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Quality, durable running shoes are a must-have for kids and Saucony delivers on both accounts! Saucony makes a range of sneakers for girls and boys that are perfect for all kinds of sports, the playground or day trips with friends.
My 3-year-old daughter put the Saucony Girls Baby Ride A/C running shoes to the test over the past couple of months and has officially declared the “purple comfy ones” as her favourite pair. Running, skipping, bouncing, dancing and jumping in puddles (woops!) are just a few of the many “tests” my daughter put these shoes through.
The Saucony Baby Ride’s have durable rubber outsoles which offer kids superior traction. Leather and mesh uppers allow for breathability and air flow, while the large flex grooves provide the ultimate flexibility. My little girl had no problems slipping these shoes on herself as the alternative hook-and-loop velcro closure allows for easy on/off and adjustability. For a toddler who wants to do everything herself, this is a a great feature!
We’ve tried various brands of sneakers but the Saucony Baby Rides are the best out of the bunch. For boys, the Cohesion GT Hook & Loop is a great choice!
Saucony Baby Ride running shoes are available in two colours: Hot Pink and Surf. Sizes for babies and toddlers range from 4-10.
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Angelina Jolie was photographed with her four eldest kids – Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3 1/2 – at the Apple Store in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 10). A spywitness told JustJared that Angelina picked out an iPod Touch with Maddox while the other children played with one of the computers alongside their bodyguard.
Angie and her partner Brad Pitt have stayed true to their word and have reached out to victims of the massive earthquake that struck the island of Haiti on Tuesday. The A-list couple donated $1 million to Doctors Without Borders for the organization’s emergency medical operations in Haiti, Us reports.
Jolie – who is a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations – commented on the natural disaster. “It is incredibly horrible to see a catastrophe of this size hit a people who have been suffering from extreme poverty, violence and unrest for so many decades.”
Pitt – who, along with Jolie, has long supported Doctors Without Borders – added, “We understand the first response is critical to serve the immediate needs of countless people who are now displaced from their homes, are suffering trauma, and most require urgent care.”View Slideshow »»
The late Casey Johnson’s fiancée, Tila Tequila, has revealed that she will be seeking custody of Casey’s adopted daughter, Ava.
Currently Ava is in the care of her maternal grandmother, however, Tila says this is not what Casey wanted.
“Her last wish was to have Ava, have me have Ava,” she explained to Extra. “She’s not resting in peace right now. She has come to me in my dreams.”
Though the cause of death has yet to be determined, Tila, who was not invited to her fiancée’s funeral, says she knows Casey, who passed away January 4, would not have taken her own life:
I know for a fact, because Casey was so excited for our life together, I know for a fact it was not suicide. I know it was an accident because she did have a sleeping problem.
According to People, Casey’s death may have been a result of her neglecting to take her diabetes medication, though Tila has expressed that the heiress had no problems managing her disease.
Supermodel and mother of four, Heidi Klum, graces the February issue of InStyle. The 36-year-old Victoria’s Secret model – who just gave birth to daughter Lou Sulola three moths ago – expresses her joy with motherhood, describing giving birth as “blissful.” The German beauty also talks about her new maternity line (and shares that she’s still sporting her belly-panel maternity pants), how her flirting days are over and shares her dreams for the future with hubby Seal.
On starting her own maternity line called Loved: “I got the idea to design clothes for women like me who want to be fashion forward even with a baby on board.”
On the love that surrounded her during her pregnancies: “Everything is about love when you’re pregnant. The baby’s being loved by you, the baby’s being loved by your husband, by the grandparents, by your children. And you’re being loved by everyone: ‘Can I do this for you? What can I get you? Do you want some M&Ms?’”
On breastfeeding: “My boobs are on a schedule!”
On being like every other new mom: “You don’t walk out of the hospital and get right back into your 27s.”
On changing her last name to Samuel: “I want us all to have the same name. So my husband, the children, and me, we’re now all one.”
From Our Partner MamaPop.com
Cybill Shepherd’s 22 year old son, Cyrus Zachariah Shepherd-Oppenheim, was arrested after he tried to rob sleeping passengers on an overnight cross-country flight. This might not have been the best criminal scheme. Talk about no way to escape.
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are speaking out about the magnitude 7 earthquake that struck Haiti yesterday. It was the strongest earthquake to hit the region in more than two centuries. In a statement released to Celebrity Baby Scoop, the A-lister couple have expressed their deep sorrow at the widespread loss of life that has occurred in the Haiti earthquake.
We are devastated by the news from Haiti. We will work closely with our good friend Wyclef Jean to support the humanitarian efforts on the island and help those who have been injured and left without homes and shelter.”
The high-profile couple visited the island in January, 2006 (pictured above when Angelina was pregnant with their daughter Shiloh) to assist Wyclef Jean’s charity Yele Haiti.
Some more of our favorite celeb parents have taken to Twitter to advocate for the people of Haiti:
Jessica Alba: “@CARE #Haiti “We’re particularly worried about the chldrn, cause so many schools have collapsed” www.care.org< I donated Tnk U 4 ur work!" Ben Stiller: “People in Haiti need our help and attention right now.”
Nicole Richie: “To donate to the ongoing emergency relief efforts in Haiti & Caribbean region, please visit: www.unicefusa.org/haitiquake.”
Alyson Hannigan: “Please RT @redcross efforts 4 Haiti”
An estimated 100,000 or more people have died from the natural disaster, while approximately 3 million people – a third of the country’s population – were affected by the quake.