Sarah Jessica Parker was pictured enjoying her 50th birthday with her family in New York City on Wednesday (Mar. 25).
The Sex and the City star was dressed warmly in an oversized black coat and boyfriend jeans with boots. She held the hands of Loretta and Tabitha while James walked ahead to a waiting car. … [read more]
Britney Spears couldn’t be happier! Not only does she have a hit Las Vegas show, but her life has done a complete 180 since her very public meltdown in 2007.
In the new issue of People magazine, Britney Spears opens up about her family life with sons Sean Preston & Jayden James and her new boyfriend Charlie Ebersol.
“I’m the happiest I’ve ever been,” Spears tells. “My kids come first in my life, bottom line.”
With Earth Day on April 22nd, it’s the perfect time to start introducing books to your children that teach them about the environment. I believe the sooner a child learns about their environment the more likely they will grow to be individuals who value the earth and all the beauty it has to offer.
Here is my top 10 list of books about the environment. … [read more]
Who knew that you could turn simple, plastic Easter eggs into such adorable critters? If you have a few plastic eggs on hand and a few simple supplies, you can make your own Easter egg critters in no time. These Easter egg critters are so fun for little hands to create and easy for your budget to enjoy. Take a look below at how you can make your own, just in time for Easter!… [read more]
Covering the April issue of Vogue Australia, Cate Blanchett opens up about her life with husband Andrew Upton and their Dashiell, Roman, Ignatius, and newborn daughter Edith.
The Cinderella star explains motherhood has taught her how to compromise better.
“Children certainly teach one about compromise. I think before having children the idea of compromise rubbed shoulders with weakness or deception in some way,” Blanchett told, while adding, “Children are spirited, passionate, political, demanding. They are also heartbreaking. They constantly extend parents and so parents are constantly confronted with their failures, don’t you think? I’d rather presently live life this way than not”