Marco Perego, married last year in secret, are expecting their first child together. While Saldana has not announced this herself, the insider says that she is three months along. The star had just thrown a baby shower for her sister Mariel Saldana Webb earlier in the month.

What are some things to keep in mind for a dual baby shower?

Cupid’s Advice:

Dual baby showers can be a lot of fun, especially when the moms-to-be are close to each other. It’s celebrating an important step in life that you’re both taking together. It also cuts down on costs and lets mutual friends and family celebrate two babies with one party instead of planning and taking time to plan a celebration for both. However, a baby shower is important to a mother and dual showers have to be planned so that both mothers feel equally special.

1. Consult both mothers on every decision. This means the food, venue, and games. If one mother makes more decisions than the other, it may feel like the party is more for one woman than the other. This can create bad feeling between moms and guests, or just make things a bit more awkward, and nobody wants that!

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2. Do activities together yet separately. This sounds confusing, but it’s very easy. To avoid making guests choose which mother to focus on, have them play games, open gifts, and cut cake together. However, each mother needs to feel like she is special. Don’t have them open gifts at exactly the same time, but have them take turns each time they open a gift. Get two cakes, or have one mother cut each end of the cake.

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3. Prepare for more guests. There are more mothers, so there are going to be more guests. Even if the mothers-to-be know each other, they are bound to have some friends or family that the other doesn’t. Keeping this in mind, plan for more people when thinking of games and food. You don’t want to have a game meant for a small gathering being played by a huge group. Stock up on everything!

Have you had a dual baby shower? Tell us about it in the comments!