Lea Michele Picks Out Baby Outfits — Cory Monteith Kids In Her Future?
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Lea Michele Picks Out Baby Outfits — Cory Monteith Kids In Her Future?

Is there any doubt that Glee’s Lea Michele (Rachel) would have impeccable taste when it comes to baby clothes, given her amazing wardrobe? We think not — and now she’s proving us right.

Lea was photographed after picking out three different baby outfits for the children’s fashion blog
Ladys & Gents, and each one represents its own personality. Lea is holding up one ensemble that we think would be perfect for a young Rachel, with a polka-dotted Fabkids sundress and bright yellow shoes. Love it!

Of her other two selections, one seems suited for a mini
Sugar, with a leopard-print coat and pink shades. And the other one would be right for a Puck-to-be, as it features our favorite item of the bunch: guitar-print trunks! We can actually see Cory Monteith (Finn) wearing an grown-up version of those. Or maybe we just can’t help picturing Cory in swimwear.

So now we’re wondering if Lea’s bang-up job at choosing these clothes means she might have babies on the brain. After all, there were rumors about Lea
wanting to pop out a little one after Cory got out of rehab. Could they be getting ready for a tyke of their own?

Actually, Lea faced
a flurry of pregancy rumors last fall, but those were quickly debunked. Ladys & Gents is co-run by Lea’s stylist, Estee Stanley, so that — and not some impeding baby fever — could be a simple explanation for her involvement with the site.

However, we haven’t been able to shake the thought of how precious a Lea-Cory baby would be (and that voice!), so we kinda hope they don’t wait too long. Plus, seeing their baby in that guitar-print print suit and leopard-print coat would be perfection.

Source: Ladys & Gents

05.15.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
Related: Glee, Lea Michele, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith

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