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Top of the Morning: Rica Peralejo Talks About Having Another Baby After MiscarriagePlus, DepEd rolls out anti-cyberbullying modules, meet the characters of "Finding Dory", and more
1. Rica Peralejo still wants to have another baby
The actress-turned-lifestyle writer and blogger opened up about how she's coping with suffering a miscarriage. "Death is death, it's not that you just lost a piece of clothing or your camera, you lost a human life," Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio said. Aside from her family and her faith, she also gets strength from the support of the online community. She found that there are so many other women who have gone through the same ordeal. At first, she said she was afraid to get pregnant again, but his son Philip really wants to be a kuya. For Rica, losing a child to miscarriage will certainly not hinder her from trying to get pregnant again, and giving in to her son’s wish. (abs-cbn.com)
2. DepEd rolls our anti-cyberbullying lesson plans
DepEd & Stairway Foundation Inc. reveal the logo of online child protection and anti-cyberbullying project CyberSafe pic.twitter.com/J8VIfB4Atx— Rie Takumi (@rie_takumi) March 30, 2016
The Department of Education (DepEd) recently launched anti-cyberbullying modules for students in Grade 5, Grade 6, and junior high. The lesson plans were developed in partnership with childcare nonprofit organization Stairway Foundation, Inc. (SFI) as part of the CyberSafe project which aims to protect Filipino children from online bullying. The modules aim to help teachers understand their students' needs when it comes to safety protocols online, including gaming and account privacy. A 2012 SFI survey found that nine out of 10 children use the Internet and yet only half of the kids know how to handle online dangers. (gmanetwork.com)
3. Meet the new characters of Finding DoryADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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The much-awaited sequel to the blockbuster hit movie Finding Nemo recently introduced the new characters that will join Dory, Marlin and Nemo, and Crush and Squirt. Finding Dory will feature new characters such as whale shark Destiny, voiced by Kaitlin Olson, and an octopus Hank and a beluga whale named Bailey, voiced by Modern Family TV stars Ed O'Neil and Ty Burrell respectively. Idris Elba and Dominic West will also voice lazy sea lions Fluke and Rudder. Dory's parents Jenny and Charlie will be voiced by Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy. Director Andrew Stanton promises that each character has something special to offer in the film. Finding Dory will hit the theaters in June. (people.com)
4. Snow White's sister is getting her own movie?
Did you know that Snow White had a sister? She does and her sister doesn't shy away from danger. Disney Studios recently announced that Snow White's sister Rose Red will get her own movie, and it will tell the story of the latter's "dangerous quest" with the seven dwarves to try to break the curse cast upon the former. So does that mean Rose Red was supposed to cure Snow White but Prince Charming beat her to it? Disney had no immediate comment, but the source says Rose Red the movie promises to pack a huge girl power punch. (eonline.com)
5. Ashton Kutcher, James Corden sing about fatherhoodADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
In the The Late Late Show, host James Corden, Ashton Kutcher, and fellow That 70's Show actor Danny Masterson take a look into boyband members who become dads, because boyband members grow up and move on with their lives, and become fathers. The three-member boyband "Puff Daddies" -- James, Ashton, and Danny sporting baby dolls in baby carriers and lugging a stroller -- performed their single "I'm a Dad". By the way, these three dudes are real-life dads, so they're singing about pretty real funny stuff. (huffingtonpost.com)
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