Lauren Conrad‘s holiday deteriorate will be filled with an additional sip of adore this year.
In July, a Celebrate author and her husband, William Tell, welcomed their initial child together, son Liam James Tell, and in a few weeks, they’ll be celebrating his initial Christmas. Looking brazen to Dec. 25, Conrad, 31, is vehement to lift on a unequivocally special family tradition with her 5-month-old baby boy.
“We have a unequivocally good Christmas Day where we spend a morning with my in-laws. We all wear relating pajamas and do presents. And afterwards we spend that dusk during my parents’. And indeed in a final dual years, my in-laws have assimilated as well, and we have all of a family together Christmas night, and we have a large cooking and do a present exchange. It’s fun!” Conrad tells PEOPLE exclusively.
This year, a Hills alum, along with and her father and tot son, will be spending a holidays in Southern California.
“We’re unequivocally advantageous — both of a families live right subsequent to us, so we don’t need to transport over a holidays. So that helps us relax a bit,” she shares. “So we’ll only be doing lots of family time and lots of celebrating.”
The wardrobe engineer has partnered with Kellogg’s to open a brand’s new café in New York City’s Union Square area — that will feature a DIY cereal bar and is good for breakfast, lunch and dinner — and combined 3 cereal-inspired creations for a menu (“Nutty Parfait,” “Apple Pie” and “Wake Me Up”).
Conrad says she’s looking brazen to sauce “tiny” Liam in darling Christmas-themed apparel.
“I’m looking brazen to a lovable outfits. I’ve had so most fun shopping him small Christmas sweaters and pajamas,” she says.
Conrad says her son is “changing each day,” and his small celebrity is commencement to gleam through. Plus, he appears to be holding after one of his grandpas!
“He’s still flattering tiny. We always keep observant that he’s a small chronicle of my dad,” Conrad says. “He kind of looks like him and he has a lot of energy. My father has some-more appetite than anyone we know.”
“He’s a unequivocally desired child!” she adds.
With 2018 quick approaching, the New York Times best-selling author has a personal idea in mind for subsequent year: balance.
“I don’t have a fortitude nonetheless only since we’re only perplexing to make it by a holidays during this point,” says Conrad, “but we consider this subsequent year is going to be for me privately only anticipating change in my life, being means to kind of juggle all a opposite things.”