Relatives of Prince William have opened up, and shared predictions on what type of mom Kate will be.
Ever since Kim Kardashian, 32, revealed she was expecting her first child with boyfriend Kanye West, 35, she has received nonstop negative attention about her growing shape. Enough is enough!
Rumors are swirling that there's trouble in paradise for these parents-to-be.
After deflecting pregnancy rumors for years, Fergie and Josh Duhamel just announced that they are, indeed, expecting a baby.
The 31-year-old entertainer didn't hold back in the interview with 'GQ', as she takled about her super-cozy relationship with hubby Jay Z. However, the most controversial topic may have been the one of her pregnancy.
I used to think that if something didn’t turn out right (cake batter or laundering a stained blouse, say) the way to apply a fix was to add something. More flour to the batter. An applique over the stain. I’d like to say those solutions worked, but we both know better. So why do we seek to add a BIG COMPLICATION to an already-complicated situation? I’m not talking returning a dog to the pound because he digs under the fence. Or changing your mind about that four grand worth of furniture.
Pregnancy can zap energy. After all, growing a human takes a lot of work, even if you're just sitting on the couch. Simply walking from the bathroom to the kitchen can completely take the wind out of you. Here are some practical tips to help you stay at the top of your game during the holidays.
You know the type: a woman you've been friends with forever because she's so awesome in so many ways gets pregnant, and suddenly her personality changes — and not necessarily in an awesome way. Maybe she's smug or self-righteous. Maybe she's outright condescending. Or perhaps she's just obsessed with her newly discovered super power: procreation.
Today, when E! Online posted an image of 26-year-old pop star Lady Gaga in Rio, there was no doubt that the star looked mega-pregnant. We're not talking a little baby bump, we're talking a 'Fame Monster' in that tummy of hers.
I'm Jodie Rodenbaugh and this is my story. It's a story that only I direct. This is my story of feeling stripped of everything I once knew. My experience left me naked and vulnerable, but through that pain, I found strength from a power much greater than myself.
The real hero of the entire legitimate-rape debacle is not Missouri Rep. and Senate candidate Todd Akin, who, in a statement that he later apologized for and excused as an "off-the-cuff remark," seems to think that women's bodies magically block sperm from impregnating them during rape. In case you need a refresher, here's what he said in a recent TV interview...