It won’t be long now before Kristin Cavallari and husband Jay Cutler meet their new baby! The former reality star, and host of E! show ‘Fabulist’ was photographed on the red carpet on Tuesday while attending NBCUniversal’s Summer Press Day at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena.
A new Pew Research Centre report published Tuesday suggests that more and more US women are opting to stay at home full time to raise their children. The study found that more than 29 percent of women preferred to be at home in 2012.
After having a day off to recuperate from their long flight, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were up bright and early to attend to attend a baby playgroup with their son Prince George at the Government House in Wellington.
When it comes to vaccinating our children there are many opinions on both side of the argument. At the end of the day immunizations save lives, there is no doubt about it. Often, the risks of any adverse affects from vaccinating are minimal, and the benefits far outweigh the minute risks involved. One Canadian mother […]
Preeclampsia is a dangerous condition that can lead to many pregnancy complications, and it affects approximately 7 million women each and every year. While the condition can affect almost anyone, those at highest risk have a history of diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, or a prior case of preeclampsia.
A West Virginia couple had been wishing, hoping and praying for a child. When they realized that they were infertile they turned to IVF for hope, but after four failed IVF attempts, the Palmisano’s were just about ready to give up on their dream of having children, when a friend of Sandi’s offered to be their gestational carrier.
In between tears she tries to speak a few words but the police still can’t figure out what she is trying to say. The 18 month old was abandoned in western Sydney on the doorstep of a house on Monday and now the officials are desperately trying to locate her parents.
Let the Royal tour begin! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed stepping off the Royal New Zealand Air Force jet after arriving in New Zealand with their eight-month-old son Prince George.
When our children come down with an illness, and we as parents are unsure of its cause or what it is, it can be a nightmare. We do everything in our power to get them better, which includes taking them to the hospital, if need be. Just imagine if a situation like that arose while you were vacationing. For one San Diego family, this was their nightmare this past week – except they were nowhere near a medical facility.
It appears that is more outrage swirling around the royal family and the upcoming trip to New Zealand. With Prince George’s first outing debacle still fresh in our minds, I am surprised to read that the couple is about to make yet, another transport safety mistake with him.
As much as we may try by appearances, there is a harsh reality: we all do it, at least to some extent. Aesthetics can sometimes determine whether or not we feel a person is honest, strong, or competent (as well as the opposite of all those traits). But it seems that adults aren’t the only ones who use facial features and appearance to determine what a person is like; even very young children seem to have predetermined notions about a person, based on what they look like.