I'm the mama of a sweet toddler girl; a lover of fine goods; and a big fan of summertime. My musings have appeared on many websites, including Huffington Post; The FashionSpot; and McSweeney's; and in another life, I lived in Los Angeles and worked on sitcoms. I'm constantly rearranging furniture; prefer my laundry to dry on a clothesline; and will never let go of the dream that one day my husband and I will own a quaint hotel somewhere on the coast of Italy. Kids stay free. Breakfast buffet included.
Pistorius' intense reaction immediately prompted court to be adjourned. Judge Thokozile Masipa asked Pistorius' lawyer, Barry Roux, to "just attend to the accused -- not sure what's happening." This also isn't the first time Pistorius has gagged in court.
Anyone who ever thought JustinBieber was a nice, respectful boy, who's totally not full of himself, say I. Okay, I see no one is raising their hands, because duh, Justin Bieber's obnoxious. But no matter how irritating you think the pop star is, you've never, ever seen him like this.
TMZ has obtained the video of Bieber in a deposition regarding a lawsuit involving his bodyguard punching a paparazzo, and wow! This kid literally could not be more rude. I never thought he was humble, but I've never seen anyone like this! What a jerk!
We're a nation divided when it comes to letting our toddlers use technology. Some think it's best to eschew this practice completely, while others are totally cool with giving their 2-year-old an iPhone, iPad, or iWhatever. We've all read the studies that claim that keeping kids away from gadgets is best, but ... what if letting your kid play with your iPhone could save your life? For one family, that actually happened.
Two-year-old Bentley Toone is kind of obsessed with FaceTime. He often takes his mother's iPhone and uses it to FaceTime with her friends. In fact, Bentley does this so often, that his mother, Laura, has advised some of her friends to ignore the call when they see it. But after Laura was badly bitten by a dog she was fostering, and desperately needed help, Bentley used his skills to FaceTime a friend and get his mother the care she desperately needed.
Admit it. You've gotten a mild (or not so mild) case of road rage before. Someone cut you off, or drove one mile an hour in front of you when you had somewhere super important to be, and you felt like losing it. Only you didn't. Because there's a big difference between people who want to punch another person in the face, and people who actually do.
Tonya Knight-Joseph was driving in the parking lot of a mall of Cherry Hill, New Jersey when two woman approached her after accusing her of stealing their spot. "She got this close to my face, her nose touched my nose. She was yelling and screaming then she hit me in the face," Knight-Joseph said. Knight-Joseph claims she was then scratched in the face, so she put up her hands in defense. And that's when her finger was bitten off.