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Fred Savage Welcomes a Son

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A picture can say a thousand words — or in Fred Savage‘s case, announce his son’s birth!

In a surprising post on Twitter Monday, the former Wonder Years star Tweeted a sweet snapshot of a newborn’s hand, with a simple yet telling caption.

“He’s here,” Savage, 36, wrote.

Baby boy is the third child for the actor and his wife Jennifer, who are already parents to son Oliver Philip, 6, and daughter Lily Aerin, 4 .

Never announcing the pregnancy, Savage is continuing to stay mum on any further details surrounding his new son — including a birth date and name.

Fred Savage Welcomes a Son

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– Anya Leon

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Color me bump! From full-on styles worn by Tamera Mowry-Housley (Aug. 2) and Camila McConaughey (in I.N.C. International Concepts on July 23) to the subtle touches of Anna Faris‘ green gown (June 21), star moms-to-be are dressing up their growing bellies in bright colorblock frocks.

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Whether you fully embrace this bold trend or play it safe, it’s a cool way to showcase (and shape) your burgeoning bump. Ready to shop? We’ve rounded up our top picks — for every budget — below.

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Talk about figure-friendly! Not only does A Pea in the Pod‘s Sleeveless Colorblock Maternity Dress‘ ($150) black blocking frame your best assets, but the chic belt and scoop neck are equally flattering.

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Affordable

Love Mowry-Housley’s look? The mom-to-be is wearing A Pea in the Pod‘s curve-hugging Colorblock Maternity Dress ($50), which features side ruching and front draping.

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Bargain Buy

End the summer on a bright note with Motherhood Maternity‘s Sleeveless Stretch Maternity Dress ($20). The tie sash is so adorable!

– Anya Leon

Hats off to Hollywood’s mini set! The most fashionable pint-sized stars from little ladies Honor Warren (July 12) and Vida McConaughey June 28) to trendsetting tot Skyler Berman (July 8) are completing their kiddie-chic outfits with adorable straw fedoras.

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Not only are they super stylish (and oh-so cute!), but the au-natural toppers are perfect for any late summer trips to the shore. Ready to shop? We’ve rounded up our top picks — for every budget — below.

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Top off your cabana cutie’s tropical ensemble with Fore!! Axel and Hudson‘s Natural Trilby ($28), which is not only crafted from a natural paper braid design, but also features a chic finish with the added black fabric band.

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Affordable

Whether his travels take him on a warm-weather family vacation or just an afternoon at the park, Gap Kids‘ Striped Straw Fedora ($20) will keep your fashionable tot completely covered.

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Bargain Buy

No hat trick here! With its classy cut and dainty bow detailing, Total Girl‘s Straw Fedora ($4) will add a touch of edge to your pretty princess’ style.

– Anya Leon

Looking for cool back-to-school kids style trends? Dying to know which brands celeb kids like Violet Affleck, Suri Cruise and Kingston Rossdale are wearing before, during and after class?

Get the scoop before school starts. Join PEOPLE.com Moms & Babies for a very special Facebook chat with GILT Baby & Kids general manager Rachel Jarrett and senior buyer Melissa Keswin on Tuesday!

From favorite colors for fall and the best fabrics for wear and tear to how to dress kids for the first day of school and which celebrity tots are inspiring trends, they know what’s cool in the children’s market.

Check out Gilt’s Facebook page on August 14 at 1 p.m. ET – and make sure to bring all your burning style questions!

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As the parents of seven children, designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz have decorated their fair share of nurseries — and are frequently tasked with making kids’ rooms unique on their HGTV series, Home by Novogratz (the second season premieres tomorrow!).

To help fellow parents do the same, the couple has partnered with online home goods retailer One Kings Lane to launch a new marketplace, Vintage & Market Finds, a one-stop shop for families looking to add special touches to their spaces.

“The nice thing about bringing in old pieces is it really gives a little soul to this baby’s new room,” says Cortney, who also advises starting small when first shopping for vintage items. “We’re all going to the same shops to get the crib, the changing table, so it’s really up to us to be individual and separate our baby’s room.” A few of their tips:

Buy a focal piece. “It could be one piece that makes the rest of the design unique,” Robert says. For example, in a nursery project featured in the upcoming season, the pair utilized a limited supply of vintage wallpaper by only decorating the ceiling with it.

Look for old books and art. “Old books are also amazing for babies’ rooms because some of the old nursery rhyme books, besides the fact that they look really cool, they’re really beautiful and worn,” Cortney says. “We also love any kind of oil pictures or paintings, folk art. Little fun or quirky, unique wall art because no one else is going to have that. If you found it at a flea market and it’s an old piece, it’s going to be one-of-a-kind.”

Antiques can be affordable. “For our son, I bought old comic book covers, like Spider-Man and The Hulk and Thor,” says Robert. “They were only 50 cents or a dollar. And I framed them in inexpensive frames. I had 25 on the wall at one point, and they were all from the ’60s.” Cortney adds, “If you mix in a beautiful old quilt or a clever way to put something up on the wall, quirky mirrors even, you can get really good, inexpensive frames, as opposed to new ones, for $10 or $20.”

Check out the Novogratzs’ curated sale for One Kings Lane, launching Sat., Aug. 4.

– Kiran Hefa

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