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  • Top of the Morning: See How Jennylyn Mercado's Son Looks Like Now

    Plus, Prince George gets a car, new award winning children's books, and more!
  • 1. Jennylyn Mercado shares son Alex Jazz' handsome photo

    The award-winning actress recently posted on her Instagram a photo of her unico hijo Alex Jazz. "Hello pogi!" she captioned the post, which has been liked more than 15,000 times. Most of the comments mention that Jazz is the perfect mini-me of his father Patrick Garcia. Patrick is also a dad to daughter Chelsea, 3, with wife Nikka Martinez, with another baby on the way. The two moms and the kids get along very well and spend time together whenever they can. (gmanetwork.com)


    2. Prince George to inherit vintage car
    The little royal preschooler is set to be the owner of a half-size classic Aston Martin V8 Volante from his dad. It was a gift from Prince Charles, George's grandfather, to both his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. Over the holiday break, William took the miniature green sports car, which has leather seats, working headlights and a radio, out of the museum so it can be renovated. The Aston Martin is a luxury car brand that the iconic fictional British spy James Bond drives in his movies. (people.com)



    3. Look! Yasmin Kurdi catches daughter AZ putting on makeup

    Kapuso actress Yasmin Kurdi posted three videos of her daughter Ayesha Zara (AZ) on Instagram, as it shows the three-year-old doing her own makeup. Yasmin relates that she got worried when they couldn't find her or open her bedroom door. "Eto 'yung nadatnan namin. Tinakas niya na pala yung make-up ko, and sabi niya, nag make-up daw siya just like Elsa of Frozen Hahaha! 'Di ko talaga alam kung magagalit ba ako kasi natatawa talaga ako sa kaniya,” she said showing what AZ has done. The little girl was aiming to look like Queen Elsa from the movie "Frozen". All her posts have been liked more than 1,000 times. (gmanetwork.com)

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    4. New award-winning books named
    If you're looking to update your kids' library, the American Library Association just announced its 2016 youth media award winners. The John Newberry Medal, an honor given to most outstanding children's literature, was awarded to the book "Last Stop Market Street" by Matt de la Pena; illustrated by Christian Robinson. The Randolph Caldecott Medal, an honor for the most distinguished American picture book for children, went to "Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear" which was illustrated by Sophie Blackall and written by Lindsay Mattick. Find more new award-winning books on the link.



    5. Recalled: Perrigo children's cough syrup
    Drug retailers are recalling two flavors of the children’s' liquid cold medicine product. The dosage cups that come with the medicine have incorrect markings, which could lead to an overdose. Products with an expiration date of March 2017 are impacted; however all date codes were being pulled from shelves "out of an abundance of caution," said a statement from stores Stop & Shop and Giant. (cbsnews.com)

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