No time to smell the roses

New parents Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett left their 2-month-old son, Hank Jr., for the first time on Feb. 13 and flew to Las Vegas for what proved to be a romantic yet public-appearance-filled weekend. Baskett surprised the new mom by having their room at Vdara filled with 10 dozen roses—however their endorsement schedule left little time to enjoy them: They were at Beso, then Eve on Saturday night; Wilkinson taught a special guest session at Stripper 101 on Sunday; and they walked the red carpet at the grand opening of the new Sugar Factory store in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, too.

Unsurprisingly, her former Girls Next Door co-star, Holly Madison, heard the commotion and popped by, grabbing an oversize lollipop before posing for the cameras.

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