Close to home! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have a baby on the way, and the reality star opened up about the process of picking a name. “We all weigh in,” the KKW Beauty creator, 38, said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, April 1. “I definitely take a family survey, but it’s usually after
Woman brings three children to the world – at a distance of 26 days A woman from Bangladesh has brought twins to the world, although she only got 26 days before a Baby. The young mother had been brought up a few weeks after the first birth with severe abdominal pain in a hospital, the
The more, the merrier! It’s been 10 months since Ray J and his wife, Princess Love, welcomed their daughter, Melody, but the rapper tells Us Weekly exclusively that he wants another. “I want one more right now,” the actor, 38, told Us at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday, March 23. “I’m trying right now.
Trying something new! Pregnant Lauren Luyendyk (née Burnham) revealed that she and her husband, Arie Luyendyk Jr., have already chosen an original moniker for their baby. “We’ve had her name picked out since Christmas!” the Bachelor alum, 27, wrote on her Instagram Story on Thursday, March 21. “We think it’s beautiful and unique. We’ve never
Meghan Markle is heavily pregnant and we have to say that her diet must be an extremely strict one. As the baby will be a future prince, we know there are certain guidelines which must be followed. But how strict can it be or how far does she have to go with her eating habits?
Picking a first name for your baby is stressful enough. Add a middle name to the mix? Might as well throw in the towel now. Just kidding — finding the ideal unique (but not too unique) first-middle combo for your baby girl is indeed possible; it’s all about the flow. Make the brainstorming process a
Relax. We’re pretty sure we don’t need to call in Jerry Springer and his DNA tests just yet: Prince Harry was just joking about questioning the paternity of wife Meghan’s pregnancy. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited a school in Asni, Morocco, during their three-day royal visit to the country. One of their hosts
Patience is a virtue! Gayle King revealed that Duchess Meghan isn’t going to open her baby shower gifts until she’s back at home with Prince Harry. “If I told you [what I bought Meghan] then I’d have to kill you because she didn’t open any of the gifts because she wants to do that when …
No garlic, no onions, no shellfish, no potatoes, no rice: These are the foods the royal family can’t eat, and there are plenty of other food-related rules the royals must abide by. But with Meghan Markle’s due date rapidly approaching (it’s reported she’s due in late April), we have to know: What can the royal
Almost a kiss killed: Baby struggled due to Herpes to be life In the UK, a year-old Baby almost died because it was infected by a kiss with herpes viruses. The child had to be treated for four days in the hospital. The parents to warn other people in front of it, kissing toddlers on
(HealthDay)—Getting kids to try new foods can become a daily showdown. One promising approach: expose babies early on to varied tastes and textures. Researchers in Brisbane, Australia, found that food experiences when just 14 months old can influence the eating habits that children will exhibit at age 3. And introducing a variety of fruits and
Baby Scarlet was treated for a bacterial infection shortly after birth, but lost some of her hearing in the process. (Fox 5 Atlanta) The sweet moment a Georgia baby heard clearly for the very first time was caught and shared on Facebook by the 11-month-old girl’s ecstatic family. Scarlet Benjamin, who was born three months
If you’re expecting a baby boy today or tomorrow (well, first of all, good luck!), you may be somewhat stressed about selecting the perfect name to honor the season. Or maybe you just hope your soon-to-be kid will grow to love holiday cheer so much he wants to carry it with him all year. Either
Ex-Army father who couldn’t hear his newborn daughter cry can finally enjoy the ‘magical moments’ with his children after being gifted hearing aids Darren Young, 38, from Preston, served in the British Army for 13 years His hearing was damaged because ‘noise suppression boxes’ weren’t provided It caused anxiety and being unable to hear his baby
Everyone on the planet now knows that Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, will spawn a new royal in the spring of 2019. The big announcement was made with great fanfare on Monday. Palace officials said very little, though — which is why we were tickled pink (or blue?) to find that ET dug
Rumors that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are "actively trying" to have a second child are swirling after a series of Snapchats Jenner released over the weekend gushing about prospective baby names. "I want another baby, but when is the question, and I’m definitely not ready right this second," she told fans on Snapchat earlier
Women who have babies with donated eggs ‘don’t bond as closely with their children’, Cambridge University study finds Increasing numbers of women leave it too late to start a family using own eggs More than 1,400 babies were born from donated eggs in 2016, figures show But research found women who use egg donors may
(HealthDay)—Time spent reading to toddlers or having “conversations” with them helps boost their intelligence and thinking skills, even a decade later, new research shows. The study found that the more “conversational turns” that occurred in a toddler’s day, the better children performed on tests that measure IQ, language skills and thinking skills in middle school.
First birthday parties are a big deal, and that’s often especially true for celebrities. In fact, plenty of stars throw extravagant bashes for their toddler-to-be. However, Serena Williams is not one of those stars. In fact, the tennis champion recently revealed that Olympia will not celebrate her first birthday or any birthday for that matter
Researchers who tested two commercially available baby monitors are raising serious concerns about the accuracy of these products, which are marketed to parents, but are not regulated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). “We evaluated how accurate these monitors were in detecting low oxygen levels in infants,” said study leader Chris Bonafide, MD,