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Molly Sims: I'm Going on a Babymoon!

PARADE Modified: May 12, 2012 at 2:15 pm •  Published: May 11, 2012
Come June, Molly Sims and her husband Scott Stuber will welcome a bouncing baby boy into their home and the supermodel is ready for the new addition.

"I am in full nesting mode", Sims gleefully told During her pregnancy, she's encountered some unanticipated life changes: sugar cravings and restless nights. While frozen yogurt runs are taking care of the first thing, her lifesaver for the second came courtesy of her Sleep Number bed.

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"I had been having back problems and it's unbelievable!" Sims said. "I can put my feet up and my husband and I can be on different settings. I was having a really difficult time sleeping and it's been the number one thing I've bought during my pregnancy." The bed allows her to indulge in a new habit: working in bed! "My feet have really started to swell and I would never lay in bed in the middle of the day but now I can put my feet up and work," she added. "The body of the bed comes up so you can elevate your feet. It helps my feet become less Shrek-like."

Read on for her baby name options and her upcoming last-minute escape (a babymoon!) with her husband:

Nursery plans.
"We're going for something more gender neutral. In case I have a girl next, we have some pink in there and some powder blue. It's more modern bohemian. It's turning out super cute. I am so excited. I am in full nesting mode."

On her cravings.
"Sugar. I had three apples, I can down a mango, pineapple, watermelon. Anything cold and crunchy, I love. Birthday cake: I die for. I never liked birthday cake in my life! Not a huge fan of chocolate but I love frozen yogurt. Anything cold, I love."

On choosing baby names.
"We're down to eight. [Scott] will email or text me from work or take a picture of a name. He's got to focus and we, well he, has four criteria: can a sportscaster announce it properly, how can it be shortened and still look cool, does it mean anything, and is he going to be made fun of in fifth grade.

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