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I'mStillME! Organic Baby Bibs In Hot Demand By Celebrities

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snipshot_e41adk8qos3q.jpgThe company, I’mStillMe!, has released some new organic baby bibs called OopC! that are being scooped up quickly by Hollywood moms. The OopC! bibs are made from 100% organic cotton. The company with the strange name is also selling organic travel pads, changing mats, and burp cloths.

Everyone’s favorite celebrity baby news site, Celebrity Baby Blog, has the scoop on some A-listers that have been buying up the goods in droves. From their article,

“Since January, Gwyneth Paltrow has ordered a dozen of these super double-duty burp cloth/bibs for son Moses Martin. Said she couldn’t be without them while filming in London! One new Hollywood grandma who must rename nameless ordered 56 OOPCs – that’s nine for each of her six homes. And, just last week, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott sent a sweet thank you for the OOPCs they received as a gift for baby Liam McDermott.”

Six homes?! Grandma’s lucky she chose to remain nameless as we would be quick to blast such excess. Granted, buying 56 organic bibs is a step in the right direction.

Just kidding.

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