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Tess Holliday is getting honest about the difficulties that come with being a working mom.
The model and body-positivity activist gave her followers an extremely honest glimpse into her life as of late with an Instagram selfie Sunday, showing tears streaming down her face.
“This is the reality of being a mom. I’ve been up since 3 am, & every time I get Bowie to sleep & try to lay him down, he wakes up,” she captioned the snap, referring to her 8-month-old son with fiancé Nick Holliday.
“He is teething & has no clue I have to work today, & most days I can work 15 hour days, »
- Jen Juneau
Adam Levine is the latest Hollywood hitmaker to get the star treatment on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and he had his cutest (and littlest) fan there to support him.
“I don’t know if it has always been a dream of mine because it always seemed like not something that was ever going to happen. It’s really surreal,” Levine, 37, told People of the honor.”Having my family »
- Lindsay Kimble and Brianne Tracy
Tess Holliday is fighting for equal rights for women — and her right to breastfeed in public.
The model joined the Women’s March in Los Angeles on Saturday, and proudly breastfed her 7-month-old son Bowie amongst the crowd.
“Breastfeed anywhere,” Holliday captioned a photo of the moment, posted on Instagram.
But commenters disagreed with her decision to bring Bowie along at all, let alone breastfeed him, and called Holliday a “irresponsible mother.”
She quickly responded to the criticism.
“Those saying that I should ‘cover up’: You mean when I’m breastfeeding My baby who was a) hungry & b) screaming »
- Julie Mazziotta
2016 claimed a long list of entertainers, but the grim reaper’s most unexpected one-two punch came between the final two holidays with the death of movie icons Carrie Fisher on December 12 and her mother Debbie Reynolds a mere 36 hours later. With the premiere of the documentary about the pair, “Bright Lights” on HBO this weekend, we at the Geeks site thought we should take a look at their considerable contributions to film.
Let’s start with Carrie, who was born in Hollywood, USA on October 21, 1956, the daughter of Debbie and singer/actor Eddie Fisher. She appeared on stage with her mother throughout the late 60’s and early 70’s, even getting her first small screen credit in the 1969 TV movie “Debbie Reynolds and the Sound of Children”. It wasn’t until 1975, when she would make her big screen debut opposite Warren Beatty (quite an arrival) in Hal Ashby’s hit Shampoo. »
- Jim Batts
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