• Top of the Morning: Cristine Reyes Admits She Was Scared When She Got Pregnant

    Posts a touching message for her daughter on Instagram
  • 1. Cristine Reyes posts touching message for baby Amara

    In a sweet message to her daughter Amara, the actress admitted that she wasn’t ready to be a mom when she got pregnant. She captioned her Instagram video: “I felt you my brave little one. You were a pea, then a large raspberry, then a length of a carrot. I followed advice. Read books. I quit caffeine. Could you tell I was scared? I talked to you. Sang to you.. I wasn't ready.  But then you were here. Light bronze hair, grayish eyes. Your little voice.  Instantaneously captured my heart. I bathed you. fed you. I realized that I would spend my life doing things to make you happy. And then there are times I want to give up. You've made me rethink my sanity. You've made me want to fall at my mother's feet and tell her that I get it. Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart. You smile and grabbed my hand with those 'lil fingers. I loved a little girl very much even more than I loved myself. We're growing together. We are seeing the world like it's new. We will walk hand in hand. Until you let go. I made you, but you made me a mother.  May you always know my little one you were wished for. Longed for. Prayed for. And wanted. You are the sparkle of my new life.” (pep.ph)


    2. First all-girl quintuplets born in Texas
    Woman’s Hospital of Texas welcomed first all-girl quintuplets born in the U.S. last week. Parents Danielle and Adam Busby are so thankful and blessed for their tiny brood of five: Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Page. They are also parents to three-year-old daughter Blayke. The quintuplets were born via intrauterine insemination. The only known quintuplets in the whole world were born in 1969. (yahoo.com)


    3. Gisele Bundchen set to make final catwalk turn

    Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen is taking a final catwalk on the fashion runway at the Sao Paulo Fashion Week (SPFW). The world’s top-earning supermodel is ending her runway career on the same stage where she debuted 20 years ago. She decided to retire because she wants to spend more time with her husband, football star quarterback Tom Brady, and their kids, Benjamin and Vivian. “My body tells me if what I do is worth it, and it asked to stop. I respect my body, it’s a privilege to be able to stop,” she said. She will, however, continue to model off the runway and promote her lingerie line. (abs-cbnnews.com)


    4. Junk food late in pregnancy may teach children to eat unhealthy
    New research found that too much junk food consumed late in the pregnancy may be more harmful to the child than taken earlier in the pregnancy. Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia found that mothers who eat junk food while pregnant could be programming their babies’ brains to be predisposed to eating a high fat, high sugar diet. They are hoping that pregnant women will be aware of the lasting effects their choices have on their unborn children. (psychcentral.com)


    5. Marian Rivera to give up some projects due to pregnancy
    Her doctor gave the Kapuso primetime queen a go-signal to continue working. Marian Rivera, who is two months pregnant, said in an interview, “As long as hindi naman ako nahihirapan at compromise naman [kami ng GMA] na hindi ako masyadong puyat at hindi mabigat yung mga eksena, sabi naman ng OB ko, okay naman.” She’s currently busy with her teleserye and chose to take a break from hosting the noontime show Eat Bulaga. (pep.ph)

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