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4.12.2009

Christina Aguilera's Nursery

Christina A.
Source: In Style

Well, this brings a whole new meaning to 'Goodnight Moon', doesn't it?

16 comments:

  1. Whoa! What the heck? I'd say a little too over the top.

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  2. I thought she loved her kid. Why is she purposely trying to give it nightmares?

    Tacky. Just like her wardrobe.

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  3. i mean what parent puts a larger than life-sized statue of the boogeyman in a baby's room? poor child will never sleep thru the night with moon man waiting to gobble her up the minute she closes her eyes.

    scarred for life indeed.

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  4. Horrific. Really, who surrounds a crib in dangerous curtains for the baby to get tangled up in....and the moon thing is way creepy too.

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  5. That moon is frightful! And actually, I'm not really a fan of the mural either.

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  6. Nightmarish. Whatever happened to simple, tasteful nurseries? This looks like an episode of the Powerpuff Girls gone wrong :S

    Blergh!

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  7. That moon is scary. It looks angry. What was she thinking?

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  8. more like "Good Nightmares Moon"!

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  9. This is the creepiest nursery ever, but then again what could the kid expect when his mother looks like an Oompa Loompa in drag?

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  10. This child will be scarred for life when confronted with creepily cute murals and a perpetually sneering old moon.

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  11. That child will probably be traumatized with nightmares. That thing scared the shit out of me.

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  12. I think I remember seeing this story when it was originally published in People. Didn't she buy that house from the Osbournes??? Was that Jack's room. I think Jack's room would have been less scary to wake up to every day. YIKES! And how many different shades of blue are in this room???

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