• Top of the Morning: Beyonce's Daughter Blue Ivy Celebrates 3rd Birthday "Frozen"-Style

    Blue celebrates Frozen-style, plus, child who went missing while flying alone found
  • 1. Happy 3rd birthday, Blue Ivy!

    The music industry's royal baby, Blue Ivy Carter just turned three and her party was so cool —- like "Frozen"-cool. Although parents Jay-Z and Beyoncé are keeping things private when it comes to their family life, the songstress posted on Instagram snapshots of their celebration: one picturing Blue holding a slice of her rainbow birthday cake on a plate, and another, where a number-three-shaped balloon sits next to a snowflake etched from a block of ice. Happy birthday, Blue! (people.com)


    2. Jennifer Love Hewitt is pregnant!
    Looks like there will be more "Love" to go around for actress Jennifer Love Hewitt, who is expecting her second child with husband Brian Hallisay. The couple are already parents to daughter Autumn, who just celebrated her first birthday last November. Their whole family is thrilled to welcome another bundle of joy. Congratulations! (people.com)


    3. Theo and Beau welcome baby sis

    Remember the pup-and-tot duo whose special bond was captured in naptime photos? The world fell in love with Theo and Beau back in 2013 as their shots became popular on Instagram. Just last September, Beau welcomed a new baby sister, and now she's part of their naptime shots, too! (huffingtonpost.com)


    4. New gadget alerts you if you left your child on car seat
    Babies left in the car by absent-minded parents often result to tragedy and this new gadget aims to avoid that. Voxx Electronic’s alert system combines child seat weight sensors with key chain fobs that connect wirelessly via Bluetooth. A fob alarms its bearer as it walks away from his car if pressure sensors indicate a child is still in his car seat. Since 1998, more than 600 children have died from heat stroke after being left in vehicles. (abs-cbnnews.com)


    5. 10-year-old girl lost in flight found
    Annie and Perry Klebahn’s daughter, Phoebe, 10, went missing as she was on her way to camp, flying alone from San Francisco to Traverse City, Michigan via a United Airlines connecting flight in Chicago, and her parents only found out when camp coordinators called to say she hadn’t arrived. She was found an hour after the incident was reported. Apparently, United Airlines' third-party service representative that was supposed to assist children like Phoebe who are flying alone did not show up, and no United Airlines staff was available either to help her make it to her connecting flight, even when she asked for help and asked to make a phone call to her parents. The airline apologized to the family and refunded her tickets. (huffingtonpost.com)

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