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As Ashley Tisdale gets ready to welcome her first baby into the world, she's recalling the "invasive" questions she used to receive about starting a family.
On her blog Frenshe, where Ashley and her guests pen posts about topics in style, wellness and lifestyle, the 35-year-old admitted that prior to her announcing her pregnancy, many people around her felt entitled to know her life timeline. She said the prying began when she and now-husband, music composer Christopher French, got engaged in 2013.
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"[After] I got engaged EVERYONE (and I mean everyone!) asked when I was getting married," the High School Musical star wrote on Frenshe. "Then, once I was married, everyone was asking when I was having kids. To be honest, it just felt invasive. I wasn't ready for that step yet and I wanted to be selfish and have Chris all to myself for a while."
In September, the couple celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary, which Ashley commemorated with a wedding photo post on Instagram.
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Ashley also shared that she knew having a baby would "change everything" which is why she wanted to focus on her mental health journey before making the leap into motherhood.
"After six years of marriage, we built a strong foundation, and the timing just felt right," the actress wrote. "I gave it to God and the universe and honestly didn't feel stressed about it and then it happened very quickly."
Ashley initially revealed her pregnancy on Instagram, with new photos of her showing off her baby bump. Celebrity pals like HSM co-star and BFF Vanessa Hudgens, Haylie Duff, Lea Michele and Emma Roberts all expressed their congratulations.
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In addition to preparing for motherhood, Ashley is currently helping kids around the world who are battling cancer. She recently posted an Instagram video calling for fans to support research hospital St. Jude.
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Lacey, a puppy with a cleft lip, was adopted from the Jackson County Animal Shelter by Brandon Boyers, who has a two-year-old child with a cleft lip. While he hadn't intended to adopt a dog that day, when he brought his son Bentley to meet the pup at the shelter, "They were head over heels for each other right away," his mom Ashley Boyers told The Washington Post.
Explaining this was the first time the shelter ever had a dog with a cleft lip, director Lydia Sattlertold the publication, "We were all in tears seeing the two of them together. The fact that this is something we never see, the puppy came from 1,000 miles away and that Bentley's dad just happened to be here at that moment, it was just amazing."
Warning: Prepare to cry Nicholas Sparks-level tears.
In a TikTok that has gone viral, a bride organized a special surprise for her grandmother after the death of her grandfather shortly before the wedding, which took place in September 2019.
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Eight of the woman's grandsons were on hand to proudly walk her down the aisle in the video, which has been viewed 3.5 million times since the wedding videographer, Katt.Films, uploaded it. Now that's a gesture we can toast to.
Last month, we shared the heartwarming story of an older brother shaving his head as his four-year-old sister was about to lose her hair while going through chemotherapy for Stage Two Wilm's, a rare kidney cancer.
We're happy to report that Lula is now cancer-free, with her mom Kristin Bowden sharing the good news on her Instagram feed, posting a photo of her daughter holding a sign that read, "It came. We fought. I Won."
And less than two weeks later, Bowden revealed Lula had her "best day ever," going to a local football game to join the cheerleading team.
"She loves all these girls," she captioned the pic. "Cutest thing of my life! She has no fear to perform in front of bleachers full of people."
Francisco España had spent over 52 days in Hospital del Mar's ICU due to coronavirus before his doctors decided to try a different recovery method: A trip to the beach across the street.
The 60-year-old, accompanied by his doctor and three nurses from the Barcelona hospital, was transported in his hospital bed to spend 10 minutes by the Mediterranean sea as part of his ongoing therapy treatment as he recovers from COVID-19.
"Let's see if they now let me get a beer at the hospital cafeteria," España joked before returning to the ICU, according to AP News.
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And Dalzell received the surprise of a lifetime when she was presented with a $1 million prize from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports people with spinal cord injuries, during her appearance on Good Morning America.
"I want to start a whole program for people with disabilities to get into healthcare," Dalzell said of what she planned to do with the money. "They should be given a chance."
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"PRICELESS MOMENT," the man responsible for the smiles, NYC-based cosmetic dentist Dr. Daniel S. Rubinshtein, captioned the compilation of the emotional moments his patients experienced post-procedure.
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