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    Hi y’all. I am Tami Rose and I love Mississippi. I love our beautiful wide-open spaces and all our amazing waterways. I come from a beautiful state where the people are so precious and kind to one another in everyday life. We hold doors for each other and make eye contact and speak to strangers. We are the hospitality state, and we try to make everyone feel welcome. Yet at a political level, especially when history gets involved, we can be unspeakably cruel to each other. I cannot say how ashamed I am of my state today. It grieves my soul that Mississippi will play an instrumental role in overturning Roe v. Wade. This opinion is a nuclear bomb to the health and autonomy of women. Additionally, it will roll back all of the gains our society made over the last half century—especially as it is couched in this blistering opinion by Justice Alito that has been leaked from the Supreme Court. The Alito opinion as written does not just roll back Roe v. Wade—it severely limits what rights the...
    LITTLE People, Big World's Matt Roloff has thrown shade at his sons Zach, Jeremy, and Jacob, after he was slammed by fans for not selling his $4million farm to his own family. Matt, 60, has revealed on Instagram that he is officially selling the Oregon pumpkin farm.  5Matt Roloff has asked for $4million for the famous farmCredit: Muum Media 5Matt announced the sale of his 'original family home and bright red barn'Credit: Instagram The LPBW star mentioned that about "16 acres" of the "109 acres" has gone up for sale. The reality star mentioned that the sale is a "a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting." He concluded: "Its time to move toward the next season of life." According to the Wall Street Journal, the Roloff patriarch has asked for about $4 million with the sale of the "original family home and bright red barn," where he and his ex-wife raised their four children. Read more about Little People, Big WorldCUTTING HER OUT? Little People's Amy SNUBS Tori from twins' birthday post in family feudISN'T YOUR BUSINESS Little People's Isabel slams trolls who 'food-shame' her...
    The daughter of an Indiana fertility doctor who used his own sperm to artificially inseminate his patients without their consent has revealed she 'fears the avalanche of siblings' will never stop. A new Netflix film, released today, 'Our Father' chronicles how a woman's DNA test led to the sickening discovery that the once lauded Dr. Donald Cline secretly fathered dozens of his patients' children at his clinic in Indianapolis in the '70s and '80s.  The documentary directed by Lucie Jourdan features Jacoba Ballard — one of the first people to learn that Cline was her biological father — and many of her half-siblings.  Speaking to The Guardian, Jacoba revealed how she 'actually had a new sibling pop up the day the trailer' came out, with the film's director Lucie explaining: 'You could watch this and be oblivious to the fact that you’re part of it, then suddenly everyone in the film is your sibling. There’s a high likelihood that’s going to happen.' Jacoba Ballard, Tthe he daughter of Indiana fertility doctor Dr Cline who used his own sperm to artificially inseminate his patients without their consent...
    A daddy vlogger suddenly deleted his videos after 12 years of documenting family life in order to give his children a fresh start online. Irish couple Jonathan Saccone-Joly, 42, and his wife Anna, 34, who live in Surrey, set up YouTube channel 'The SacconeJolys' in 2010.  The duo began to document their life before and after having children Emilia, nine, Edie, eight, Alessia, five, and Andrea, four.   They shared everything from the births of their brood to dinnertime with their almost 2 million followers and earned an estimated £1.5 million as a result of their online videos.  But Jonathan has taken the decision to stop vlogging and delete his videos because he wants to give his children a chance to 'curate their own life story on the internet'. Since his Instagram story explaining his decision, he has re-uploaded some of his clips of special occasions.  Irish vlogger Jonathan Saccone-Joly, 42, took to TikTok to explain why he was deleting the family's popular YouTube videos  Jonathan and Anna had set up the SacconeJolys to document their life before and after having children...
    A nanny and two children aged five and six have been shot dead by a gunman who opened fire at a kindergarten in Russia's central Ulyanovsk region on Tuesday. The gunman, who is believed to be 68 years old and a local resident, entered the kindergarten in the village of Veshkayma and shot dead the three victims before ending his own life, a source told Interfax news agency. Local health officials said one other staff member was wounded in the attack. The armed man, who had a hunter's license, walked into the kindergarten during nap time and fired from a Soviet double-barrelled hunting rifle IZH-27. There was no guard on duty. A nanny and two children aged five and six have been shot dead by a gunman who opened fire at a kindergarten in Russia Ulyanovsk region on Tuesday. Pictured: An unconfirmed image of the kindergarten where the gunman opened fire The gunman, who is believed to be 68 years old and a local resident, entered the kindergarten in the village of Veshkayma and shot the three victims before ending...
    IF you have young children, you know the fear that comes with leaving them in public spaces without your 24/7 supervision. Parents often stress about all of the things that could go wrong when their kid is out of their sight. 3A parenting coach said she was nervous about her son getting to the age where he uses public bathrooms aloneCredit: TikTok 3She came up with a clever way to ensure he was safeCredit: TikTok A mom and parenting coach named Lisa Bunnage, who goes by @bratbustersparenting on TikTok, has gained a following thanks to her useful advice on raising children. She recently revealed how she ensures that her young son stays safe while in a public bathroom. “He was probably about eight and he didn’t want to go in the women’s bathroom at the mall anymore. And I understood that, so I said: ‘Ok you can go in the men’s bathroom if you want.’” A bit nervous about leaving him alone in such a vulnerable setting, she decided to let everyone in the bathroom know that she was right...
    SACRAMENTO (KPIX 5) — Lily Colby fought hard for herself and her siblings when they were children growing up in the foster care system. Now she’s helping other foster youth find their voices. Colby’s advocacy on behalf of foster children, and her talent for writing legislative policy, brought the 34-year-old lawyer to Sacramento. Her childhood experiences engendered Colby with a deep empathy for others. READ MORE: Judge: 5 Oakland Police Officers Involved In Death Of Joshua Pawlik Were Wrongly Fired“I need to be able to help people when they are struggling,” said Colby. “I grew up in poverty, and in the foster care system. And I know what it is like to move from place to place, and to be separated from my siblings, and to see injustice or to experience it first hand, or to have it happen to my brothers or foster siblings.” It’s that lived experience, coupled with a pandemic career reset, that inspired Colby to start her own online business, aptly called With Lived Experience. Colby hopes it will provide a safe space for foster children...
    A man was pepper-sprayed in Arlington, Virginia, Tuesday by a woman who said he was taking pictures of children. It turned out, he was taking pictures of his own kids. More Arlington News Arlington police said in a statement that the woman reported the man to a security officer at the Pentagon City Mall on South Hayes Street Tuesday afternoon. The security guard talked to the man, police said, and determined that he was taking pictures of his own children. The woman then sprayed the man and ran off, police said. The man was treated on the scene by medics. She’s wanted for malicious injury by caustic agent.
    The children of the Indiana fertility doctor who used his own sperm to artificially inseminate his patients without their consent are sharing their horrifying story in an upcoming Netflix documentary.  Premiering on May 11, 'Our Father' chronicles how a woman's DNA test led to the sickening discovery that the once lauded Dr. Donald Cline secretly fathered dozens of his patients' children at his clinic in Indianapolis in the '70s and '80s.  The documentary directed by Lucie Jourdan features Jacoba Ballard — one of the first people to learn that Cline was her biological father — and many of her half-siblings.  'Growing up, I felt different,' she explained in the film's shocking new trailer.  The new Netflix documentary 'Our Father' details how Dr. Donald Cline, a fertility specialist in Indianapolis, Indiana, used his own sperm to inseminate patients without their consent Cline secretly fathered dozens of children through his fertility clinic in the '70s and '80s Ballard, who grew up an only child, had known she was conceived via sperm donor since she was 10 years old. In 2014, the then 33-year-old signed up for...
    On Tuesday, Robbie Pierce, his husband Neal Broverman, and their two children—a 6-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter—took an Amtrak train from Los Angeles to Oakland, where Broverman, the executive editor of LGBTQ publication the Advocate and editorial director for print media at parent company Pride, was heading on a work trip. Pierce, a substitute teacher, and their children were tagging along. Around 10 hours into the journey, a man in their carriage started shouting at the family, and particularly their 6-year-old son Calvin. “Remember what I told you,” he shouted at Calvin. “They stole you. They’re pedophiles.” In a series of tweets the day after the incident, which went viral, Pierce related how he told the man to get away from his family. The man responded: “Family!? That’s not a family! You’re rapists. You steal Black and Asian kids.” Pierce and Broverman fostered Calvin when he was 2, and adopted him 18 months ago; they are foster parents to their daughter, whom they began parenting a year and a half ago (and decline to name, because she is a...
    GILBERT Gottfried mourned his friends Bob Saget and Louie Anderson with a photo tribute in an eerie post just 3 months before his own death. The legendary comedian has passed away at the age of 67. 1 His death comes just three months after he shared a photo on social media of him with Bob Saget and Louie Anderson, who both recently passed. He added the heartfelt caption: “This photo is very sad now. RIP Bob Saget and RIP Louie Anderson. Both good friends that will be missed.” Gilbert's family confirmed today in a statement that he has died following a long illness, although it’s currently unclear what condition he was battling. The statement announced via social media: ”We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our beloved Gilbert Gottfried after a long illness. “ In addition to being the most iconic voice in comedy, Gilbert was a wonderful husband, brother, friend and father to his two young children.  “Although today is a sad day for all of us, please keep laughing as loud as possible in Gilbert's honor.” Gilbert...
    Netflix viewers have been moved to tears by a Japanese reality show that follows children as young as two while they attempt to complete everyday tasks without the help of their parents. Old Enough was originally released in Japan in 1990 as Hajimete no Otsukai, which translates to 'My First Errand', but has only just become available to stream in the UK. Among the 20 episodes is a child buying items from the supermarket, as well as another who is tasked with making fruit juice, without any help from their parents, as they're followed by the reality show's camera crew. The show has been airing in Japan for 30 years, and those with safety concerns may feel reassured to know that a huge amount of preparation goes in to inspecting the errand routes before the tasks.  A hidden safety team watches their ever move and neighbours are informed in advance that the children will be completing tasks in the area, after a lengthy selection process to make sure they can handle it.   Viewers have taken to Twitter to reveal how much...
    Paranoid media tycoon Robert Maxwell used microphones hidden inside a lamp to listen to the conversations of his wife and children, a BBC documentary has revealed.  The heavily-indebted owner of the Daily Mirror, who was found dead in 1992 after apparently falling from his yacht, snooped on those closest to him at his family's home Headington Hill Hall, in Oxfordshire.  The tycoon had nine children with his wife Elisabeth, including daughter Ghislaine and sons Kevin, Ian and Philip. After his death and the collapse of his business empire, Mrs Maxwell was forced to sell everything inside the family home. More than 600 lots were eventually sold via auction house Sotheby's in January 1993.  The possessions had been tipped to sell for £300,000 but sold for more than £200,000 above that figure.  In tonight's episode of the BBC's House of Maxwell, antique dealer Malcolm Gordon spoke of the moment that he found two microphones hidden under the shade of an antique lamp that was in the sale and which was bought for £402.  He said: 'I came across this lamp, but...
    A four-year-old girl was fatally shot by her two-year-brother at a gas station after he found a gun in the car while her dad paid for fuel. The children, who were not identified by police, were inside a car at the Eagle Save Mart in Chester, Pennsylvania, about 11am on Tuesday when the two-year-old found the gun.  While handling the legally-owned weapon, he accidentally shot his sister.  The children's father and another guardian were reportedly inside the store paying at the time of the shooting. The father reportedly ran outside when he heard the gunshot and rushed his little girl to the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. A gas station worker, Theodore Crumpler, who is a friend of the father, said 'Moon' and his children frequently come to the gas station.  'He went in the store. Usually, he has someone pumping gas, which would be me or somebody else and I would watch the kids,' Crumpler told NBC Philadelphia. 'But I wasn't here today. I'm so hurt that I wasn't here.' A four-year-old girl was fatally shot by...
    VIDEO1:4601:46Many students aren't learning personal finance from their parents: CNBC SurveyHalftime Report Most Americans believe it is the job of parents to teach their kids about money. Yet many don't actually talk to their children about finances, a CNBC + Acorns Invest in You survey found. Some 83% of U.S. adults said parents are the most responsible for educating their children on the topic, according to the survey, conducted by Momentive. The online poll was conducted March 23-24 among a national sample of 3,953 adults, 1,149 of whom were parents.Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwardsAt the same time, only 15% of parents said they spoke with their children more than once a week about household finances, 13% said once a week and 16% said once a month. Some 24% talk to their children less often and 31% never do. Those who earn less money were more likely to have those money conversations once a week or more, as were Black and Hispanic respondents, the survey found. "Every child's very first teacher is their parent," said Yanely Espinal, director of educational outreach...
    A MOTHER and daughter duo are experiencing pregnancy together in a unique way. Chalise Smith, 50, is having her 24-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn Munoz's, baby after Munoz learned she can no longer become pregnant. 4A 50-year-old woman is the surrogate for her 24-year-old-daughterCredit: Mercury 4The mother said the decision was basically a no-brainer for herCredit: Mercury The unorthodox journey began when Munoz was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Sjogren's syndrome in 2019, per the Daily Mail. According to MedlinePlus, the syndrome "means that your immune system attacks parts of your own body by mistake." Unfortunately, Munoz said her doctors told her an effect of the syndrome is infertility. "I was told by health professionals that it wouldn't be safe to carry anymore children. Read more in lifestyleFREE SPIRIT I’m moving to NYC without my husband – trolls say our marriage is doomedBIG BETRAYAL I got a tummy tuck so my husband would find me attractive– he cheated anyway "I was crushed, it's always been my dream to have a big family, it's been my dream to be a mother with lots...
    A mother-of-eight is pregnant with her own grandchild after discovering her daughter was struggling with infertility. Chalise Smith, 50, from Utah, offered to be a surrogate for her daughter Kaitlyn Munoz, 24, after she was told she could no longer have children due to a devastating auto-immune disease. Kaitlyn, who lives in El Paso, Texas, was diagnosed in 2019 with disease that attacks healthy parts of her body called Sjogren's Syndrome, and she also suffers from endometriosis -a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tube. She was lucky enough to conceive her first born Callahan, now two, through IVF, before being diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome. Now, Chalise, who lives in Utah, is pregnant with IVF with Kaitlyn's second child, a girl, who is due to be born in May.  Chalise Smith, 50, offered to be a surrogate for her daughter Kaitlyn Munoz, 24, after she was told she could no longer have children due to a devastating auto-immune disease. This means Chalies is now pregnant...
    Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Friday accused Florida of playing political games with children and said its 'Don't Say Gay Bill' amounted to bullying in 'our own backyard.' The state's Parental Rights in Education bill has triggered national controversy, adding fuel to the nation's culture wars over what should and should not be taught in schools.  It prohibits 'classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity' and was passed last week by the state legislature. It now awaits the signature of Governor Ron DeSantis.  On Thursday, Cardona and other administration officials held a closed-door meeting with Florida LGBTQ students and their families. 'I had a 12th grader who shared that he knew he was different since he was five. He said this is pure hatred,' Cardona told CBS Mornings. 'I had a parent saying, please don't use my children as a pawn in your political games.  'So for me, this is about protecting all students. 'I feel frustrated. You know, across the world we know we don't like bullies, right. But yet right in our own backyard, it's happening.' When...
    MORE than 25,000 big-hearted Brits last night offered to take in Ukrainians shattered by Vladimir Putin’s war. Their incredible generosity crashed The Homes for Ukraine appeal website in its first two hours. It is Britain’s biggest refugee resettlement scheme since World War Two. 11More than 25,000 big-hearted Brits last night offered to take in Ukrainian refugees 11A Ukrainian woman cries after reaching safety and crossing the border into Poland Donate here to help Sun's Ukraine fund PM Boris Johnson hailed Brits for “opening up their homes in this hour of need." He said: “The British public have shown huge solidarity with the people of Ukraine and we stand together against Putin’s appalling aggression." Ministers compared the national show of generosity to those who took in Jewish children fleeing Hitler’s Germany. In stirring scenes in Parliament, MPs stood up to tell how their constituents had been horrified to see maternity wards shelled and cities levelled, and wanted to help. Announcing the scheme, Cabinet minister Michael Gove said it was time to show we stood “shoulder to shoulder” with those fleeing persecution. He said:...
    Bilgoraj, Poland (CNN)Oksana remembers how she knew the Russian attacks had started in Ukraine. It was about four in the morning when she heard a massive blast. Her adrenaline spiked. She shook her husband awake and said: "Kolya, there is a war!"Suddenly the household was frantic. They started to seal the windows to keep the glass from shattering inwards, but Oksana knew that wasn't enough. They had to get down to the basement. It was by no means a bomb shelter. It was never built for that. But it would have to do. There was no time to go anywhere else. It wasn't just Oksana and Kolya. She also cares for orphans and foster children in Brovary, just outside the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, for SOS Children's Villages. "A child started to scream," Oksana told CNN. "I was trying to calm him: 'look at me, breathe, we're gonna seal the windows, everything is under control. Now we need you to stop the panic and help us,'" she said she told him. War forces a grim choice Read MoreThe foster children...