Grammy Award-winning singer Jewel posted a precious video with 5-year-old son Kase via Instagram.
“Introducing Kase’s first public performance! With me! We were at a friends house in Alaska and Kase decided to sing w me for our friends – I was so thrilled! The way he rocks back and forth murders me,” the proud mama, 42, captioned the cute clip.
The Foolish Games hitmaker also posted a sweet video of her son, the “pet veterinarian.”
“Emergency! Anyone know a good (stuffed animal) Veterinarian?” she captioned the adorable clip.
The Hands hitmaker raises Kase with her ex-husband, pro rodeo cowboy Ty Murray.
Expectant mama Teresa Palmer radiated the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of Lights Out at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday (July 19).
Joined by husband Mark Webber, the Warm Bodies actress, 30, was beautiful in a black Michael Kors gown paired with jewels by Meira T Designs.
After the posh premiere, the actress posted a fashion photo via Instagram.
“Buzzing after seeing #lightsout @lightsoutmovie with a crowd at tonight’s premiere! So thankful to the audience and critics responses. THIS FRI it opens! Styling by: @annabelleharron Makeup by: @missjobaker Hair by: @hairbyjohnd Bumpy and I wearing: @michaelkors with Jewels by: @meiratjewelry #lightsout #preggo,” she wrote.
Last week, the expectant mama shared a shot breastfeeding her 2-year-old son Bodhi.
“Nursing beyond a year is also referred to as “Extended Breastfeeding”. I’ve always questioned the term “extended breastfeeding” especially since the World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding to age 2 and beyond,” wrote the Knight of Cups actress. “My son is currently 2.5 years old and It’s strange to me to think that we now fall under the “extended breastfeeding” label. He still seems like such a baby to me and is still very dependent on me for so many things. But having his boobies is certainly his favorite activity and I assume it will be so for much longer.”
She went on to talk about the joys of breastfeeding.
“Bodhi enjoys eating a wide variety of food and I would suggest he breastfeeds mostly for comfort and a feeling of connection as well as meeting his nutritional needs,” Palmer shared. “Some believe that when solids are introduced that breastfeeding is no longer calorically required and therefore are pressured to wean. To me just because Bodhi’s caloric need is being met does not mean I am willing to negate my sons yearning for emotional comfort which is just as real and important a need. So I happily continue breastfeeding with the addition of food.”