Beyonce’s  Welcomes Superbaby  Bundle, Blue Ivy Carter Baby Blue Already Leaving Iconic ink Footprints Within Days of her Birth.

Forget announcing your pregnancy by unveiling your belly live on stage at the Grammys, never mind looking fit and flawless at eight months pregnant while striding down red carpets in 4-inch heels, and let’s even overlook the delivery of your baby in an ultra-inclusive, custom renovated private wing of the hospital.  As if all those traits alone don’t predict ‘Superbaby’ –  debuting a solo in your Grammy-winning father’s new single, Glory,  a song that  was written in your honor, at only a mere few days (maybe even hours) old…well, yes, that has ‘Superbaby’ written all over it.

Yep, Baby Blue Ivy has left most three-month-olds around the world in the dust when it comes to scrapbook milestones. In a touching tribute song that father, Jay-Z , penned and published online for the world just days after Baby Blue’s birth, the tiny tike is already making a solo performance in a sweet serenade of cries that can be heard at the end of the track. And I confess, I tearred up a bit at the hip-hop mogul’s sweet sentiments as a new daddy and even made plans to make room for the touching tribute on my running playlist.

With that said, it’s insane to think that I will likely soon be running and rocking out to a ong that newborn icon Baby Blue is featured in. Yep, Blue Ivy has set the standards high for babies around the world.  On that note, I feel compelled to break out those Your Baby Can Read workbooks that have been collecting dust in a closet. It appears my seven-month-old might be a touch behind.

Congrats to A-list diva turned mommy, Beyonce. It is going to be exciting to watch you move through this new journey, as mother to Blue Ivy. To listen to Jay-Z’s tribute to his newborn daughter, visit his Life & Times website at