Celebrity stylist Anya Sarre and her husband Tim are loving parenthood! The Head Fashion Stylist for Entertainment Tonight and The Insider gave birth to the couple’s first child – a son named Sawyer William – on July 14.
The new mom introduces her beautiful boy and opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about the joys of early motherhood, taking placenta capsules, her “fantastic” newborn son who is “loving the Malibu lifestyle,” and the “pointless” hairdo the morning of Sawyer’s birth.
CBS: Congratulation on the birth of Sawyer! How are you feeling?
AS: “I feel great and so lucky! All my years of night-before-the-Oscars-Red-Carpet-styling prepared me for the ‘no sleep.’ I have been taking my placenta capsules to help with my energy, mood, and well-being from MommyFeelGood.com. I know how lucky I am that Sawyer is such a calm, happy, healthy baby.”
CBS: How is Sawyer doing?
AS: “Baby Sawyer is fantastic! He is a morning baby who changes his outfit about 4 times a day. He has already had 3 photo shoots and he is loving the Malibu lifestyle and ocean view.
He feels very at home in his nautical-themed nursery, complete with patterned curtains from Carousel Designs, monogrammed blankets from Butterscotch Blankees, and a custom rocker from Newco International. His favorite diapers are “G” Diapers and he loves the EcoStore baby product line. His favorite time of day is when he gets to hang out with his dad in the man cave.”
CBS: How is early motherhood?
AS: “It is amazing. I love those magical moments with him. He is sleeping in the hand-carved cradle that my grandfather made for me when I was born — I just added a few monograms to it. It is really special to keep family traditions as well as creating my own new ones. It’s all still so new and exciting. Everyone’s been so nice and so generous with their advice and tips and tricks.”
CBS: How was the birth?
AS: “Wow! No matter how many books you read or classes you take, nothing can prepare you for that ‘situation’ called birth! My team at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center were rockstars and my husband gets a medal for having to endure me throwing ice chips at him. Dr. Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz is the best in the business and somehow I survived that 16 hour labor. Finding out I had a baby boy, after 10 months of not knowing, really was a special moment.
I must admit though, my blowout at DryBar that morning was pretty pointless!”
For more on Anya, check out her official website.