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Did we mention it's made from Cool Nights fabric that keeps your body at an ideal temperature all night long? We're big fans of any product that plumps our skin and decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles—and this cream does all that and more. After all, we needed a little extra hydration after drinking all of the coffee and tea. Our team loves these bags because they're plastic-free, dishwasher and microwave safe and keep all of our things in one place. Some tossed in extra phone cords, others stored their snacks for the plane in them. Life gets messy literally and since most of us have littles running around, having these wipes around is a game changer.
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You've got this. Jalen Ramsey is a football player in the NFL and he's also about to become a father for the second time. And this time he's decided to take paternity leave. This week, ESPN published a column with this opening line: "Jalen Ramsey has left the Jaguars because of the impending birth of his second child, and the team has no idea when he will return.
As Fatherly points out, the validity of Ramsey's parental leave was also hotly debated on Twitter, and it's good to see that his employer, Jaguars owner Tony Khan came to his defense even if they don't agree about his future with the team. When a sportswriter took to Twitter, wondering if paternity leave was just a "convenient excuse" for Ramsey to quit playing for the Jaguars, Khan clapped back, calling the tweet appalling.
You have no business questioning someone's family," he tweeted. A man who is about to welcome his second child has decided to take parental leave to support his partner during her birth and postpartum recovery. That's his right and it should be respected. End of story.
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Our society needs to stop questioning them when they stand up and do that. They say pregnancy can be contagious among friends seriously, it's science and a mini baby boom at California fire department is some pretty compelling—and seriously cute—proof. As Today reports, nine firefighters in Cucamonga, California welcomed nine babies in just four months! Of course, they had to celebrate with a photoshoot and of course it's going viral. Gabrielle Costello is married to one of the firefighters, Logan Costello, and their daughter Charlotte was the eighth of the nine babies.
Her mom posted the photos online and can't believe how they've spread. Link in bio for more of the cuteness! This is not the first case of a fire hall baby boom going viral. Back in May seven firefighters in Glenpool, Oklahoma welcomed babies within 15 months, and when their wives decided to take Jovie, Cohen, Saylor, Henley, Kadance, Bodie and Gracie down to the station for a Pinterest-inspired photo shoot, a viral sensation was also born. Avery Dykes. Avery Dykes is a school teacher, fire station wife and the part-time photographer behind the incredibly adorable pictures that thanks to the power of Facebook were featured everywhere from Good Morning America, to Fox News, Yahoo and here on Motherly.
She's also little Jovie's mama. According to Dykes, the fire station baby boom has been an incredible experience, and she's glad the world is seeing the special bond her husband, Kendall, has with his coworkers, and how it connects the babies and mamas, too. You have to be because your husbands are gone a third of the time and they live with these other men at the fire station a third of their lives. We lead a very unique life," she tells Motherly.
According to Dykes, the idea for the photo shoot started with Allysa Shanks, Saylor's mom, who saw a similar photo shoot on Pinterest awhile back. Shanks explained the genesis of the photoshoot to Motherly via Facebook messenger, noting she was on Pinterest looking at baby things for a reason many mamas can relate to.
My husband and I tried for two long years to get pregnant. We actually had just lost his mom to cancer," she explains.
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