Jake Fishman's Jammie Jaunt

02/27/2009 at 03:00 PM ET

Courtney Thorne-Smith takes son Jacob ‘Jake’ Emerson — still in his winter-themed pajamas! — out for a morning walk on Thursday in Pacific Palisades, Calif.

The 13-month-old is the first child for author/actress Courtney, 41, and husband Roger Fishman.

Jake wears The Children’s Place Snowman Blanket Sleeper (sold out online, check in-store).

Jake rides in a Baby Bjorn Synergy carrier in Black ($149).

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D on

ha! I love it. I still put my son in his halloween pjs! Hey pjs are pjs!

angie on

Jake is such a beautiful baby!!

I think he seems uncomfortable in that carrier, I have seem so many babies in that Bjorn looking like that.

I really don´t like it.

crimpe on

What an odd picture. The pjs might fit, but not in the baby bjorn. Looking at this picture reminds me of why I got rid of mine after my first child – not to mention that is a lot of pressure on a little boy’s bits!

Christie on

Love the pajamas!!! My 4 year old still likes to have her Christmas jammies on occasionally. Yeah does seem a bit uncomfortable in that Bjorn. Maybe time to consider a new carrier? Maybe something where he can be on her back?

Amanda on

The jammie’s little Jake is wearing are from Children’s Place, if someone else hadn’t already told you.
My son has the same pair.

dawn on

He’s a cutie, but ouch…give this woman a different baby carrier. He is too big for a Bjorn and looks uncomfortable, and it has got to hurt her back.

brooklyn on


wavybrains on

Quick! Someone send her an Ergo or a Caylx (my personal favorite) or a Beco or SOMETHING else!

Kim Gurney on

Okay, comeon, he is a bit big for that carrier, dont you think? He doesnt even look comfortable, just kinda stuffed in there. Would a stroller be too much? Otherwise, hes a cutie!!

ingrid on

cute kid, bad carrier

Bee on

Could’ve been just one of those odd moments that the photo was snapped.

You know how it is. You take a whole roll of file (OK am I really THAT old?) or a bunch of digital shots and most of them just aren’t that good. You’ve got a weird look on your face. Your kid’s eyes were closed. Someone was stretching at that moment so they don’t look anything like the rest of the day.

I’m wondering if Jake was squirming in the carrier at that moment and that’s why he looks odd.

I’m sure he didn’t hang in that odd pose for the entire day in that thing.

I-dra on

“ouch, mom – my testicles! and i can’t even move or adjust to relieve the pressure!”

hal on

Isnt he a little big for that?

Kelly on

Cute pj´s but looking at the child in that carrier is painful, not only a BB but facing forward, ouch.

CelebBabyLover on

I assume he wasn’t TOO uncomfortable, as it doesn’t appear that he was crying. However, yes, that sling, especially with a baby that age, is probably the type of sling you should use with a baby girl rather than a baby boy!

CelebBabyLover on

Bee- ITA! That’s usually what happens with my family’s Christmas pictures. We’ll take a whole bunch….and only one or two out of the whole bunch turn out looking good. In all the others, the dog isn’t looking at the camera, someone was caught blinking, someone accidentally turned their head or scratched their nose just as the camera took the picture, someone forgot to smile, someone has a “save me!” expression on their face, etc.

Unfourtnately, sometimes pictures can really give the WRONG well, picture, of what was actually going on at the time the photo was snapped!

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