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  • Top of the Morning: Single Mom Sunshine Cruz's Daughters Want Her to Start Dating

    Is the single mom of three ready to move on after a failed marriage?
  • 1. Sunshine Cruz’s daughters encourage her to go on dates

    Two years after being separated from husband actor Cesar Montano, actress Sunshine Cruz revealed that her daughters are encouraging her to start dating again. In an interview on ABS-CBN's “Aquino & Abunda Tonight,” she said, “Ang gusto nila, magkaroon na ako ng love life at inspiration. Sila pa 'yung may gusto for me!” The estranged couple is in the middle of an annulment process after rumors of Cesar’s infidelity surfaced. (abs-cbnnews.com)

    2. “The Muppets” are making a TV comeback
    U.S. network ABC just announced that it’s bringing “The Muppets” back to the small screen. Kermit The Frog and Miss Piggy, together with the whole Muppets gang, will be back -- and it’s not just a rehash of the old one. The new show is billed to be “contemporary” and “more adult,” says Big Bang Theory producer Bill Prady. The documentary-style new show will “explore the Muppets’ personal lives and relationships, both at home and at work, as well as romances, break-ups, achievements, disappointments, wants, and desires”, but will still be family friendly. (mashable.com)

    3. More women are having children, but fewer kids
    According to a new study by Pew Research, more highly educated women with advanced degrees are having children, but the number of women who had three or four children has declined. The reasons aren’t specific -- it could be that more are getting higher degrees, or that more and more women believe that having kids and a career are perfectly normal and doable. The study also found that more women are content with having just one or two children, rather than having three or four kids. (time.com)

    4. Top 10 baby names of 2014 released
    Is your baby’s name on the list? Noah is the number one baby name for boys for two years in a row now, while Emma tops all baby names for girls this year, a comeback from 2008 when it last topped the list. Other names that got high ranks for boys are Liam, Mason, Jacob, William, Ethan, Michael, Alexander, James, and Daniel. The girl’s most popular names were Olivia, Sophia, Isabella, Ava, Mia, Emily, Abigail, Madison, and Charlotte. (mashable.com)

    5. What happens when men “try being pregnant?”
    The Try Guys of Buzzfeed tried to be pregnant for a day — and they hated it. To be fair, they also experienced the joy that expectant women feel when they wore pregnancy bellies for a day in the first part of a special five-part series exploring motherhood. They thought they’d just try the belly on, but the surprise challenge is to have it on for an an entire day. They found out that sleeping, doing yoga, cleaning, getting dressed while pregnant is...hard. (buzzfeed.com)

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