Pregnant Bindi Irwin Loves Maternity Jeans, Says She’s Never Going Back

first_img– Advertisement – Pregnant Bindi Irwin Jokes She’s Never Going Back After Trying Maternity JeansCourtesy of Bindi Irwin/InstagramLOL! Bindi Irwin is keeping it real during her first pregnancy with Chandler Powell and new moms can totally relate.In an Instagram post on Monday, November 9, the 22-year-old declared her love of maternity jeans, showing off her pair with a button-up. “Now that I know the comforts of maternity jeans, I don’t think I’ll ever be able go back,” she wrote in the accompanying caption. “Any other mamas out there that can relate? 💙”- Advertisement – Her followers confirmed that they, in fact, could related. “My kids are 9 and 3 and I still on occasion wear some of my old ones 😂,” one person commented.“I still wear my maternity pants and I haven’t been pregnant since 2016,” another one wrote. Meanwhile, someone else pointed out, “They are even better post partum ❤️.”The Bindi the Jungle Girl alum announced back in August that she and her husband were expecting their first baby. “Baby Wildlife Warrior due 2021,” she wrote in an Instagram at the time. “It’s an honor to share this special moment in our lives with you. Though I’m still in my first trimester, we really want you to be part of our journey from the beginning of this new life chapter. We couldn’t wait to share the news as this beautiful little being has become the most important part of our lives.”- Advertisement – “They’re enjoying every element of the pregnancy and feel beyond blessed to have so much support and love from their family, friends and fans,” the insider continued. “Bindi decided right from the get-go it would be great to share her entire pregnancy journey on social media, and Chandler’s been taking photos and helping her with the posts – as has her brother, Robert [Irwin], andmom Terri [Irwin].”Listen on Spotify to Get Tressed With Us to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!) Since then, she’s seemed to thoroughly enjoy the journey, sharing all kinds of snaps along the way. On October 21, she showed off her growing stomach in an Instagram, writing “Dinner with the fam and baby bump. There are no words to describe how much I love our baby girl.”A source confirmed, exclusively telling Us Weekly that the couple is “walking on air” as they await the baby’s arrival.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Syracuse looks to eliminate late defensive lapses and improve offensively

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 19, 2017 at 12:52 am Contact Anthony: [email protected] After Syracuse’s first victory of the season on Oct. 13, it eyed a weekend sweep against Providence.After taking a commanding 2-0 lead, the Orange defense faltered in the final period, a recurring theme this season. With the Orange struggling offensively, Providence tied the game before winning in overtime. On Friday, Syracuse (1-4-1) will look to correct its mistakes when it hosts No. 9 Northeastern (2-3-1).“What we’re finding, certainly three weekends in,” SU head coach Paul Flanagan said, “is that we’ve struggled in the third periods. We’ve been outscored and I think we have been outplayed quite a bit.”In practice, Syracuse puts a focus on improving its third-period performance. Flanagan attributes much of SU’s struggles to conditioning, something he says the team is working harder on.“I thought we played some real good first periods, and parts of second periods, we have really struggled in the third,” Flanagan said. “So I would attribute that directly to our lack of being as fit as we need to be.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textProvidence’s overtime goal, which handed the Orange its fourth loss of the season, is one the team could’ve prevented, senior defender Megan Quinn said. She believes there were multiple mistakes made that eventually led to the goal.There are a few things Quinn believes the team can do to improve defensively, such as knowing one’s role and where to be on defense. In practice, she said, the team has been working on blocking shots and defending after opponents enter the zone.Quinn believes the defensive collapse can be taken as a learning experience, one that the team can improve on as the season progresses. There are some positives to take away from, such as a quick offensive start and Victoria Klimek’s first collegiate goal.“I was happy we got up another goal,” Klimek said.Klimek was ultimately disappointed in the outcome, despite her first goal. In order to improve on the offensive end, she said, the Orange must work harder and be more creative on three-on-two attacks and in the neutral zone.Skating fast, checking hard and being in the right position will also be key in improving SU’s offensive output.Flanagan is happy with the opportunities the Orange is getting on the offensive end of the puck, pointing toward SU’s eight breakaways this past weekend. Syracuse has jumped on loose pucks and created space.“I like the fact we’re getting opportunities,” Flanagan said, “and now we have to bear down on our execution.” Commentslast_img read more

Council approves study of poverty

first_img [email protected] (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Councilman Bill Rosendahl said the panel needs to do more than talk about the issue, but come up with concrete proposals that can be used to spur a national debate. “We have all these presidential candidates coming out for the primary election next February and I would like us to have something we can use to hold their feet to the fire on these issues,” Rosendahl said. Alarc n said he hopes the panel will be able to develop a master plan on a variety of issues – from pay to health care and housing – that affect the poor. In Los Angeles, it costs $54,000 for a family of four to be above the poverty level, Alarc n said. Alarc n said the traditional formula for determining poverty levels is three times the cost of food. “That is fine for rural areas, but it doesn’t apply to a city like Los Angeles where the costs are so much higher,” Alarc n said. An effort to look at the causes and potential solutions to poverty in Los Angeles was approved Wednesday by the City Council, with the goal of developing proposals before next year’s presidential primary election. Councilman Richard Alarc n, who chaired a similar panel when he served in the state Senate, won council approval for creating an Ad Hoc Committee on Poverty, which will draft proposals to address the issues affecting the poor. “What I hope to see is us working with the business community, the faith-based community and others to address the issue of poverty and what we can do to help people,” Alarc n said. “This is not about the poor against the rich. I am not against people getting richer. What I want is to see it not at the expense of the poor.” last_img read more

Dont forget sins of dictator Ferdinand Marcos Za

first_imgDon’t forget sins of dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Zarate urges House colleagues LATEST STORIES ACLU: 911 Toddlers and Babies Separated from Parents Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. It’s time to consider taking sea row to UN – Del Rosario Show me the money: Price-tagging Enrique Gil’s photos The woman said she was no longer interested in pursuing the case against Belleza due to “inordinately adverse effects it brought to me and my family” and for her to attain “peace of mind.”MORE STORIESnewsinfoMan wanted for rape since 2004 nabbed in Las PiñasnewsinfoCop arrested for allegedly raping his stepdaughternewsinfoMan with pending rape case nabbed while getting police clearanceMORE STORIESnewsinfoMan wanted for rape since 2004 nabbed in Las PiñasnewsinfoCop arrested for allegedly raping his stepdaughternewsinfoMan with pending rape case nabbed while getting police clearanceIn an interview, Belleza was grateful that the court dropped the charges against him.“Maraming mga pagsubok sa buhay, pero ang mga pagsubok na yan, hindi naman ibibigay ni Lord kung hindi natin kayang lampasan,” Belleza told reporters.(“There are many trials in life, but God won’t give them to us if we could not bear them.”)Belleza, a rice farmer from Negros Occidental, was the grand champion in last March’s “Tawag ng Tanghalan,” a talent search aired as part of ABS-CBN’s noontime program “Showtime.”ADVERTISEMENT Capital One Data Breach Kids Festival Shooter in California Took Gun Illegallylast_img read more