Well of course he wasn’t going to just hand over all the kids.
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“Companies that operate popular kids websites like nickjr.com and barbie.com agreed to a $835,000 settlement and to change their practices after an investigation found the sites were enabled with technology that tracked kids’ internet activities.
“Jamie and Jools Oliver were bursting with pride as they left the hospital with their newest bundle of joy, and the whole family in tow.
The first question that springs to mind here is, “Why have you taken a baby to a Donald Trump rally?” The second question being, “What is wrong with Donald Trump?”
Did you know you could get babies to do housework? No, me neither. But apparently babies will do almost anything if you ask them to. So, why not take advantage of their easy-going natures?
“Michael Phelps is a first-time father.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day in the United States, which means sons around the country will be buying cards and (hopefully) treating their moms nicely for at least 24 hours.
However, moms can be annoying, especially when they fail to grasp technology in the way it was intended. Take texting, for example…
“WHEN reports surfaced today that 49-year-old singer Janet Jackson, who will turn 50 on May 16, is pregnant with her first child, many fertility experts felt a familiar sense of frustration.
“Enough is enough. Madonna is seeking to stop litigation in the ongoing case between herself and her ex-husband Guy Ritchie for the sake of their teenage son, Rocco.
“A lawyer representing the singer told a judge in London’s High Court on Friday, March 11, that the “Material Girl” singer, 57, hopes to “heal the wounds” that have been created by her strained relationship with Rocco, 15, by ending the bitter custody battle.
“Rocco attended the court hearing alone on Friday, but both Ritchie, 47, and Rocco were present at the court hearing on Thursday; Madonna was unable to attend, as she is currently on tour in Australia.”
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“The NSW Health department has confirmed two cases of Zika virus in Australia from passengers travelling from the Caribbean back to Sydney.