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  • Thursday, 17 December 2015

    Very Best Baby and Pregnancy Movies forever

    Baby Mama
    The Angie shift in with Kate and high jinks ensue, but Kate doesn’t know that Angie’s IVF procedure didn’t work and that she’s lying about being pregnant. Angie later finds out she actually is pregnant, but it’s her own baby with ex-husband Carl.
    Baby Boom
    J.C. loses her job and her boyfriend, and she moves to Vermont. After suffering a nervous breakdown and buying a house that’s falling apart, she strikes it rich by starting a gourmet baby food company. We wanted to make baby food just like Diane! Maybe this movie started the whole homemade baby food craze?
    Nine Months
    Charming Hugh Grant plays a guy who hates kids and freaks out when his girlfriend, played by Julianne Moore, finds out she’s pregnant. Our favorite character is the bumbling Russian OB/GYN, played by Robin Williams.


    Look Who’s Talking
    We’ve got to admit, we love all the _Look Who’s Talking _movies. Pretending to get in the minds of babies — it’s hilarious! Plus, Bruce Willis is the voice of the baby, Mikey. What could be more ’80s than that?

    Juno
    Who knew teen pregnancy could be heartwarming and sarcastic? Sixteen-year-old Juno (Ellen Page) gets pregnant by her friend and quasi boyfriend, Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera), and decides to give the baby up for adoption.
    Three Men and a Baby
    Three bachelors are living the life in New York City when a baby is suddenly dropped off on their doorstep — and it turns out one of them is the father. If you love the idea of seeing grown men make some pretty ridiculous bloopers while taking care of a baby, you’ll dig this one. Plus, who doesn’t love Tom’s Selleck’s ’stache?

    Junior
    First, Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a gynecologist. Second, he impregnates himself using a fertility drug he and his colleague (played by Danny DeVito) created. If you were looking for the most outlandish baby plot in movie history, you’ve found it.

    Waitress
    Keri Russell plays a waitress who desperately wants to get out of her relationship with her abusive husband. She bakes amazing pies and is looking to run away by winning a pie contest, but finds out she’s pregnant. Although she doesn’t want the baby, she slowly becomes attached to her future daughter. We love that it’s still a heartwarming and whimsical film — even though it deals with the touchy subject matter of abuse.

    Life As We Know It
    Similar to Baby Boom, Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel (swoon!) are left as the guardians of their goddaughter after their best friends die in a car crash. Katherine’s character is no-nonsense, while Josh’s takes some time to warm up to the baby and fatherhood.

    Away We Go

    John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph play expectant parents who are trying to figure out how and where to raise a family.