If genes indicate talent, the tot will either excel on the soccer pitch or cause audible trauma on the stage. Either way, Britain’s “it” couple couldn’t be happier.
The answer is nothing to do with a penchant for post-pregnancy champagne, but more the fiscal realities of the world we all inhabit.
Not too long ago, the guiding rule was thus: Pregnant women should eat no more than 12 ounces of tuna a week. Now, Consumer Reports is changing its tune. No tuna. Period. (via Healthland)
To be honest, NewsFeed didn’t know this was actually possible. (Though Healthland knows that she isn’t the first or the youngest child mother.)
This baby doesn’t technically exist, but why ruin a good thing?
U.S. soccer player Landon Donovan had been having a great few weeks. Until, of course, the tabloids attacked.