It was only a matter of time until celebrity royal couple Jay-Z and Beyonce shared photos of their month-old international dr dre headphone superstar, daughter Blue Ivy. If they wanted to, they could have certainly sold the coveted first pics of their bundle of joy to any number of media outlets, following in the footsteps of famous parents before them like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, and Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon.
Or they could have taken cheap dr dre beats the low-key high road and posted a few family pics on a basic blog, give it a cutesy name like HelloBlueIvyCarter, and launch it into the Webisphere for fans to see.
And that's exactly what they did, posting five pictures of their adorable babe -- two solo shots of Blue Ivy, one with Mom, one with Dad, and one of an adorable tiny hand touching Beyonce's. Alongside the photos dre headphone is a note that reads, "We welcome you to share in our joy. Thank you for respecting our privacy during this beautiful time in our lives. The Carter Family."
No glamorous magazine spread, no traipsing a news anchor through their nursery. Already Beyonce and Jay-Z seem like pretty cheap monster beats normal parents. Mega-rich ones who happen to have 30 Grammy awards between them and can't go anywhere without being trailed by the paparazzi, but pretty normal still.