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Top of the Morning: Marian Rivera Gets Breastfeeding CounselingThe mom-to-be is preparing for the arrival of her little one. Plus, see who got married and gave birth!
1. Marian Rivera gets one-on-one breastfeeding counseling
The Kapuso actress and mom-to-be is already on the home stretch of her pregnancy. Marian Rivera is focusing on preparing for the arrival of Baby Maria Letizia, and one of the things she's adamant about is breastfeeding. Recently, The #ProudMomToBehad a one-on-one breastfeedingh counseling session with U.S. and internationally certified breastfeeding and lactation consultant Joyce Ann Zaragosa Martinez via The Parenting Emporium. "Dahil sa session natin, lumawak lalo ang kaalaman ko sa mga tama, at dapat kong gawin sa anak kong paparating. I am so thankful and blessed na nakilala ko kayo pareho. Sobrang salamat sa araw na ito. Sobrang empowering," she captioned her Instagram photo. (pep.ph)
2. "Guardians of The Galaxy" star ties the knot
Groot was in attendance pic.twitter.com/dwArtVYas5— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) October 8, 2015
Drax The Destroyer is married. The former WWE wrestler Dave Batista, whose father is of Filipino descent, tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Sarah Jade. He took to Twitter to share the good news, and hinted that Groot was in attendance, referring to a beautiful tree that served as a backdrop for their couple photo. Dave wore a traditinoal black tuxedo while Sarah opted for a sleeveless lace gown. Fellow actors and writer-director of "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie was in attendance, as well as some of his professional wrestler friends such as Titus O'Neil and Chris Jericho. Congratulations! (people.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
3. Singer Jessie James Decker shares adorable breastfeeding photo
The country singer is nothing but full of joy about being a new mom again--and that includes breastfeeding. Jessie James Decker posted on Instagram an adorable mommy-and-me breastfeeding moment with her little bundle of joy, baby Eric Thomas Decker III, who she and husband Eric Decker welcomed more than a month a go on September 4. She captioned the photo: "Love being a mommy and feeding my sweet boy." Jessie, who's also a mom to their toddler daughter Vivienne, took a closer shot of their bonding moment and used the hashtag #normalizebreastfeeding. (eonline.com)
4. "American Idol" alum gives birth to first baby
Kimberly Cadwell and husband Jordan Harvey welcomed their first child, a girl, on Wednesday, October 7. The couple named the new addition to their family Harlow Monroe Harvey. They said in an interview with Us Weekly that it was "the most intense and rewarding day of our lives." Kimberly and Jordan added, "Can't believe she's finally here and we can't keep our eyes off of her, especially when debating on whose nose she has. So many long nights, memories, and adventures to be made with this sweet little girl and looking forward to every minute." Congratulations! (usmagazine.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
5. U.K. boy with incurable muscle-wasting disease gets breakthrough treatment
Four-year-old Cormac Fegan, who suffers from the life-limiting Duchene muscular dystrophy disease, will be the first child in the U.K. to receive National Health Sservice (NHS) funding for the breakthrough drug Translarna. He will begin treatment next month when he turns five, and if all goes well, could somewaht delay the condition and keep him walking for a longer period. Translarna is also the first drug available in Europe to fight the disease. Cormac's dad Gary says, "This is really exciting for us--we feel very lucky. This gives us hope for the future." (mirror.co.uk)