News Roundup: Cougar Fail; Mom Fail; Mr. T. Win

Cougar Fail

After being denied a kiss yesterday by a neighbor 39 years her junior, a 92-year-old Florida woman allegedly returned to her home, retrieved a .380 semi-automatic handgun, and fired several shots into the man’s residence.  Well, no wonder — she wasted an entire Sharpie on him!  [Smoking Gun]

A mom confesses that she loves her son more than her daughter.  Complete with a picture of them.  There goes her “Best Mom Ever” mug for Mother’s Day.  [Babble]

Daily Mail breaks this important story wide open:  “Pregnant Jessica Alba makes fashion misstep as she teams socks with garish peep-toe platforms!”  [Daily Mail]

Because no Friday would be complete without a post with pictures of babies dressed as Mr. T. [BuzzFeed]

Taking peek-a-boo! to a whole new level of creepiness:  New PreVue Pregnancy Belt shows the world your womb. [Insider]

Your daily dose of “awwww”:  This pillow deserves a kitty treat.  [The Berry]

Rachel Zoe Welcomes a Son, Shamelessly Copies My Family

Celebrity stylist-turned-reality star-turned QVC maven (I may or may not have bought one of her sequined berets) Rachel Zoe and husband Rodger Berman have welcomed their first child, a young lad named Skyler Morrison Berman. He weighed in at 6 lbs., 12 oz. and is 20 inches long.

I know, right?  SKYLER.  As if it’s just a coincidence that she named her son after my daughter.  Just a little too obvious in her copycat ways, if you ask me.  But, in the interest of their happy moment, we’ll pretend it is indeed just a coincidence…

“Mom and Dad ‘LITERALLY’ could not be happier or more in love with their son!” the couple said in a statement.

For those of you who aren’t fluent in “Zoeisms,” which I sadly am, the Rachel Zoe clan LITERALLY says “literally” every other word.  Literally.

Rachel, 39, later Tweeted, “Thank you all so much for your love! [Rodger] and I couldn’t be happier with little Skyler Morrison in our arms … he is everything.”

Congratulations to the Zoe-Berman crew!  If Skyler follows in his dad’s fashion footsteps, I fully expect him to be wrapped in scarves and terrycloth robes at all times.