It looks like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s lusty nanny Christine Ouzounian isn’t just trying to bed the Oscar winner, but wants a little Ben bun in her oven . Pregnant. And why not. The nanny-to-wife route has worked out well for a number of Hollywood second (and third or fourth) wives, so it seems a valid approach for a gold digging, social climber to shoot for. Who is Christine Ouzounian. Still in her 20s, Christine Ouzounian seems to be a typical California girl. She has a twin sister named Caty and attended Arizona State before starting up a career in real estate that flopped when the property market tanked. That’s when Christine opted to give nannying a try to make ends meet. She came to work for Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck this spring and that’s just when their marriage began to unravel. The question is whether Christine Ouzounian took the job with Ben and Jen because she was targeting Ben or if the attraction grew naturally. Did Christine Ouzounian break up the Afflecks. To be fair, the problems between Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck began long before Christine Ouzounian came along. In fact, Jennifer knew what she was getting with Ben, but did that dumb woman thing where we think we can change a man to make him what we want (you can’t). Ben was a notorious drinker and gambler before Jennifer reeled him in, so it should be no surprise that he continued down that path. And for Ben, Jennifer’s controlling ways drove him deeper into these dark interests as he became annoyed with her micro-managing. What turns Ben Affleck on about Christine Ouzounian. Well, for one, he likely gets to be the man in the relationship. Jennifer Garner is notorious for her persnickety and bossy ways and Christine is much more likely to let Ben drive their relationship. Christine is reportedly much more laid back than the uber-tense Garner and will let him be his own man. It makes sense as Ben Affleck is holding all the cards – he’s got the money, fame and lavish lifestyle the naughty nanny wants for her own so this gives him the power position in the relationship. This is in stark contrast to Garner who is just as powerful and wealthy as her wayward hubby. So how long before we see a Ben Affleck-Christine Ouzounian pregnancy announcement. Despite the denials of the Affleck-Garner press machine, photos from just a few days ago indicate that Ben Affleck is romancing Christine Ouzounian. They were photographed laughing it. Source: www.celebdirtylaundry.com
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Daybreak Anchor Kylie Conway announced Tuesday she is the third member of the Daybreak team to announce she’s expecting in recent months. Nina Criscuolo, Lauren Lowrey and Kylie are each 11 weeks apart as far as their due dates are concerned. “I was actually a month pregnant when Lauren made her on-air surprise announcement. I was in shock. I was so incredibly happy for her and at the same time I wanted to scream, ‘Me too. ’ and give her a huge hug,” said Kylie. PHOTOS | Kylie Conway announces pregnancy In an industry where constant moves, ever-changing schedules and working holidays are the norm, Kylie often wondered if children were in the cards for her. But, once she met her fiancé, Zuni, she knew she wanted to try. “He is just so full of life and laughter. I’ve never had so much fun in my life. He has this way of making everyone fall in love with him so quickly with his humor, charm and sincerity. I knew immediately, this man has to be a father. ” said Kylie. About a week ago, Kylie pulled WISH-TV personalities one by one into a room. They thought they were answering the question, “What is one big highlight of your life. ” Instead, Kylie dropped the news and caught their candid reactions. As you would expect, long-time WISH-TV anchor Dave Barras had the most animated response. “You’re (bleep) me. ” he yelled. Teresa Mackin stared silently for seconds as the wheels turned trying to figure out who could be the third pregnant woman on the team. Drew Blair, Randy Ollis and Scott Sander each had wonderful reactions of their own. After the initial shock wore off each of them, of course, gave Kylie a big hug and congratulations. WISH-TV General Manager Les Vann said this is a first for him. “It’s been 38 years I’ve been in television stations. I don’t remember three women in the building at the same time being pregnant, let alone three women on the same show. That’s why even I am drinking bottled water,” Vann said. Kylie and Zuni say they are excited to find out exactly what they’re expecting at the 20-week checkup coming up very soon. Girl or boy, these two say they have never been more excited (and scared) in their entire lives. Read more from Kylie in a special guest blog entry in Lauren Lowrey’s baby blog. com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on. Source: wishtv.com
In announcing their current pregnancy, Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan also revealed they’ve had three miscarriages in their attempts to bear children. Miscarriage, although often not discussed, is a part of many women’s lives, given that studies show it occurs with between 10 and 25 percent of known pregnancies. You feel so hopeful when you learn you’re going to have a child. You start imagining who they’ll become and dreaming of hopes for their future. You start making plans, and then they’re gone. It’s a lonely experience. Most people don’t discuss miscarriages because you worry your problems will distance you or reflect upon you — as if you’re defective or did something to cause this. So you struggle on your own. I think pro-lifers find it really hard to figure out how to think about this. Their instinct is to affirm their love of life by making a lot of it, and most of the pieces I’ve read on miscarriage underscore this point. “This is a huge deal, we should be talking about it more. Treat women who have miscarried like any other person who just lost a child. ” That sort of thing. I have experienced miscarriage. For me, it was sad but not wrenching. I am not saying this is the correct way to feel about it, but I also don’t think it’s wrong. Lots of factors will affect the way we feel about a miscarriage. Had you been desperately hoping for a child for years, or was this a surprise, “Wow, was I fertile already. ” pregnancy. How far along were you. Is there any reason to think it would be hard to get pregnant again. These things do make a difference, emotionally. Some miscarriages are absolutely wrenching. But if you already have children, and expect to have more, it would be strange to grieve an early miscarriage the way you would the death of an already-born child. But people die all the time, and our reactions to those deaths aren’t determined by the metaphysical status of the deceased. They’re mostly determined by our personal relationship to the deceased, and most especially by whether or not we love them. Can we love someone we don’t really know. Maybe a little, but it’s not the same love we feel for a known person. Especially in the early weeks, before we’ve even felt them moving, we don’t really know our unborn children at all. That’s one of the things that makes miscarriage confusing: we know that the person existed, but we didn’t know them, and we don’t even have. Source: thefederalist.com
One of the trivia cards asked what the slogan was for the ‘Mom Jeans ... Mom jeans would make a GREAT pregnancy announcement. So we went to Goodwill and bought a $3 pair of mom jeans and Kevin’s brother Ryan (Uncle Ryan!) took the photos!