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Top of the Morning: Is a Baby Coming Soon for Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna?The Eat Bulaga! co-hosts talk marriage and babies
1. Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna plan to have own kids
Eat Bulaga! co-hosts and celebrity couple Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna said in a recent press conference that they have plans of having kids of their own. The "My Little Bossings" actor already has four children from previous relationships and would be happy with another addition to his brood. Pauleen, however, revealed that she wants to get married first before having kids. (abs-cbnnews.com)
2. Being Facebook friends with your child is a plus
Don’t resist the digital age, parents! New research published in Emerging Adulthood shows that parents connecting with their kids on multiple platforms —- Facebook included! -- could lead to a better relationship with them. Researchers also found that adding just one additional mode of communication, aside from the usual calls, texts, and e-mails, leads to a happier parent-child relationship. Learning how to navigate social networking sites could pay off big time. (time.com)
3. Worrying a sign of intelligence?
Then that makes moms the most intelligent humans in the world. A new study to be published in an upcoming edition of the journal Personality and Individual Differences found a link between anxiety and verbal intelligence. Verbally intelligent people think about past and future events in more detail, so they worry a lot. On the other hand, people who are non-verbally intelligent, meaning they can pick up and understand non-verbal cues better, tend to worry less. (yahoo.com)
4. Pinoy Christmas tree featured in New Zealand
A Pinoy-made Christmas tree out of recycled and environment-friendly materials was featured at the Salvation Army’s Christmas Tree Wonderland Event in New Zealand. The tree was decorated with Filipno décor such as abaca twines, shells, and also featured Jollibee dolls wearing international costumes with a “happy birthday, Jesus!” band. It was the most popular Christmas tree that visitors took pictures of at the event. (abs-cbnnews.com)
5. Santa plays a part in kids’ cognitive and emotional development
Here’s one reason to play Santa every year: Research suggests that believing in Santa Claus helps children become critical thinkers. Developmental psychologists explain that believing in impossible beings such as Santa Claus may exercise children’s counterfactual reasoning skills, such as imagining how nine reindeer could fly, and deductive reasoning skills and their use of evidence. (washingtonpost.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW