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Halle Berry, Vanessa Bryant and Other Star React to Ciara and Russell Wilson’s New Baby

Singer Ciara and Russell Wilson, the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, have recently welcomed their second baby together and they couldn’t be happier.

The news was shared by the 34-year-old mother on her Instagram and the comment section quickly filled up with messages from friends wishing them all the best.

Ciara and Russell Wilson at the 2015 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Ciara and Russell Wilson at the 2015 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

A WAVE OF LOVE

Among those who commented on the Instagram post, which was a video of Ciara’s newborn son Win resting on her chest as she sang happy birthday to him, were Halle Berry and Vanessa Bryant.

The actress couldn’t help but gush over the couple’s new bundle of joy, describing him as “perfect” and saying that he looks just like his famous mother.

Halle Bery, Brooke Horrel Mahan and Vanessa Bryant send some love to Ciara and Russel Wilson after the birth of their son will | Photo: Instagram/Ciara

Halle Bery, Brooke Horrel Mahan and Vanessa Bryant send some love to Ciara and Russel Wilson

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Playing with dolls predicts quality of fathering

Ever since it has become almost required that parents-to-be attend birth classes and destroy forests with the endless acquiring of books of advice, plenty of new fathers can be seen walking around all puffed up, full of expert knowledge and apparent confidence.

But how can they know if they’re actually up to the job of parenthood, which is ultimately about dealing with many things you don’t know, and being open to everything new and strange.

An Ohio State University experiment found a way.

They put a soon-to-be new dad and a baby doll together for five minutes, and ask the man to play with that doll.

The experiment found this was a pretty accurate predictor of the quality of their parenting when the real baby arrived.

Not the cutest kid in the world, and maybe that was the point when testing future fathers. Photo: OSU

According to a statement from

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Abuse lawsuit against Latter-day Saint church president’s family is dismissed

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal lawsuit alleging sexual abuse involving relatives of the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been dismissed.

Court records show U.S. District Judge Jill Parrish agreed to dismiss the lawsuit this week at the request of lawyers for both the six unnamed plaintiffs and Brenda and Richard Miles, the daughter and son-in-law of Latter-day Saint leader Russell M. Nelson. The lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be refiled again.

“The Miles are grateful for our judicial process that resulted in the dismissal of this case, which should never have been brought in the first place,” James Jardine, the Miles’ attorney, told FOX 13 on Friday.

The lawsuit, originally filed in 2018, accused the couple of involvement in the sexual abuse of children in the 1980s in Bountiful. It also claimed there was a cover-up to halt police

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‘She gave everything for us’ | Family members donate blood to honor mother lost to COVID-19

Remembering their mother as a selfless woman, they knew she would want them to help others.

MANDEVILLE, La. — A family donated blood together Saturday in Mandeville in honor of their mother who passed of COVID-19. Eloisa Pastrana of Slidell was a wife and mother of six. She died July 23 after a month long battle with COVID-19. 

“This is a dangerous illness that needs to be taken seriously,” said Jose Pastrana, Pastrana’s son. 

She’s described as loving, kind and selfless. That’s why nine of her family members came together for this selfless act. 

“She gave everything for us, there was nothing she wouldn’t do,” said Peggy Hale, Pastrana’s daughter. “it was amazing actually we felt a sort of togetherness and happy to do it in honor of our mother.”

Her family says she was given convalescent plasma treatment.

“It didn’t work for her, unfortunately, but the nurses told us

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