Quick Telecast
Expect News First

Trisha Paytas reveals insane nursery for newborn daughter, Malibu Barbie

0 33


Mega-influencer, Trisha Paytas has given her fans an intimate look at her newborn daughter’s extravagant nursery.

Paytas recently welcomed her first child, a daughter she called ‘Malibu Barbie’, with husband Moses Hacmon. The influencer has documented her long-term struggle with fertility, namely pelvic inflammatory disease, and her pregnancy with millions of followers.

Now the 34-year-old social media star has shared the Barbie-themed nursery that matches her newborn’s unusual name.

READ MORE: Mum’s controversial parenting question sparks heated debate

Malibu Barbie will have a fully decked-out Barbie nursery to match her unusual name. (Instagram)

“We do a shared sleep space with Malibu now in our room – but she loves to go in here and look around. Every time we change her she just smiles at all the colour,” Paytas said in the Instagram post.

“Thank you for all the love and support as a first-time mum. I love reading your comments and appreciate all the tips, buying recommendations, etc – there’s so much to learn but I’m loving every minute of it,” the YouTuber continued.

READ MORE: Woman’s first birthday gift to parents stirs controversy

Trisha Paytas and husband Moses Hacmon. (Instagram)

The nursery is decked out with a pink cot, changing table, rocking chair and other furniture. Above the cot is also a huge, brightly-coloured Barbie mural.

“Malibu’s daddy abba @moses_hacmon painted all this himself …isn’t that crazy, he transformed this room in the most beautiful way,” Paytas explained.

‘Abba’ is Hebrew for father as Hacmon is of Jewish descent. 

READ MORE: Parenting expert’s top tips on how to support an anxious child

Paytas’ husband hand-painted the murals in the nursery. (Instagram)

While many fans gushed over the nursery, many were critical of the baby’s name.

“Her name says it all. She’s an object to be used by them. Not a real person in their eyes,” said one. “This is a child, not a toy,” said another.

“Sorry but very tacky,” commented a third.

“Malibu Barbie. It’s certainly a bold choice, glad mum, dad and baby are healthy and happy but that’s a name,” declared another critic on an earlier post.

Trisha Paytas, Moses Hacmon
YouTuber Trisha Paytas shared her pregnancy announcement in February this year. (Instagram)

Trisha Paytas is a somewhat controversial YouTuber who is well-known for causing online controversy and trolling for views. The online personality initially shot to fame back in 2006 with a number of small-time television appearances, Mukbangs, high-profile feuds and YouTube vlogs. 

Paytas met her now-husband, Moses Hacmon through fellow YouTuber, Ethan Klein who is married to Hacmon’s sister, Hila. Klein is not only Paytas’ brother-in-law but he was also her co-host for a period of time on the insanely successful podcast, Frenemies. 

Paytas and Hacmon were married last year and shortly after, they announced they were expecting their first child. 

For a daily dose of 9Honey, subscribe to our newsletter here

How Barbie has evolved over the years




Mega-influencer, Trisha Paytas has given her fans an intimate look at her newborn daughter’s extravagant nursery.

Paytas recently welcomed her first child, a daughter she called ‘Malibu Barbie’, with husband Moses Hacmon. The influencer has documented her long-term struggle with fertility, namely pelvic inflammatory disease, and her pregnancy with millions of followers.

Now the 34-year-old social media star has shared the Barbie-themed nursery that matches her newborn’s unusual name.

READ MORE: Mum’s controversial parenting question sparks heated debate

Malibu Barbie will have a fully decked-out Barbie nursery to match her unusual name. (Instagram)

“We do a shared sleep space with Malibu now in our room – but she loves to go in here and look around. Every time we change her she just smiles at all the colour,” Paytas said in the Instagram post.

“Thank you for all the love and support as a first-time mum. I love reading your comments and appreciate all the tips, buying recommendations, etc – there’s so much to learn but I’m loving every minute of it,” the YouTuber continued.

READ MORE: Woman’s first birthday gift to parents stirs controversy

Trisha Paytas and husband Moses Hacmon. (Instagram)

The nursery is decked out with a pink cot, changing table, rocking chair and other furniture. Above the cot is also a huge, brightly-coloured Barbie mural.

“Malibu’s daddy abba @moses_hacmon painted all this himself …isn’t that crazy, he transformed this room in the most beautiful way,” Paytas explained.

‘Abba’ is Hebrew for father as Hacmon is of Jewish descent. 

READ MORE: Parenting expert’s top tips on how to support an anxious child

Paytas’ husband hand-painted the murals in the nursery. (Instagram)

While many fans gushed over the nursery, many were critical of the baby’s name.

“Her name says it all. She’s an object to be used by them. Not a real person in their eyes,” said one. “This is a child, not a toy,” said another.

“Sorry but very tacky,” commented a third.

“Malibu Barbie. It’s certainly a bold choice, glad mum, dad and baby are healthy and happy but that’s a name,” declared another critic on an earlier post.

Trisha Paytas, Moses Hacmon
YouTuber Trisha Paytas shared her pregnancy announcement in February this year. (Instagram)

Trisha Paytas is a somewhat controversial YouTuber who is well-known for causing online controversy and trolling for views. The online personality initially shot to fame back in 2006 with a number of small-time television appearances, Mukbangs, high-profile feuds and YouTube vlogs. 

Paytas met her now-husband, Moses Hacmon through fellow YouTuber, Ethan Klein who is married to Hacmon’s sister, Hila. Klein is not only Paytas’ brother-in-law but he was also her co-host for a period of time on the insanely successful podcast, Frenemies. 

Paytas and Hacmon were married last year and shortly after, they announced they were expecting their first child. 

For a daily dose of 9Honey, subscribe to our newsletter here

How Barbie has evolved over the years

FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS

Read original article here

Denial of responsibility! Quick Telecast is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – [email protected]. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave a comment
buy kamagra buy kamagra online
Ads Blocker Image Powered by Code Help Pro

Ads Blocker Detected!!!

We have detected that you are using extensions to block ads. Please support us by disabling these ads blocker.

Powered By
Best Wordpress Adblock Detecting Plugin | CHP Adblock