Reportedly, congratulations are in order for Kylie Jenner and Tyga.
The reality star, 18, and her rapper boyfriend, 26, are expecting their first child together, In Touch reports.
While the A-list couple has yet to comment on the report, a friend tells the mag it’s a “dream come true” for the on-again pair.
“She’s always talking about having one with Tyga,” the source adds. “She’s seen him in action with King [his 3-year-old son with ex Blac Chyna]. He’s great with kids, so this was the obvious next step for them.”
In new Snapshot shots, Kylie is seen getting her hair done in a baggy top, perhaps hiding her growing baby bump.
What do you think? Is Kylie expecting her first child with Tyga?
Expectant mama Teresa Palmer has no plans to stop breastfeeding her 2-year-old son Bodhi.
The Your Zen Mama blogger, 30, shares a snapshot nursing her toddler, and talks about the benefits of extended breastfeeding.
“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,” she writes. “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.”
The Warm Bodies actress goes 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,” she shares. “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.”
She adds: “I am personally really inspired by the idea of letting Bodhi choose how long he breastfeeds. Right now I can’t imagine stopping breastfeeding, in fact thinking about our breastfeeding journey ending makes me feel really sad but mainly I can’t see anything in Bodhi that indicates that he is close to being ready to stop and I believe in allowing things to organically unravel in the way they’re supposed to. Also on just a convenience standpoint it’s so easy to calm him through breastfeeding. If he is getting fussy then having a quick 5 minute check in on the boob is all he needs to find his centre, get a boost of confidence and continue on. For us it’s actually made parenting that much easier.”
The Knight of Cups actress argues that extended breastfeeding is still considered taboo by many.
“The social discrimination against woman who breastfeed their older toddler can be immense,” she writes. “I know women who won’t feed their 2 year old in public for this reason. From dirty looks, to whispers and nasty comments, it is downright bullying. I think if woman are equipped and confident with the facts of the health benefits from a scientific standpoint then perhaps they’ll feel empowered enough to continue breastfeeding their older toddler in public. Although “because it’s none of your business this is our right and choice” should be enough of a comment if anyone questions, it can be helpful to shut someone down from a scientific standpoint (I personally just did this last week!) here is some info for the inventory.”
In May, the actress announced her second pregnancy with husband Mark Webber.
Mom-to-be Nicky Hilton wowed in a white maxi maternity dress while out and about in New York City on Thursday (July 7).
The day before, the pregnant socialite, 32, went shopping with her mother Kathy Hilton at Ralph Lauren Baby on Madison Avenue in NYC. Nicky looked pretty in a print mini maternity dress during the afternoon outing.
Last week, we spotted the heiress in a casual gray dress while walking in the Big Apple.
On her first pregnancy: “There were three or four days during my first trimester when I could not get out of bed and all I wanted to do was sleep. But overall, I’m feeling good! Watching my body transform has been amazing. I feel like a woman now.”
On if her daughter will be allowed to star in a reality show: “Not until she’s 18. I’m already super-protective of [the baby]. This guy at the airport asked if he could take a picture with me and put his hand right on my stomach. I was like, ‘Please, don’t touch!’ ”
On the upcoming delivery: “I’m definitely delivering in a hospital. I’ve had friends who’ve gone without drugs and they’ve said it’s super painful but they’d never do it any other way. Meanwhile, my sister Casey, who has two kids, had an epidural both times and she made childbirth look easy. I’m not sure which route I want to take yet. Either way, I’m a little scared. All I know is, the moment I feel my first contraction, I’m going to the doctor. I want to be in the hospital bed, relaxing, with my lavender-oil diffuser set up.”
On planning her wedding while pregnant: “It’s a little overwhelming. After I have the baby, I have no idea what size my breasts will be or if my hips will go down or get bigger. So for now dress shopping, at least, is on hold. I didn’t want to rush getting married because stress is bad for the baby.” She went on to say that none of her former The Hills cast mates are invited. “