Eli Saslow, The Washington Post Published 5:11 pm PDT, Saturday, June 22, 2019 Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Stevie Crider comforts his wife, Lisa Crider, on June 4 in Cleveland, Tennessee. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson This clinic had two days to fix a lifetime of needs 1 / 10 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about This clinic had two days to fix a lifetime of needs
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The "Unbreakable" Ellie Kemper is embarking on motherhood once again! The actress, who starred in Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," is expecting her second child with husband Michael Koman, her rep confirms to E! News. Kemper and Koman have a 2-year-old son, James Miller Koman. Speculation that "The Office" alum could be pregnant first sparked last week when her personal stylist, Jessica Paster, described Kemper as a "beautiful mommy to be" on Instagram. Paster had styled her in a red snakeskin dress by The Kooples for the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations with "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" event. "You ace it every time, Jess!!!" the 39-year-old star commented on the post. Seth Meyers sits down with Ellie Kemper and jokes around by showing Kemper in some embarrassing "roles." (Published Thursday, May 25, 2017) Kemper gave birth to her first bundle of joy in Aug. 2016. During an appearance on "The Late Show," she revealed how motherhood has impacted her day-to-day by saying, … [Read more...] about Ellie Kemper Is Pregnant With Baby No. 2
TAMPA ― The two-story fixer-upper that Paige and Jonathan Howard purchased last October sits on the southern tip of Davis Island, its front door facing the MacDill Air Force Base runways.Inside, domesticity breaks the sound barrier.Jonathan works as a mortgage broker; Paige helps with her family’s medical-service business. There’s an infant daughter who requires feedings every three hours, and a 2 1/2-year-old son with a more active motor than the KC-135 jets across the street. Amid the bustle, Paige recently re-painted the kitchen cabinets.“With the whole new-baby thing, we live our life three hours at a time,” Jonathan said.Yet these days, Howard, 31, is bent on ratcheting up the tempo in her dizzying life. Though sleep arrives only in increments, she has labored to increase the pace.To around six minutes and change per mile.It’s the kind of clip she’ll need to repeat as Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic women’s 15-kilometer champ. … [Read more...] about Is another mothers’ day looming at Gasparilla Distance Classic?
By NIKITA STEWART and GABRIELLA ANGOTTI-JONES OCT. 30, 2018 When he left the hospital, he joined 11,233 other children under 6 living in New York City’s shelter system. Born Homeless When he left the hospital, he joined 11,233 other children under 6 living in New York City’s shelter system. By NIKITA STEWART and GABRIELLA ANGOTTI-JONES OCT. 30, 2018 Baby Antonio was born homeless. He arrived at 12:29 a.m. on a warm Thursday in August. He was purple and perfectly formed, weighing all of 5 pounds and 12 ounces. He stretched his tiny arms and legs into the air as hospital staff hovered over him to count 10 toes and 10 fingers. His skin turned from purple to a light brown, and he cried, knowing nothing about his world. There is a picture of homelessness etched in public perception: a solitary, disheveled man, begging on a crowded sidewalk, holding a cardboard sign. But the largest single population in New York City’s shelter system is children under … [Read more...] about Baby Antonio: 5 Pounds, 12 Ounces and Homeless From Birth
Jessica Bliss Nashville Tennessean Published 9:19 AM EDT Oct 18, 2018 It was late in the evening, and Emily Long hadn't felt her baby move for a few hours. She did all the tricks doctors and baby books suggest. She laid on her side, eating a chocolate cookie. She drank a glass of orange juice. She woke up her husband, Joel, in bed, and together they placed their hands on her belly, searching for signs of life. They found nothing. They were admitted to St. Thomas Midtown in Nashville a couple of hours later. Just after midnight, doctors confirmed the worst — there was no heartbeat. Emily and Joel Long lost their baby girl on June 5. Afterward, they faced the impossible task of saying goodbye. In such heartbreaking circumstances, parents may only get a few hours with their stillborn baby. Hardly enough time. But, for the Longs, the medical staff at St. Thomas Midtown suggested another way. The hospital owned a Cuddle Cot, a device that when laid underneath the … [Read more...] about Cuddle Cot gives grieving parents precious extra days with stillborn baby