Britney Spears has hired a former lacrosse coach to look after her eight-month-old son Sean Preston. The star fired her former nanny after Sean fell from his high chair and hit his head earlier this year. Spears has recruited 28-year-old Perry Taylor to help her with her son and some members of the US media have started referring to him as her "manny" (male nanny). Her new employee hasn't left her side for the past few weeks and has frequently been photographed helping the 24-year-old with her young son. Taylor is a former lacrosse player for the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. His mother Caroline tells website TMZ.com Taylor wanted to be deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan but "the women in his life talked him out of it." Instead, Taylor moved to California and began working for a security company and coaching lacrosse at Beverly Hills High School. A source close to Taylor clarified his position to American publication Us Weekly saying, "He's more Sean's bodyguard than a nanny." Taylor's mother confirms that her son is more suited to security duty rather than nappy changing: "He's just beginning to learn about babies."
So... she has a nanny that she has to fire because the kid gets DROPPED ON HIS HEAD and... the next nanny-man she hires is "just beginning to learn about babies."
... How is that a good idea? Jesus.
Last night was Becca's graduation, and it was such a pretty, interesting event. And I say interesting because it was 80 or so girls in white dresses carrying bouquets of roses coming in according to height, and there were no robes and all these prayers and an entire mass and it's so different from... every other graduation I've ever been to. Abby and I were isolated from the rest of her family and I stood with Fiji and Laura.
Before I went to her house and hung out with her dad's mom, who is super cool, and after the ceremony thing we went to the 1200 Club at the Biltmore for dinner with her parents and her sister and her grandma and her other grandma and her grandma's boyfriend, Arnold. I really like Becca's family, so I had a good time. Her family really loves me, and Abby's going into IB, which thrills me. Someone who'll understand!