Ireland Baldwin: Cuddling Carmen

On February 1, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

Posted: January 31, 2014 by Lisa Estall Alec Baldwin’s daughter Ireland posted a photo of herself and half-sister Carmen on Friday (January 31). The 18-year-old wrote via Instagram: “Spending my morning with chubby bunny.” It was a crazy week for Alec who claimed on Monday that his 5-month-old daughter was “patted down” by airport security in the Bahamas

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Alec Baldwin’s daughter Ireland posted a photo of herself and half-sister Carmen on Friday (January 31). The 18-year-old wrote via Instagram: “Spending my morning with chubby bunny.”

It was a crazy week for Alec who claimed on Monday that his 5-month-old daughter was “patted down” by airport security in the Bahamas. He tweeted: “Flying from Nassau, Bahamas 2 NY. TSA “random selects” my 5 month old daughter 4 a pat down. I am not kidding.”

After many of his followers noted that since the alleged incident occurred in the Bahamas, which is not a part of the U.S., security screenings therefore wouldn’t be conducted by or fall under the jurisdiction of the TSA, an American agency.

Baldwin then followed up his blunder by writing: “So the people that patted down my daughter were not TSA, though we were inbound to the US. Got it. Got it. No, really…. I got it.”

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First Dibs: Who’s Making Alec Baldwin Angry This Time?

On January 29, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

Gabrielle Union isn’t ashamed of what comes naturally, The Wolf Of Wall Street gets even raunchier, and the X-Men get to use a secret weapon in the franchise’s next flick. Another day, another rant from Alec Baldwin. However, this one might be justified.

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Gabrielle Union isn’t ashamed of what comes naturally, The Wolf Of Wall Street gets even raunchier, and the X-Men get to use a secret weapon in the franchise’s next flick.

  • Another day, another rant from Alec Baldwin. However, this one might be justified. The actor claims that security workers patted down his five-month-old daughter at the airport, which is pretty absurd if it’s true. [CNN]
  • As glamorous as Gabrielle Union is, we have to be real — the lady has to handle her bodily business just like we all do. In an interview, she revealed that she never tried to hide the fact that she has bowel movements from fiance Dwyane Wade, and we have to figure it’s why they’re probably so close! [E!]
  • If you weren’t taken aback by all the sex and profanity in The Wolf Of Wall Street, just wait until you see the DVD version of the flick. Apparently, Leonardo DiCaprio has more sex scenes and the additional running time also accounts for more expletives. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! [Perez Hilton]
  • In X-Men: Days Of Future Past, the mutants find themselves battling robots bent on destroying them. How can they preserve their existence? [MTV News]


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Moms, Save Your Sanity With These Holiday Travel Tips

On December 21, 2013, in Celeb, by ayesha

Are you excited about the holidays, but dreading those hours on the plane with your kids? Parent travel pros at Kinsights share their advice – unique tips beyond the usual “check your stroller at the gate” and “bring lots of snacks” – about what really kept them sane in the air.  Here are some great tips that parents shared: 1.

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Are you excited about the holidays, but dreading those hours on the plane with your kids? Parent travel pros at Kinsights share their advice – unique tips beyond the usual “check your stroller at the gate” and “bring lots of snacks” – about what really kept them sane in the air.  Here are some great tips that parents shared:

1. Book a direct flight.Factor in sleep times whenever possible. Pack special lovies/blankets that will make it easier for them to fall asleep.

2. Use the TSA Pre-Check. This rapidly expanding program costs $85 and allows you to speed through domestic security lines without taking off your shoes, belts, etc.  Kids under 12 can go with parents who are part of the program.

3. Pack some new toys along with some tried-and-loved ones. Choose favorite books, an iPad/portable DVD player if they’re old enough to sit still and watch TV/movie, and crafts such as, sticker collages (sheets of stickers are easy to pack and provide a lot of entertainment, especially for toddlers), edible crafts (bring fruit loops and make edible necklaces), body art (tattoo pens are a safe, easy, and washable creative outlet).

4. Must-haves in your carry on. A hungry toddler is an unhappy one so bring plenty of snacks and empty sippies to fill on the plane. Pack more diapers than usual and a change of clothes in case of a particularly tragic potty accident.

5. Make friends with your fellow passengers. Upon finding your seats, pass out a little goody bag filled with chocolates and earplugs to everyone in your immediate vicinity, apologizing in advance for anything that might happen.

6. Bring a cheap lightweight stroller. Umbrella strollers are great for gate-check and to easily wheel around the airport. They also hold diaper bags and other items you’re carrying when your child isn’t riding.

7. Choose a seat in the back row.  Forget about airline status and head to where the other families are.  It’s much easier to have understanding people around you if your kid cries.

8. Hit the aisles to stretch legs. Get up and walk up and down the aisles a couple of times with your child during the flight when possible.  Better as a preventative measure when things are calm than trying to escape with a screaming child during drink service.

9. Cut out the kicking. Does your child love to torture the passenger in front of them with constant kicking? Sitting in a car seat makes this worse, since it leaves even less legroom. If you want to forego the car seat, but still prefer a more secure restraint, try a CARES restraint system.

10. Bring rewards. Buy tons of small toys and snacks and keep them hidden in a carry-on bag. When your child is well behaved, they get a prize from the bag every 15 or 20 minutes. The ultimate prize is a giant ring pop, which might keep your child occupied for up to 30 minutes.

And while you’re busy packing toys, iPads, snacks, and books to keep your kids occupied on the plane, don’t forget to bring something much more important – your child’s basic health information. If your child gets sick or has an accident when you’re away from home, there are some basics that you should always have on hand (for you, and anyone – family member or sitter – watching your child):

•           Pediatrician name and phone number

•           Health insurance information (insurer, group number, policy number)

•           Your contact information

•           Child’s full name and birth date

•           List of allergies and description of reactions

•           Any medications that your child is taking

•           Recent or ongoing medical issues

•           Updated list of immunizations

And rather than scribbling all of this down on a stack of post-it notes or lugging a file around, you can consolidate everything in a beautifully charted personal health record for free on Kinsights – they’ll keep it organized, private, and secure. Before you head out the door, print a copy and toss it in your carry-on bag.  Along with fruit loops and sticker sheets.

About Kinsights:

Meet Kinsights: part parenting community, part online health record. Kinsights provides parents with a safe place to seek answers to their questions while also helping them track their child’s health information. Organize your child’s growth and development milestones, immunizations, medications, allergies, and more.  Connect with Kinsights at Kinsights.com to learn more and sign-up-and it’s free! You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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