Angela Kinsey talks about her 'cozy' nursery

04/09/2008 at 09:34 PM ET

Angelakinsey There are office pools, and then there are The Office pools.  Angela Kinsey, who plays Angela on the hit NBC show, says that her co-stars have indeed started a friendly wager on the date and time of her impending arrival.  The 9-months-pregnant actress tells the blog Pinks & Blues that bettors have been picking squares on a calendar at $10/each.

It’s pretty funny. I have started having doctors appointments every week now and you should see how the ladies in the crew circle me after for details. I’ll be in the hair and makeup trailer and they’ll say coyly, ‘So, Ange any news from your doctor?’

Due May 9, Angela, 36, says that preparations are finally underway in her nursery — and the room will reflect the time of year her daughter was born.

I just wanted it to feel cozy. If there was any theme it would be a spring day. I have a great gal who is painting a mural on one wall of a big flowering tree. There will be a few butterflies and some bunnies. And some grass and little flowers on the bottom. She just started and already it looks too cute!

The baby will be the first for Angela and her husband, writer Warren Lieberstein.

Source:  Pinks & Blues

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sJ on

Good luck, Ange! The big day is almost here.

Sanja on

Her nursery sounds wonderful, like something I’d like.

One question though. All these celebrities seem ‘obsessed’ with finishing their nurseries before babies are born. Is that the case in general in America?
Because everyone I know (including me), only bought the crib and changing table (+ all the smaller necessities), kept the baby in the parent’s room for the first year or two and then decorate a room for the baby, and moved or redecorate the older children’s room(s). Maybe it’s just a cultural thing, but I’d be afraid to jinx it if I had the nursery decorated at 4 or 5 months pregnant (not the case here, but I’ve read it in other posts), especially since I’ve known people who’d had miscarriages or stillbirths. I think it would make it even more horrible to come home from the hospital and have to look at the nursery. It’s not like the baby knows the difference and I’d never be comfortable with my newborn sleeping in another room.

Elizabeth on

I am definitely going to be about finishing the nursery before the baby arrives, and I’m not even pregnant yet. I have everything pretty much chosen, just leaving room in case I want to make a few updated choices when the time comes. The baby will (as I’m sure most babies do) sleep in our room for the first few months, of course, but who wants to have to take the time and money to do a nursery after the baby is born and you’re tired, busy, and your money’s being spent on diapers and such?

I’m not superstitious, though, so that would never affect my decision.

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