Parenting

Amy Schumer wanted ‘Expecting Amy’ to be ‘real as hell,’ recalls ‘parenting fail’ of son’s name

Amy Schumer didn’t know what to expect when she was expecting.

“I didn’t know that you got so sick for so much of your pregnancy. Is that stupid I didn’t know that?” the comedian, who was vomiting blood at 14 weeks pregnant, asks in her three-part documentary “Expecting Amy” streaming now on HBO Max. Schumer, at the time, had not yet been diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum, which causes severe nausea and vomiting. Her sickness forced her to cancel part of her comedy tour in late February 2019. Gene, her son with husband, chef and cooking show co-host Chris Fischer, arrived a couple months later in May.

For her new project, Schumer, 39, tells USA TODAY she handed over “hundreds of hours of footage” to “Expecting Amy” director and editor Alexander Hammer, an editor on Beyoncé’s Coachella concert film “Homecoming.”

Schumer says she filmed the documentary on “our own

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Paloma Faith feels her parenting style is misunderstood

Paloma Faith says her gender neutral parenting comments were misunderstood. (AP)
Paloma Faith says her gender neutral parenting comments were misunderstood. (AP)

Paloma Faith says her comments about raising her daughter without gender were misunderstood – and she was simply trying to protect her privacy.

The Upside Down singer – who became a mother in 2016 – said in 2018 “I don’t differentiate gender because I don’t believe you should to a young child.”

Faith, 38, has now told the Radio Times: “I was misunderstood – the media reported that I wasn’t dictating gender stereotypes.

“True, I don’t encourage gender rigidity with toys, but really, I was traumatised by the birth and protective of our privacy.

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Paloma Faith became a mother in December 2016. (Getty Images)
Paloma Faith became a mother in December 2016. (Getty Images)

“I wanted her to develop into herself before the world decided who she was. I felt like a lioness. She makes me look at the

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Behind the Scenes of His Wellness and Parenting

In the recent words of Rob Kardashian, “Woo back baby.”

Indeed, as evidenced by photos posted to his official Instagram account from over the weekend, the typically private Kardashian brother had stepped back into the spotlight in honor of his sister Khloe Kardashian‘s surprise 36th birthday party on Saturday.

Dream Kardashian‘s famous dad smiled in shots shared to social media, which captured him with his well-known sisters, as well as Tristan Thompson and Scott Disick.

It didn’t take long for the rare Rob sighting to get the attention of the Internet as fans gushed about unexpectedly getting to see him.

The compliments also poured in over Kardashian’s appearance with many commenting that he both looked good and happy.

According to a source, the star is happier “than ever” as he focuses on his daughter and his health.

Dream Kardashian’s Cutest Pics

“Rob has been thriving

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Matthew McConaughey on his ‘tough love’ parenting style

Matthew McConaughey recently opened up about his “tough love” parenting style.

The actor and his wife Camila Alves McConaughey have three children: Levi, 11, Vida, 10, and Livingston, 7. The couple recently sat down for an interview with Town & Country magazine.

“Sometimes loving your kids means giving them just what they want,” Matthew McConaughey said. “Other times it means tough love.”

“Affluent people can give their kids everything they want, but they’re not usually going to get what they need,” the actor continued. “Loving a child is a lot harder if you really give a damn. ‘No’ takes a lot more energy. It’s a lot easier to say ‘yes.'”

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He also admitted that he is “more consistently the yes guy” with his kids compared to his wife.

The couple discussed their Just Keep Livin’ foundation for Town & Country’s

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