Tuesday’s 19 Kids and Counting showed how the home birth plans of new parents Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard went completely awry.
Of course, Duggar and Derick Dillard welcomed their baby boy Israel at a hospital — more than two weeks past his due date — on Monday night.
On Tuesday, viewers of the TLC reality show saw the Dillards’ big preparations as they attended a weekly birthing… Continue reading Not The Way They Planned It! Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard Wanted Natural Home Birth, But Baby Son Israel Born Late At Hospital
HBO explained its decision to cancel “Enlightened” to the press Thursday (July 25). It had partly to with the show’s ratings, which didn’t move much in Season 2, but also with how the season ended — just right, in the opinion of HBO Programming head Michael Lombardo.
“I think the most important element to not going forward was we felt creatively, the story of Amy… Continue reading 'Enlightened' came to 'a natural resting place,' HBO says
A veteran of the Hollywood makeup chair, Christine Taylor is still flaunting flawless skin at 41 thanks to a few simple habits she’s picked up along the way.
“I’m really diligent,” the actress tells PEOPLE about her daily beauty routine, which starts and ends with a good cleanse. “I never miss the morning face wash or the nighttime face wash.” Even after partying… Continue reading Why Christine Taylor Made the Switch to Natural Beauty Products
Authors of children’s media define brilliance. Not only have they realized how to reach the broadest range of audiences, but they have also understood how to relate meaningful content. Children’s movies and books have a twofold effect: impressionable children learn morals, which in turn places parents in a position to re-absorb and teach morals.
Most recently, I saw Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Aside from my infatuation with Zac Efron (Ted) and… Continue reading Dr. Seuss' The Lorax: Seeking the Natural Beneath the Superficial