A pregnant woman in South Carolina was given an ultimatum by her gym: cover up or leave. According to an article in GMA, she opted for the latter.
Health Canada has expanded its February 17, 2011 recall to include models with the following battery serial numbers:
The monitors included in the recall have the following model numbers:
The monitor batteries may overheat, causing a burn hazard. Summer Infant received five reports of batteries rupturing, causing smoke and damage to property.
Customers are advised to stop using the affected monitors immediately and to contact Summer Infant online to request a free replacement battery. In the interim, the monitors may safely be used with the AC power cord.
For further information, customers can contact Summer Infant anytime at 1-800-426-8627.
From February 2010 to December 2012, approximately 49,000 of the monitors were sold at Toys R Us, Babies R Us, Walmart, Sears, Costco.ca, Best Buy.ca, Target, Amazon, and Home Depot.ca in Canada.
How did you break the news to your children that you were expecting another baby? This Denver couple needn't have been concerned, if this reaction is anything to go by.
Jacob Ouellette filmed his two children—three-year-old Ethan and six-year-old Faithlyn—crack into an Easter egg surprise that contained an ultrasound image.
According to an article in ABC News, though Faithlyn recognized a baby in the photo, the children didn't immediately make the connection.
"This is going to be what you always wanted," said Ouellette, while his pregnant wife delivered more helpful hints.
When mom finally delivered the news, the payoff was pretty spectacular—Faithlyn's little face lit up.
"You're having a baby in your tummy right now?" she exclaimed. The rest is purely and infectiously delightful.
How did you break the baby news to your children? How did they react?
The little dude in this viral video killed us with cuteness.