Wearing little pigtails, Harlow Winter Kate Madden accompanied her mom Nicole Richie to watch her grandfather, singer Lionel Richie, for an appearance on Larry King Live Tuesday (May 26).
The 16-month-old will be a big sister soon! Nicole and Joel are due with baby No. 2 in August.
Filed under: Harlow Madden,Nicole Richie
Photo credit: Bauer-Griffin
Hands on mom, actress Kate Winslet walks her children Mia Honey, 8 1/2, and Joe Aflie to school in NYC Tuesday (May 26).
In a recent interview with UK’s Marie Claire, the 33-year-old actress reflects on her looks saying, “Even now I do not consider myself to be some kind of great, sexy beauty. I don’t mind the way I’m ageing. No reason to panic just yet. I think I look my age, and that’s fine.”
Filed under: Joe Mendes,Kate Winslet
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It is with heavy hearts we report that the four year-old daughter of Mike Tyson has died. After a tragic accident in her home, involving the cord from an exercise machine, Exodus passed away at 11:45am, in Phoenix, Arizona.
In statement released by Tyson, who was in Las Vegas at the time, says “We are grateful for the tremendous outpouring of love and prayers from all over the world. There are no words to describe the tragic loss of our beloved Exodus. We ask you now to please respect our need at this very difficult time for privacy to grieve and try to help each other heal.”
Though the mothers name has not been revealed, it was reported that the 7 year-old brother of Exodus found his sister after the accident.
Our thoughts are with the Tyson family during this difficult time.
Filed under: Uncategorized
Photo credit: Fame
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed the holiday weekend with his wife Maria Shriver and daughter Christina, 17. The trio were spotted on Ocean Ave in Santa Monica, Calif.
The couple has three other children; Katherine, 19, Patrick , 15, and Christopher, 11.
Filed under: Arnold Schwarznegger
Photo credit: Flynet
When deciding what diapers I would use on my firstborn, I learned one important thing, cloth diapers have a bad rap. I actually had people warn me to “be careful” because I needed to have a bucket full of water with bleach to put the soiled diapers in, and this of course could be dangerous with kids around! For those of you who use cloth diapers, you know this isn’t so. For those who do not use them, I promise you, this is not the case. So I searched, and I searched, and I ended up with a little stash of cloth diapers for my boy, and, with a few hitches here and there, nothing worse than what their counterpart, the disposable has done (ie. leaks occasionally.) I was on my way to saving the world, one cloth diaper at a time.
I got my Baby Bjorn as a gift when my first daughter Grace was born. I really didn’t use it much with her, but 17 months later when I had my second baby – it became a life saver.
I had a toddler and life needed to go on. I did try a sling I had, but after many attempts I just couldn’t get my daughter comfortable in it. She was instantly happy and comfortable in the Baby Bjorn and I was able to be hands free.
Once my daughter got up there in weight, it wasn’t so easy to wear her for long periods of time, but during her fussy times I was still able to get dinner ready, pick up around the house, etc.
The only two cons would be that it did hurt my back after awhile and it is on the pricey side (but well worth the money)!
Rating Out of 10: 10
Would You Recommend? Yes
Likes? comfortable, able to be hands free
Dislikes? can hurt back after prolonged use
Where To Find: Babies “R” Us