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'It excites people': First Nations artists give beadwork a modern twist
The longstanding tradition of beadwork is taking on a new twist among young First Nations artists who've developed a long string of social media followers, in turn driving their businesses. These three Ontario artists speak about how they got started and the intricacies of their work. Rebecca Doxtator, owner of Otsitsidesigns in London, Ont. Doxtator is from Oneida Nation of the Thames and started beading as a hobby in 2015. She began selling her work a few years later, after posting her creations on social media. Her number of followers as well as her business have been growing steadily.
wasn't aware of at least one body change that comes with motherhood.
During a segment on Wednesday's, the co-hosts shared what they as moms wish they would have known before welcoming their first child. McCain, 36, welcomed daughter six months ago, and she admits that she felt lied to about how breastfeeding affected her body.
"I just wish someone would have told me my breasts, which used to be so beautiful, now look like an orca's fin in captivity," she jokes as the other co-hosts laugh. "It's gone forever. I just wish someone would have told me. I would have enjoyed them a lot more before breastfeeding. Gone; they're dead."
Gray's Anatomy Season 17: Two returns for the price of one in episode 10
The season 17 of Gray's Anatomy should not be the last (if everything is fine). But since its launch, it has a taste of nostalgia. And for good reason: the medical series has already made a number of characters dead on the screen. Episode 10 will also fill the fans since it contained not one but two very expected comedback. So, what happened? PRBK tells you everything. Attention, this article contains spoilers.
Whoopi Goldberg told McCain, "If you think of them as Snoopy noses it'll be more fun. If you think of looking down and seeing Snoopy and his nose it'll just give you more laughs."
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McCain also opens up about experiencing "really bad" mastitis, sharing that she was pumping around 1 a.m. "trying to get it to stop." She says she vented to co-host Sunny Hostin, saying, "I was like, 'I can't do this. This is so hard; I'm in so much pain.' "
"Gray's Anatomy" star Caterina Scorsone: Sweet photo with daughter Pippa (4) to the world-down syndrome tag
© Instagram / Caterinascorsonic Caterina Scorsone "Gray's Anatomy" Star Caterina Scorsone (39) is triple mother and proud of their daughters Eliza (8), Paloma "Pippa" (4) and Lucinda (1). Pippa came in 2016 with the Down syndrome to the World . Since then, the actress speaks in public about the genetic feature of her sweet daughter and wants to encourage other parents. On Instagram, she now posted a charming photo with Pippa on the occasion of the world-down syndrome day.
"Lean on your girlfriends," she offers as advice to new moms. "Sunny has helped me through a lot of really disgusting things that I don't feel comfortable sharing on the show, and I've just been eternally grateful."
Meghan, who shares her baby girl with husband Ben Domenech,is "obsessed with" Grandma Cindy McCain. "I was like, maybe [it's] because my mom had four kids, but she was hypnotized by my mom," she said at the time.
She hasn't been afraid to ask her mother countless questions as she navigates motherhood, either. "My mom knows every single answer to every baby question, it's crazy. I know she had four, but there are things where — Liberty had really bad acid reflux and my mom was really helpful with it," Meghan said.
The new mom added that Cindy gets a kick out of seeing her daughter with a daughter of her own.
"My mom was laughing so hard. I was like, 'She's so feisty,' and she's going, 'Oh, where's that come from?' My mom's finding all of it so wildly entertaining," said Meghan. "She's like, 'Oh really, is she not listening to you, and she's feisty?' "
Mets beat Marlins 3-2 on disputed hit by pitch in 9th .
NEW YORK — Jeff McNeil launched a tying homer in the bottom of the ninth inning on his 29th birthday and the New York Mets were handed the winning run on a disputed hit by pitch for a bizarre 3-2 victory over the Miami Marlins in their home opener Thursday. With the bases loaded and one out, a scuffling Michael Conforto appeared to stick out his right elbow pad just enough to get it grazed by a 1-2 breaking ball from closer Anthony Bass that looked to be in the strike zone. Plate umpire and crew chief Ron Kulpa at first signalled strike, then quickly ruled Conforto was hit by the pitch.