In an interview with Good Housekeeping Philippines, Vicki Belo admitted that her daughter will surely be a daddy's girl and she's totally okay with it. "I know I'm not the favorite parent, but it's nice to know that in times of trouble, she goes to Daddy," Vicki said. "[Hayden] is a wonderful parent," she added. Even though it's also Hayden in charge of instilling discipline in Scarlet, it's no secret that he adores her very much, and as much as possible he aims to protect her, keep her safe and healthy. This is also the reason why he and Vicki's company Belo Essentials launched Belo Baby last year, with Scarlet Snow's needs in mind. And who better to model their new hand sanitizer product that but Scarlet.
"My parents want my hands to always be clean so they made hand sanitizers especially for me. I hope all parents and babies use them. They're hypoallergenic and they smell soooo good," read the caption of a video posted on the little girl's Instagram. This is not the first time Scarlet Snow starred in an ad. She was the face if Belo Baby from the start. We just didn't know then that the cute little baby was Vicki and Hayden's Kho's daughter. She's truly a natural in front of the cameras. (pep.ph)
Rufa Mae Quinto is getting the hang of motherhood!
She's barely a week into motherhood and Rufa Mae is loving every minute of it. The sexy actress, after having a little trouble with her milk supply in the beginning, is now gettings used to nursing her daughter Alexandria Athena. "Ayan sarap ng latching/breastfeeding. Ngasab ngasab din pag may chance!" she wrote on Instagram as caption for a photo of her little one fed and at peace. In another post, Rufa Mae is loving her new everything in her role. "Ako naman ay super mother role araw at gabi. Ganito pala maging nanay. Ikaw na lahat, hands-on kahit may nurse siya 24-hours. Ako ay hands-on from breastfeeding, lullaby, wiwi, poop, change diaper, change clothes, saddle, pa burp, everything!" she shared. "Sana naman wag ka mag bago my little bundle of joy, my princess, my señorita, donya, baby girl! Kahit nagbago buhay ko at pangangatawan, namanas na ako para lang mapakain ka, maging buo at healthy ka, deadma to myself!" Rufa Mae said. Thankfully, she says she has not had symptoms of postpartum and she's hoping she does not have it.
Watch: first teaser for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
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The first ever trailer for the fourth addition to the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie franchise is here. With a new cast, the funny trailer compares itself to superhero movies, teasing that none of the caped crusaders, galactic guardians or amazing web slingers over the past decade dared to be "wimpy" like the title character Greg, as he and the gang go on a road trip to visit their grandmother for her 90th birthday. Greg and Roddick, though has alternative motives, specifically to attend a video game convention. And yes, the movie has entirely new actors filling in the roles, but David Bowers, who directed the three previous movies, is still at the helm. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul premieres in theaters in March. (movieweb.com)
Coming soon: DOST's augmented reality library
Following the launch of the augmented-reality-equipped art gallery, the Department of Science and technology (DOST) will launch its newest mobile app to make checking out a book in the library easier. Made by DOST's Science and Technology Information Institute (STII), the STARLib app, or the Science and Technology Augmented Reality Library will "will add new creative dimension to the experience of DOST visitors, library users, and even beneficiaries" and "redesign the library user experience", said STII director Richard Burgos. With the STARLib app, The DOST-STII library will be the first library in the country to use augmented reality. It will also include virtual reality, 3D, animation, and gaming that aims to encourage more researchers to visit the augmented-reality library and read more books and earn more points. The STARLib app will be launched on February 27 in time for the DOST-STII’s 30th Anniversary celebration. (abs-cbn.com)
Pope Francis chastises followers about whet it means to be a Christian If Christian exploits people, leads a double life or manages a "dirty" business, perhaps it's better not to call yourself a believer, Pope Francis suggested. The Pope took a verse on the Gospel of Mark where Jesus says it's better to be drowned than to cause others sin. "So many Christians are like this, and these people scandalize others," the Holy See said during morning Mass at Casa Santa Marta, according to Vatican Radio. "How many times have we heard -- all of us, around the neighborhood and elsewhere -- 'But to be a Catholic like that, it's better to be an atheist.' It is that: scandal. "But what is scandal? Scandal is saying one thing and doing another," Pope Francis said. His words echo the promise he made when he became Pope, that the church should be more open an accepting. In a previous sermons, Pope Francis suggested that even atheists who truly do good deeds can be accepted by God. (cnn.com)