Babies and IPads has been a controversial topic. Is it healthy to let them have them so early. Is it educational?
Andrew has one that was mine. He has played with it since he was tiny and learned how to drag his finger across and make it light up. There are endless apps of flash cards, alphabets and numbers. It is very handy to have in the car for long trips. We monitor his time so he isn't using it too much but he is learning so much and it is amazing how he has figured out how to use it all on his own. What do you think? Think is a great thing or not good at all for little ones?
I try to answer comments and really pay attenion to any comments, emails or anything anyone has to say about Kiss Country. Good or Bad I love the input. Sometimes I get upset when there are critical comments or "hate mail" , but everyone has a right to their opinion. One thing I have noticed with the holidays coming up is the anger or maybe just passion for the celebration of Christmas. I hate to think anyone could get upset over the celebration of Christ. If you are not a believer don't celebrate but don't condem those who do. It seems more this year people are upset about not having the Christ in Christmas. The name alone is a recogonition of Christ. Right? I am a christian and I believe what we are celebrating is the birth of our Savior. I never forget this. I don't think believers forget this. If you are not a christian...but celebrate Christmas that is your right. Now understand; it is always important to be reminded of this in the crazy season, I never think it isn't somthing we shouldn't hear. The thing that bothers me is the sometimes angry way some try to get this message across. Some comments I see are downright condemming those who don't celebrate. I think that is the wrong message and it is confusing that such harsh words can be associate with this. Shouldn't we always speak positively about our beliefs and what we feel. If there are non belivers how do we expect to reach them with anger and judgement? Its makes sense to me that being kind to others and not slamming them is a better example for spreading the word. I don't know of anyone who had ever been guilted into religion....a true beliver. Everyone has the right to have their opinion any way they want. I love our freedom. As I get older I am learing more everyday that you can't judge people on what they believe even if we don't agree but we need to set an example of the love we have and spread it to other. This is what I believe.
I love stories like this....how lucky can a wait staff be? Restaurant wornkers got an anonymous tips adding up to $15,000. The money to is be spit between all of the staff. The tip came from someone from a group called "Tips for Jesus". They have been know to leave thousands of dollars in bars and restaurants all over the country. They spread kindness but some people are skeptic......how could you be? Seem pretty generous to me!
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Brad Paisley's wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, is unfazed by rumors he cheated on her with Carrie Underwood. Here, they attend CMT Artists of the Year 2011 in Nashville, Tenn.
Brad Paisley's wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, is completely unfazed by rumors her husband cheated with Carrie Underwood. In fact, she hopes the gossip works in their favor.
The National Enquirer first reported Brad and Carrie are cheating, who is married to hockey player Mike Fisher. Talk of the "affair" surfaced after the two "sparkled together" while hosting the 47th Annual Country Music Association Awards earlier this month.
“In recent months, as she’s faced one marital crisis after another, it seems like Carrie is leaning on Brad more than ever," a supposed source told the tabloid. "They text and email each other constantly, and Carrie has turned to Brad.
"Am I in the National Enquirer? You're breaking it to me! What did I do?" the "Nashville" actress told Us Weekly on Nov. 21 at the 5th Annual African Children's Choir Gala. "Are you serious? Wow!
The country superstar married Williams-Paisley back in 2003, and they have two young sons together. Over the years, he has never been shy about gushing over his bride.