Teen Mom’s Kailyn Lowry Is Pregnant

Get ready for baby number three! Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry is pregnant with baby number three. The news was confirmed by Kailyn on her blog on Friday, February 24, after tabloids had been reporting that it was suspected that she was pregnant. Kailyn is already mom to Issac, 7, with ex Jo Rivera, and Lincoln, 3, with her ex-husband Javi Marroquin. “I am pregnant”, the 24 year old posted on her website Friday morning. “I’m sad that I should have known that people in my life would sell me out before I was ready.” she continued.

Apparently knowing that she would be bombarded with questions from Teen Mom fans, Kailyn explained a little more about her situation and answered the questions that she knew would be on everyone’s minds. “Jo has been aware of things for awhile now. He was one of the first to know because we can have adult conversations about things while he respectfully gives his opinions”. She revealed. However, when it comes to Javi, Kailyn revealed that she “never got to have a conversation” with Javi about the pregnancy. This leaves Teen Mom fans reeling, wondering who the father of Kailyn’s new baby could possibly be. On the subject of whether she is having a boy or a girl, Lowry shared that while she is halfway through her pregnancy, she has decided to wait until summer to find out the baby’s gender. 

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What’s a quality family time mean to you?

“Being a family means you are a part of something wonderful. It means you will love and be loved for the rest of your life no matter what.”

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My family and I on a lunch date.

Occasion? There’s none!

Sometimes we get too busy with work and priorities in life that we unconsciously lose track with the most important people in our lives – our family. Even weekends are spent with something else at times. We do work overtime, we go out with friends, we go shopping, we eat out, we watch movies and the rest of the day is spent with ourselves – alone – in our room…socializing with friends online, checking out epiphone vs gibson, reading books, if not, snoozing . Yes we may have shared the same roof, see each other everyday, casually talk with one another — but are these what we consider quality time?

Each of us define “quality time” differently. To many it could mean a weekend; to some a day or two; and to few others maybe a getaway. To me a quality time spent with a family doesn’t have to be measured by time or distance. I spend time with my family at anytime and any day, with or without a reason simply because they are important part of me and they deserve my time. It doesn’t have to be planned. It doesn’t even require an occasion to spend time with each other.

The nature of my job can be very demanding and may require most of my time so I can only stay home just as much and when I do, I always find time sitting down with them over lunch or dinner. In addition my new weekend passion which is baking has became my way of getting close to them. Each time I try something new, I always have them as my critics. 😀

What about you? What does a quality family time mean to you?

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The Science of Babies’ Cuteness

This little bunch of joy will soon to rock our world with tyler joseph ukulele . 😀

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At first glance, you would think that this cute little soul is a boy. No, she’s not. But with the way she look at here, many might thought she is.

This turning nine month old AJ is my younger sister’s fourth child. She’s everybody’s favorite. I think that’s what babies really are. Each time I come home from work, I look for her above all else, as if she’s mine. I used to come home to my dog, Maggie before she came. Now, it’s as if everyone wants to get near her every chance they get. I try not to wonder, though. She’s simply irresistible!

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So why do we find babies so cute?

Science says more “cuteness” equals more care and more protection, which is especially important for human babies who are completely dependent upon their caregivers when born.

Technically, the term “cute” is referred to as “baby schema,” which is a set of features that make something adorable in the most generally accepted terms. Traits include a rounded head, large eyes, protruding cheeks, a big forehead, round body and soft skin.

When these traits are seen or even enhanced, it activates a part of the human brain that gives feelings of anticipation, excitement or the urge to cuddle or hold babies.

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