Top of the Morning: Finally, A Photo of Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis's BabyBaby Wyatt's photos are leaked on the net, plus, why fat isn't such a bad thing for breastfeeding women
1. Finally, a photo of Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis's baby
Photos from snookinicole.com
Mila (at the left side), Ashton and the cutest BABY WYATT spotted today 😍😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/IL24h0OLd0— The Kutchers (@mila_ashton) January 4, 2015
Though the new parents refuse to make their 3-month old daughter Wyatt's life a spectacle, her first public photos have somehow managed to break into the net. Earlier this month, photos of the trio's Christmas card, which included family portraits, were leaked, giving the fans what they have long wanted to see. In another photo, a fan managed to snap a pic of Ashton carrying baby Wyatt as he greeted a fan. Spell A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E. (nydailynews.com)
2. Airline apologizes to woman on breast pump fiasco
Delta Airlines has apologized to a woman who was required to check-in her breast pump, saying it’s against company policy to bring it with her. The airline also affirmed that they support the rights of women to breastfeed and that breastfeeding and breast pumps are permitted aboard any of their flights and ground facilities. Nursing mother Lauren Modeen said she had to check-in her breast pump and cooler to carry breast milk because gate officials wouldn’t let her board with these in her carry-on bag. (time.com)
3. Legally-blind mom sees baby for the first time
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Twenty-nine-year-old Kathy Beitz, who has a genetic macular degeneration condition known as Stargardt disease, saw her newborn for the first time with the aid of vision-enhancing glasses eSight. eSight glasses are a new invention that enhances video in real time. (abs-cbnnews.com)
4. Women with big bottoms have smarter kids
Kim Kardasian-esque women apparently have an advantage: Researchers from the University of Pittsburg claim that fat supplies found in a woman’s buttocks and thighs help a baby’s brain develop. How? Having extra fat in those areas allows a woman to store additional nutrients that can be passed on to the baby through breastfeeding. The findings are published in the book Why Women Need Fat. (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
5. Medical pot good for some kids, AAP says
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) updated its policy statement on marijuana legalization -— it now says that in some cases, children with certain debilitating illnesses should be allowed derivatives of marijuana to ease their suffering. Compounds in pot, known as cannabinoids, are helpful in stopping seizures for children suffering from epilepsy. The group, though, is firm on their opposition against recreational marijuana use. (time.com)CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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