By peoplestaff225
Updated March 14, 2007 10:50 AM
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We recently told you how Marcia Cross ordered a heap of Graco gear for her recently arrived twins, Eden Mahoney and Savannah Mahoney, 3 weeks. The latest celebrities to rave over Graco products are Tori Spelling (who just welcomed son Liam Aaron) and Jaime Pressly, who is expecting her first child, a son, Dezi, in May.

Graco introduced their new line, Milan, recently and the two celebrity mothers went crazy for them. The Milan fashion line is inspired by the Italian city; the centre of fashion and design. The line offers a contemporary look perfect for today. The upbest geometric design of aqua, brown and green is classy and so fun. It works for both boys and girls so you can use them if you’re waiting to find out the gender and for all of your kids.

The Pack ‘n Play Playard in Milan print is the ultimate baby accessory. It is a play pen, bassinet, change table and storage solution all in one. The change table is a convenient height, it store diapers, wipes and anything else you can think of, it has time settings, classical songs and a matress with vibrations to soothe your baby. The Pack ‘n Play is also one of the easier playards to set up and take down. At only $199, this is one of the top baby accessories of the year. It is fun, unique and so handy.

Tori and Jaime also purchased the top rated SnugRide® Infant Car Seat in Milan™ ($150) and the Silhouette™ Swing in Milan™ ($140).

Like other Graco SnugRide car seats, the Milan version has side impact protection, EPS energy absorbing foam, LATCH for attaching to your car, a five point harness, and can be used with out without the base (great for when you travel or ride in someone else’s car). This upgraded model has a canopy with a peek a boo window (so you can check on baby), all weather boot (a cover) to keep baby warm, a double infant head support with harness covers, and GracoPedic™ foam for added comfort. We love that the harness straps adjust at the front of the seat making getting baby in and out even easier.

The swing has six speeds and two speed vibration, plays ten classical songs and five nature sounds (including white noise which is comforting to babies), a removable mobile with three plush mobile toys that rotate, and a tray with two toys. (Danielle says that a swing is an absolute must-have because it’s great for helping baby to fall asleep and lets you put baby down, keeping them happy, so you can prepare dinner, take a shower, eat, etc.)

What do you think of the new print? Would you buy any of these products?