Who Needs A Stroller? Gwen Stefani Gives Baby Kingston A Stylish Ride

10/25/2006 at 06:00 AM ET

More than one reader asked us: “Do you know what kind of slings Gavin and Gwen have been using? It looks as if baby kingston is very secure.”

It’s true! Baby Kingston does always looks comfy and adorable in the slings parents Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale tote him around in. Now, your little tike can be too. Gwen’s funky reversible leopard/orange one from The Rockin’ Baby Shop, is totally sold out for now, but check out the others they do have by clicking here. FYI, Gwen is in good company– Angelina Jolie and Courteney Cox are also fans of the Rockin’ baby slings. Gavin’s simple black one and Gwen’s white floral one (not pictured) are both from the OOPA Baby Shop, whose celebrity fans also include Kate Hudson and Brooke Shields. Kingston might be spotted in his slings for awhile since they are sturdy enough to hold infants and toddler. Could Hollywood be saying good-bye to strollers? — Andrea DeSimone

To see more readers’ questions answered in Off The Rack, click here.

Photo: Friolo-Flores/Splash News; Jean/AAD/star max

FILED UNDER: Gwen Stefani , Little Ones

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Jen on

Wow. People sure do get riled up over something so innocent. Carrying her child in a sling isn’t gonna harm him, isn’t causing any problems, and frankly, is quite adorable. Although I kinda despise the term “wearing your baby”, cause that sounds a little psycho, I still love Gwen and Gavin and think she’s beautiful and talented. Not to mention their little child is soooo friggin cute!! Who would want to put that little bugger down?? lol

Dazys on

I wouldnt mind carrying Gavin around – yum!

Emily on

All of you are great moms. I’m telling myself “WOW” because everyone is so on the defensive, but many of you express yourself greatly, and I appreciate seeing viewpoints from many of you. Some of you are strong minded mothers and that is definitely good, you’ll teach your children well. Honestly, it doesn’t matter, as long as you can recognize that you’re a good nurturing mother, that’s all that matters. To each their own. On a lighter note, Kingston looks so precious in the picture with Gavin. He is surely gonna be a looker when he grows up.

Elizabeth on

I had a question for all you great moms. I have a friend who has a 6 month old. The baby does not stay in the sling, refuses to sit in the stroller for more than 5-10 minutes and always wants to be held. Since my friend finds it hard to lift the baby as she feels heavy, she does not go out with the baby anywhere except shopping or places where her hubby can go along. since hubby stays busy at work, sometimes she does not get out of the house for 3 to 4 days. Is she doing the right thing? what are the options she has? does an infant not need a fresh breeze of air even once a day?

Mm on

I suggest your friend try a different sling! :) Perhaps another style would help. I like the http://www.babyholder.com slings.

Malem Bedwetting Alarm on

Love this post! Thanks for sharing this…..

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Mitt barn alltid följa mig everwhere så jag kan inte göra anything.He kunde gråta som helst och ibland kan man bara, låt barnet cry.It är verkligen störde mig. Men ibland baby göra saker som gör att du inte kunde hjälpa till laugh.It "interesting.I bara vill säga något om honom, jag älskar mitt barn så mycket.

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