And He Doesn't See Anything Wrong With It
The actor and his new wife didn't want to get a babysitter over the weekend, so they decided to bring their infant daughter to the Playboy Mansion for a party. But will people take issue with the decision?
Kelsey Grammer and his new wife Kayte are being questioned on their parenting skills after taking their brand new baby to a party over the weekend. And it wasn't just any party — they took their baby to the Playboy Mansion for Hugh Hefner's annual Playboy Halloween party.
"Kayte is breast-feeding, and we do not have a nanny or a trusted babysitter at this time, so Faith goes everywhere with us," Grammer told E! News. "We enjoyed the party with a few of our friends, the baby slept as her ears were covered the entire time, and we left shortly after midnight."
Grammer made it sound like they were being good parents by not leaving their three-and-a-half-month-old daughter at home alone (and he also makes it sound like that was their only alternative). He continued the interview, talking about the party and their costumes as if going to the Playboy Mansion was a normal occurrence for new parents.
"[Kayte's] hat was missing, as she had removed it because her wig was itching and it was hot," he told E! News. He added that he managed to be "an uninspired Dracula."
The network said that Grammer showed a photo of their daughter, Faith, and it appears she probably "just went as a baby."
"We enjoyed the evening. We love our child," Grammer added. "Kayte is my wife and lady love (who is 31 and goes by the name Kayte Grammer, by the way, not Walsh). The world is round. All our eyes are blue. Happy Halloween and Cock-a-doodle-doo!"
The couple continue to defend their decision. But chances are, parents all over the country might find something wrong with the Grammers' decision to take their newborn baby to a late-night Halloween party, even if it hadn't been at the Playboy Mansion, and especially because the couple could obviously have afforded a babysitter.
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