• Top of the Morning: Singer-Songwriter Kitchie Nadal Says "I Do"

    Kitchie finally said yes to boyfriend Carlos after several wedding proposals
  • 1. Kitchie Nadal says “I do”

    The singer-songwriter behind the 2004 hit song “Wag na Wag Mong Sasabihin” has tied the knot with longtime American boyfriend Carlos, a New York-based artist who is also into music. The couple had an autumn-themed Christian wedding at Hacienda Isabella, Tagaytay City last February 26. Carlos proposed to Kitchie a few times, but she kept asking for more time until she finally said yes. Congratulations! (pep.ph)


    2. JC Intal wants seven kids with wife Bianca Gonzalez
    Actress and TV host Bianca Gonzalez reveals that husband JC Intal originally wanted seven kids. She shares that JC wants a big family because he comes from a big family himself, with six siblings. They already had a compromise, though, all things considered. “We both decided two [kids] would be good,” Bianca shares. (pep.ph)


    3. Moms and kids walk the runway for Dolce & Gabbana

    Dolce and Gabbana’s Sunday ready-to-wear show “Viva la Mama” was inspired by motherhood, so it’s only fitting that moms and kids both rock the runway. The show, held in Milan, featured 11 multitasking models showing off the autumn/winter 2016 collection with their adorable kids in tow. Some were wearing mama-themed outfits, including dresses imprinted with images of the Madonna and Child; one model was even very pregnant as she walked the runway. (yahoo.com)


    4. Pakistan police arrests parents who don’t vaccinate their kids
    As of Monday, March 2, almost 471 parents have already been arrested in Pakistan for not vaccinating their kids against polio, a virus that may cause paralysis but is easily preventable with a vaccine. Pakistan is only one of three countries where polio is considered an epidemic. According to the police, the warrant of arrests is a result of “total determination on their part to end the crisis. (ryot.org)


    5. Goodwill apologizes for shaming breastfeeding mom
    The bookstore had apologized in behalf of two of its employees, who have been suspended after posting rude remarks on Twitter about a customer who was breastfeeding in an Oregon store branch. Mom Emme Ingram nursed while standing in queue to calm her baby. When she checked Twitter, she found a tweet that read: “So I totally had a lady come through my line today while she was breastfeeding her baby. #OnlyAtGoodwill #SawHerNipple” and “I don’t like seeing tits in a public place unless it’s a strip joint. #SorryNotSorry she shouldn’t have taken her baby shopping.” (yahoo.com)

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