• Top of the Morning: Taylor Swift Meets Godson, Jaime King's Son

    The pop star's godson, Leo Thames, was born last July 16
  • 1. Taylor Swift meets her godson, Jaime King’s son


    The singer-songwriter had a week off from her 1989 World Tour and she did what any good godmother would: She visited her godson, Jaime King’s second son Leo Thames. Taylor Swift took to Instagram to share their first meeting. She captioned the photo of her holding the newborn, “Meeting my boy.” In another photo of Leo Thames, she wrote, “ Your little hand’s wrapped around my finger and it’s so quiet in the world tonight,” from her song “Never Grow Up.” Jaime King explained before that she chose Taylor because she’s such a beautiful human being. (people.com)



    2. Dr. Seuss’s new book hits the shelves!
    “What Pet Should I Get?” is now available at bookstores. Dr. Seuss’s new book was nearly finished when it was discovered by his wife when she finally tried to clean up his work area, years after the famous children’s author died. The book follows the story of the siblings in his other released book “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” and takes the readers through the process of arriving at a decision about what kind of pet the siblings should get. Find out if they got a pet dog, cat, or fish! (huffingtonpost.com)



    3. Look: Prince Charles made Prince George a tree house!

    Nothing spoiles a child like grandparents do—and the royals are no exception. Prince Charles transformed a part of his garden at his Highgrove House into playground treehouse for his adorable grandson, Prince George. The Victorian-style Shepherd’s Hut comes with a day bench bed and a little stove and sits close to a wildflower meadow near a shady, secluded are, which features a refurbished treehouse that’s just perfect for the toddler prince, who just turned two. The little royal and his proud grandpa have enjoyed picnics and playtime on the grounds. (people.com)


    4. 11-year-old boy climbs world’s seven summits for a cause
    Eleven-year-old Tyler Armstrong from California is climbing the highest peaks in seven continents to raise money to find a cure for Duchene muscular dystrophy, the most common fatal genetic disorder diagnosed in childhood. The disorder cause progressive muscle degeneration and weakness and primarily affects boys. Symptoms appear as early as between ages three and five, and most of those afflicted will be in a wheelchair between ages seven and 12. It’s fatal because it also affects the heart and lung muscles. Tyler is the youngest person to climb California’s Mount Whitney in a single day; he was seven years old then. (people.com)


    5. Ara Mina hopes to reconcile with ex-partner and father of her child
    Even though the actress is no longer in a relationship with the father of her child, Ara Mina says she and Bulacan mayor Patrick Meneses are in good terms. “Kaya focus muna sa baby, hindi muna kami nagpo-focus sa aming dalawa,” she says. The two are parents to their seven-month-old daughter Mandy. Ara shares that they are both giving each other space, but she is optimistic that they can work things out. “Oo naman, kasi nagpaanak ako sa kanya e. Ang dami kong naging boyfriend, hindi ako nagpaanak,” she says. (pep.ph)

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