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- We want to see your family's holiday card!
Upload the good, the bad and the ugly in the commen (Type: photo | Published: 2014-12-08T17:44:08+0000)
Today Show: We want to see your family's holiday card! Upload the good, the bad and the ugly in the comments below — we may use yours on air! #OrangeRoomComments:
jennifer lamble hrycaj - Here is our card this year!! #OrangeRoom
katie sweeney lepak - "Waiting for Santa"
jen hendrickson - Our card (last year) my favorite ever!
jessica franco - Silent night! #orangeroom
caryn ross - We love to send slightly inappropriate/funny Holiday Cards every year!
deana stoneback - In awe of her first Christmas tree. #orangeroom
erin legg wolf - Lillie meeting Santa. #orangeroom
maria lighthouse - Happy Holidays from Western Massachusetts!🎄🎅❄️⛄️🎁
taylor sommer - Our Christmas card photo announcing our pregnancy of our first little one!
nicole smith - Sometimes you have work with what you get.
heather wheeler - This years card! #OrangeRoom
amber townsend - Merry Christmas from Sunny South Florida #OrangeRoom
christina flint palmer - This was my card a few years ago during twilight mania... Sadly it's my sisters cardboard cutout😩 #orangeroom
courtney elizabeth - Heres ours! #Orangeroom
rena drake bulmer - Last year's Christmas card....
michael mckenzie - "Magic at Central Park"
robin l. rayl-krzyzak - The year we got our new bloodhound Hops... this was one of probably 50 photos we took in order to get him to be sticking out his tongue.. lol
samantha hayes - Our first Christmas card as a married couple!
david palcisko - Happy Holidays from our family in Brecksville, Ohio to yours in NYC!
marcy rastigue burkitt - Happy Holidays, Bah-Humbug! LOL!
sandy vance - Our newest family members!
- What do you think this tiny New Yorker is telling Duchess Kate? http://on.today.com/1wqkzbU
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Today Show: What do you think this tiny New Yorker is telling Duchess Kate? http://on.today.com/1wqkzbU (Image: Getty)Comments:
shannonandsam easton - She's asking does she know elsa??
tyler chase - "Why didn't you bring Harry??"
josephine koutalidis - Can i marry George?
marilyn paque' - She reminds me of Diana. Getting with the children.
ahmed elmehdawi - please pull the other trouser leg down
linda tyson ford - People can be so tacky. Didn't your Mother teach not to speak about someone if you don't have something nice to say. What did she ever do to you? If you aren't interested, why are you reading the comments 😁
maxine fisher - I love how she gets eye level with youngster.
lorie leibach-skonieczny - Please teach the Kartrashians about class and elegance...oh...and how to dress.
melanie gross - Are you a real princess?? So sweet!
mark darrow - Where is your coat???
sandra day - I love the way the Duchess gets down to a child's facial level so they don't have to look up to talk with her. You can tell how much she loves all children.
mae boyle kerr - She looks very warm and loving .. And loves children..:)
sasha johnson - Can't believe I'm meeting the future Queen of England and my pant legs are messed up.
glorybelle lillie - "Have you ever played Minecraft? Want me to show you what I built?"
bobbie liegus - welcome to the USA...
michel biggers - Are you a pwincess?
berdell patterson - Do you wanna build a snowman❄️⛄️❄️⛄️❄️⛄️
jessica ann - This is a great picture, what an awesome person
katrina verzosa - "Will you have tea with me and my friends?"
kelly whittaker - She's simply amazing, you can see the genuine interest on her face in what this child is saying. This child is probably asking something very simple or simply telling her she's beautiful.
amy card robinault - She probably is shy and not saying anything probably giving her the blank stare!!!! It's nice to see someone of her "celebrity" communicating with the average person unlike some of the "celebrities" in this country who think they are better than us!!!
- “I keep thinking about the values and truths I want Whit to know — the things I wish I coul (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T18:05:00+0000)
Today Show: “I keep thinking about the values and truths I want Whit to know — the things I wish I could make him as certain of as his own heartbeat.”Comments:
elizabeth cassidy - I love #4. what a happier world this would be if men could feel freer to show their feelings! You can, you know.
marion nickols - Handsome young man.
jonathan pitts - this is nice, but I think some of these are a bit deep for a 10 year old
julia purcell brown - Agree with everything but #2. I have three sons. We do not allow "rough housing" or wrestling. We encourage lots of purposeful physical activity of the organized variety. But I can't stand it when kids are all over each other all the time. Someone always goes too far. Or something gets wrecked, broken, knocked over... And they never seen to know when and where it's appropriate. So, jump on the trampoline, ride horses, skate, ride bikes, play ball, run, race, do back back handsprings, skip, whatever... just no rough housing. At least not my three.
breanna faye - Sarah James Sarah Rogers Hays Jessica Quigley Tasha Nichole Wainscott Ab Michael Abbi Cunagin Alexandra Stein Lori Johnson Kari Michelle Molly Smith
johnarlene arnold - You only need to encourage him to know GOD! The rest will take care of itself.
christine desantis - If only all parents were so conscious of their sons
kellie ballentine - Amanda Cataline Perry
amy sudlak ormes - Melissa Sudlak Musgraves for Robbie
chris joan santiago - Tina Manzano-Barbin Dang Fortaleza-Baldonado Sarah Sevilla- Manila Leigh Cabañes Sarah Wyson-Vasquez Tess Perez-Mendoza Nikki Constantino Cristina Baldueza Macaraig Clyde Rodriguez Analee Flores Anne Margaret 'Mhegz' Mole
malissa zosso sherman - Ashley , Kaitlin , and Melissa.
angie erhart-kruse - Your. son is the second Whit I've met. Our 9 year old boy is also named Whit.
anna telser daniels - Lisa Arndt Motley I LOVE this!! ❤️
julianna pillot - Rina Maria Hernandez
nathan bowling - Kind of lame if you ask me. What about Jesus is the son of God, the bird's and the bee's, and that Alabama always cheats to win?
tabatha near - They grow up so fast.
pamela zwick - Kristina Rice 💙
mallory kerley - Coleen Schneider Kevin Robert Wise words!!
robyn grodsky - I agree with many of these but the "no means no" is a hard one. I can tell my 5-year-old it's time for bed and he'll say no and I make him go to bed. If he needs to take medicine and I make him, it goes against that phrase. If a child says no to a shot or an IV and you (and doctors) force the child because it is for their health benefit, that makes it so hard to teach. While it needs to be taught in the case of sexual consent, I'm not sure how effective the phrase is without the proper context.
diane mericantante lamarca - Nice!! Thankyou !
barbara siebert - Those are 10 things everyone should strive for !
- Damien was eliminated from the competition in week three, but still came back with his own pers (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T18:36:08+0000)
Today Show: Damien was eliminated from the competition in week three, but still came back with his own personal victory on finale night, having dropped 136 pounds.Comments:
thad jones - He had a rare autoimmune disease. I don't think his weight loss had anything to do with it.
lisa rothenberg-gomez - Auto - immune conditions are dangerous and life threatening. Many people live and deal with them. More research needs to be done! May he rest in peace.
apryl whodat goodwin - Skinny or fat, auto immune does not care. I survived ITP in 2001. It can get anybody at any time, no warning.
jenandjames sparks - Autoimmune people!!! Come on that is when you body attacks itself that is not caused by weight loss
karen herr - ITP is a scary autoimmune disorder. My daughter was diagnosed at two. Prayers for his family.
jackie fiamengo-sunara - I have ITP 11 years now. Weight loss was not the cause of his death.
ITP is a rare low blood platelet disorder (auto-immune) that destroys the production of healthy platelets. It is safe to lose weight naturally, the healthy way. Weight loss supplements however are not safe to take as they contain Ephedra and or Herbal Ephedra a which are stimulants. Stimulants destroy platelet and platelet production.
A very select few have beat ITP. Children however can outgrow it but again a very small percentage. Those who have ITP must be very aware of any warning signs/symptoms that could indicate dangerously low platelet count. Listening to your body is the best defense.
Whether one has ITP or not I think it's very critical to have CBC's once a year just to make sure nothing I wrong with your body.
lauren j southey - This is so sad. I had this disease at the age of 19, but beat it. I truly hope his family stays strong through this time.
susana alvarado - I wish people would read the article before assuming he died because of his weight. He died because of a rare autoimmune disease. Prayers and peace for his family during this difficult time.
raquel henry - Omg so young... how devastating
jessica toms-ballweg - This is so sad. Prayers out to his family. This really hits home. I was diagnosed with ITP two years ago and I am currently 38 years old. There is not a lot of information out there about ITP. My Dr. pretty much told me the "Idiopathic" part means "uncertain" and "unknown" and they don't really know how and why it arises in some people.
danny siriphanthong - Wow this is crazy... I was diagnosed with ITP two years ago and they had to take my spleen out.. so sorry for ur lost god bless
nancy kwok - so loosing weight is not a good idea afterall....
dylan smith - I have had ITP since March of this year and I'm almost beating it!
marjorie l morris - I have Senile Purpura (auto immune). Inflammation of Blood vessels. We need research on all these kind. Of diseases
cheryl fenderson - Prayers go out to his wife and family.
kathy weiler - I'm so sorry for your family, Damien rest in the arms of the angels...
deanna preslar marrington - How sad! Prayers for his family!
patsy finney beyer - May Gods peace and understanding be with his entire family
jose ramos - That's just horrible. RIP Mr Gurganious. I hope many people will learn by your example, that even with such diseases, you can still set goals with weight loss.
vanessa leon - Oh no!!! Sad😕 hope the family can find comfort during this time.
glen midkiff - Very sad. God bless his wife and daughter.
- We've rounded up some of the most popular DIY ugly Christmas sweaters on Pinterest! (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T19:13:00+0000)
Today Show: We've rounded up some of the most popular DIY ugly Christmas sweaters on Pinterest!Comments:
julie chambers-ricardi - How about "ugly Christmas sweater" cookies 🎄😊
michelle kidd-segarra - I did my own last year...
amber pierce - My husband and I at a Christmas party. He had a "Flavor Flav" DIY ugly Christmas sweater. LoL
brittany owens leclair - Christina Owens I love the become an actual tree!!!
mary macel garrison - Yep. .. those are hand puppets in the boxes ... my son! Lol
keilee painter - Made these 2 weeks ago for a Christmas party! ;)
patti sutterfield cooper - Donna! I still love your ugly sweater the best! Good job , Emily!
bonnie lewis - My friend Alekz won the ugliest Christmas sweater contest at her work.
becca wykoff - Lexie Fain Anna Marie Piesyk Sam Feldt Allie Vogeler can we get together and make some of these?!
amanda principe - Emily McMurtrie Rachel Elizabeth Melissa Hoffman here we go
savanna williams - Nikki Kiefer Jacque Warwick Sanders Jennifer Overbergen
mckenzie gillies - Kelsey Shae Huber Krystal M Webb
brenda jacobs grever - Sadie, Macy, Shelbi and Zerin..........got your ugly sweaters ready for next weekend??
riley matlock - Alyssa Lee Tiffanie Adams Lee
ashleigh mcleod - Kim Adie Susan Greenhalgh Ideas for next week? Haha
megan brueggemann - Katey and Jeanne-Mike this brings back memories. Though I think we may have invented the #PinterestFail 8 years ago 😳
amber crouch - Tee La Grave Christinaa Frazita Steph Kay
anita medina - Heather Holt Lori Kremer
lauren mahan - Haha Michele Gallagher Paynter, Shawnda McCormick Trout and Denise Gates!
stephanie blades - Christine Brewer, Emily Cole
amanda galicia - Hollie Alysa Benavides-Hernandez
- Before Amazon.com, there was The Electronic Mall: “It’s like mail order, but without the ma (Type: video | Published: 2014-12-05T19:55:01+0000)
Today Show: Before Amazon.com, there was The Electronic Mall: “It’s like mail order, but without the mail.” (Wait for the lobster!)Comments:
sharon anderson downing - Nothing will ever match the childhood joy of finding the Sears Wishbook in the mailbox.
mike landrigan - it will never work its a fad
darlene morris connor - This reminds me of this doozie of an exchange that came a few years later...I think 1994. Enjoy. We have come a long way baby! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUs7iG1mNjI
jennifer lynn hubbard - kids have no idea how lucky they are..
barb wisen - We've come a long way baby!
chris busyn - This will never catch on!
tracy hays - Love these flashback videos!
marko anthony - Jane Pauley next to....Bryant "Mr. Arrogant" Gumbel.
darryl levine - How might Silicon Valley have been different had Bryant been inspired to start his own internet company in 1985? Or in 1994 when they explained the Internet to him again.
belinda dill-tho - How far we have come !!!
ellen levine - what a great idea...It will never catch on
pamela kolb - Crazy! Check out the Hugh tech computer!
jeanette baker - We've come along way baby
tim mitchell - Amazing how far technology has come thus far
gwen williams - Love them. Both Bryant and Jane
elizabeth n alex atempa - Gonzalo Cortes Darmis Perry James Hoskins
max macdonald - It'll never catch on! LOL
lindita ortiz - Lmfao!!!...how funny Ana Luisa Pico hey Peggy Oh Lee Voe we were only 5 when it started lol
shannon l schultz - It's amazing how much things have changed in 20 years.
antony jean-mertens - I have the same Omnibot 2000!
donna sylvester - Boy, things have changed a lot since then.
- "I don't care whether it's for sale or not," said Al Roker. "I think it's spectacular." (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T20:21:04+0000)
Today Show: "I don't care whether it's for sale or not," said Al Roker. "I think it's spectacular."Comments:
christelle flahaux - This is so Silver Spoons!
barb rosloniec finnerty - I would probably forget to look at the house!! :)
rose hill - my question would be can we keep the roller coaster???
rachel rhodes - The coolest stuff in the world is NEVER available in this country!! 😠
susie blevins - Best way to keep them from stealing your stuff while still letting them see the house!
elaine nadon - Haha, I'll buy it if it includes the roller coaster! Maybe there is something
they want you to miss as you are zooming through there....
jan aleshire - Must have taken his whole commission just to set up the roller coaster.
eileen deaño sheehan - Jen , Roderick , Chris , Katie , Dan : there is so much win in this.
sissy dorman - Rex Robinson #1 way to show a house. LOL
sheri south - Jason and Samantha. I think the kids need this! ;-)
penny scott - Michelle Sparks
Scott A Peterson
ronda brandt - Shannon Crutchfield
valerie marek - That'd be fun, but you can't look at a house like I would. I'd have to walk it too
tiffany koay - Kayleigh Chen Keanne Chang Maggie Lee
kristen jordan - Steve James hmm maybe :) a new approach.
jacqueline reed - Heather Baker. Too cool
heather beebe schnick - Tracey Cummins- maybe for those harder to sell houses?!? Hahah!! Heard Brady saw you the other day!
betty pitts - That's just plain stupid!
melodie dearolf - Need more time to check out the house and I would probably miss most of it on the ride.
derrick davila - Juliette Meza Velastegui the hulk lol
lee blanding - Liz Lawrence this is something to keep in mind. Lol
- The "erase case" is a smartphone case that allows you to scribble phone numbers, directions, to (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T21:07:20+0000)
Today Show: The "erase case" is a smartphone case that allows you to scribble phone numbers, directions, to-do's or just doodle a design.Comments:
alonso j muñoz - Couldn't you just write it in a note in your phone? or text yourself? or email yourself? or literally anything else???
kayla hodge - Looks like a good way to get marker all over your hands.
christopher synther wilson - If you are scribbling notes on a smartphone case rather than just putting the note into the actual smartphone, you're an idiot. You probably have whiteout marks on your monitor and think that your operating system is Google because that's your homepage.
lisa wolcott hicks - I know the designer and it is also a way to design your own case for your phone. Kids and teens love it!
grace collins - Or you could just open the notebook/memo app that comes standard on most smart phones now and scribble with your finger, don't even need a stylus. This is like buying a Corvette and then hitching a horse on the front to pull it.
julianne michael schaffer - ....bbbbut there's an app for that.
angela phillips - This will be on The Soup. Haha
jeanne redlinger - Really??!! An erase case for a smartphone? Why the hell would you spend $30 on this when you can "scribble phone numbers, directions, to do's..." right in your "smartphone".
maria wollmann - Rather ridiculous
heather lewis - Dallas Gipson a phone that doubles as a doodle pad!
al dobshinsky - Just email yourself.
william ingramm - Or you could just get a plain white case and a dry erase marker.... OR you can actually use the apps on the phone to jot down notes
kim postles - Maybe not practical for adults. But tweens and teens that live to doodle and draw.. Think about it
charlene renee - Because I will always the pen handy to write. Lol
kristin jones horner - Becky Raz Caitlin Brown
jennifer roche tarr - Heather Baily Lynch - instead of sticky notes...
kerri bartenbach - Ellen Jacobs I think we need the last 2!
sally dixon - Michelle Webb you need one of these 😂 I see post it notes stuck to the back of your phone all the time 😂😂
lindsay stanaway - Connie Lawson you need this! You'll never lose your list!
mark brunner - Ever hear of post a notes? How about the back of an envelope?
sara hackett - but isn't your phone supposed to be there to save phone numbers directions to do's or download an app to doodle design why do you need a case to do that as well
- "Most recent statistics see boys taking back ground on such popular unisex names as Alexis, Car (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T21:21:01+0000)
Today Show: "Most recent statistics see boys taking back ground on such popular unisex names as Alexis, Carey, Casey, Courtney, Darian, Devon, Elisha, Jamie, Jody, Jordan, Kai, Kayden, Kelly, Lane, Loren, Milan, Robin, Rory, Rowan, Sidney, Tatum, and Tracy."Comments:
christine bardin - The first person to name their kid Cerulean after seeing this post, needs to be smacked!
kathee alexander mccarl - unisex names can be embarrassing for kids. I teach swim lessons, ans when the pool director was calling out names, she mistook girls for boys and boys for girls because of these "unisex" names. It's a silly trend.
alexandra foster - I am an Alexandra that gets shortened to Alex. I find people's reaction of "I assumed you were a boy with a name like Alex" hilarious and very narrow-minded on their part! Name your kids whatever you want :)
ayyusue katchatag - Alex and Elisha for boys just seems a little too feminine
jimnmissy schroder - Cerulean is a type of cataract! Might as well name your kid myeloma!
stefanie sizemore vandiver - Alexis isn't unisex.
laura cook - Courtney is unisex?
jonathan pitts - Elisha is NOT unisex
kristyne best - Well good. That means in the future if my girls are looking for jobs they won't know the difference in genders. Awesome!!!
leanne griffith connor - I would wager that ALL "unisex" names started as boy names. Some girl parents have this ridiculous idea that a "strong" name is one that sounds more masculine. As a mom of 3 boys and one girl, none of these unisex names surprised me. I poured over half a dozen baby name books looking for the "perfect" names for each of my kids and ANYTHING that was unisex was automatically a no. A lot of good it did me as my oldest and middle boys' names are now being used as girl names...
gail gifford - My son Jamie will soon be 40...His wife is also named Jaime! LOL!
carolyn skelton wright - They spell it Elisha but pronounce Elijah. Then yell at us when we get it wrong at the doctors office. Stop spelling your kids names weird.
nicki abbett - So glad my baby's name doesn't show up on any list! :)
marcia e kubick - A kid on the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament last was named Cerulean!
dawn dozark - I have a little girl named rory ....my dad's name was roy so I just put a spin on it
michelle jellison - And more "it's Pat!" situations have been created. In college there was a person who worked at the Taco Bell, and we genuinely couldn't tell if it was a guy or girl. The voice was ambiguous, the physique, the appearance...finally one day we saw there was a name tag...only to find that it said "Kelly." It will forever remain a mystery.
elizabeth nichols ledkins - I did not do unisex names for my children! My husband is a Stacey, which is unisex, and we both agreed that we preferred to use gender specific names.
nicole badalamenti - Half those names are girl names. Go ahead let your son be mistaken for a girl! They won't be tortured in school! Nah!
kathleen stevens - Name them what you wish..but please avoid cutesy just to be different..Shyanne...re-diculous-spellings...
dorothy bennett - How about just naming a child he/she can live with as an adult. parents quit embarrassing your children.
alexis thompson jenkins - When has, Alexis become, unisex? Never knew a Boy named, Alexis..
- When Rachel Frederickson stood on stage at the "Biggest Loser" live finale in February, she had (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T21:42:00+0000)
Today Show: When Rachel Frederickson stood on stage at the "Biggest Loser" live finale in February, she had never felt stronger. That moment didn’t last long.Comments:
beth sims ralston - She did lose too much weight. She wasn't healthy when she was overweight, nor was she healthy at the finale. Now she looks fantastic! The pictures of her in this article reflect a happy, healthy looking woman. I am glad she is happy where she is now, she should be.
maggie schmitt alkire - It's so annoying to me how people sit and judge total stranger's? She looked absolutely amazing and healthy both in her reveal moment on the show and now!
alicin schmeling - Criticized for being overweight, criticized for being underweight.
People have nothing better to do than be Internet bullies.
She looks great and feels great, and that's all that matters in the end.
suz maxwell - OMG people. She looked amazing after her weight loss and SHE felt great....isn't that what matters!!! She also looks amazing now. No one else's opinion matters...it is about feeling great and being healthy, not the exact weight.
summer ambroz - She looks amazing now!!!! Healthy is beautiful!
latrece zahos barcik - Just because most Americans are used to looking at (and probably look more like) her Before photo, doesn't mean the After is unhealthy. Kudos to Rachel! I think she looks fantastic!
emily dunaway - I'm so glad to see her looking more healthy today than when her reveal was. Beautiful woman and proud of her accomplishments.
kimberly thibodeaux - She looked absolutely sickly at the Final, but I get it--she wanted the money. She looks BEAUTIFUL now--it looks like she's put back about 20 pounds. I in NO WAY denigrate what she accomplished, but I had anorexia and didn't look much different at my worst than she did at the Final.
anabelitza lozada - At the finale she looked absolutely frail!
Even Julian and Bob were concerned!
christina maria - We are doing our own Biggest Loser competition at work. I have lost 4lbs since monday. Everyone finds motivation in different ways. Find yours and run with it. Feeling sorry for yourself won't get you anywhere. And giving up on yourself before you even give yourself a chance is bad too. Don't do that. Stay strong. #pcos
holly clark - She looks great now! But I agree that she was too skinny at the finale. What do you expect from a show that rewards extreme weight loss instead of reaching and maintaining your goal weight?
marvin ellman-gardner - Why are people so mean and hateful..but if its was done or said to them, they couldn't take it. people sit behind a keyboard day in and day out and slam everyones life, but yet their own life is full of fear and the feeling of inadequacy's, if people would apply as much thought into their own perhaps they would be successful in some aspect of life.
peggy rogers - Petty, small, envious people will always try to bring others down..... Good for you Rachel Frederickson....... You Go Girl......
kelly andrews - The show has done great things for people being able to take back control of their life and health. However, it shouldn't be about the numbers on the scale. Unfortunately, to win the show you must lose the highest percent of your starting weight. It is not a healthy goal. Rachel did lose too much weight at first, which have her the highest percentage of weight lost, hence her winning. That does not mean she should have lost that much. It should be about being and feeling healthy. Not about weighing a certain amount. She looks incredible and so healthy now! I wish the show were based more on just numbers.
jessica fireball hershey - Enough with these people who actually accomplished something in their lives. Can we get back to the fake racism and the mob rules news stories??
sherry covill - You look fabulous, and unless you are harming someone else, the only voice you ever need to listen to is your own.
michelle lee hingston - there is a HUGE difference of what she looks like today compared to that finale show....she might have felt healthy that night...but her appearance did not reflect that of a healthy person....in general, I think people were honestly concerned, I don't think they tried to take anything away from her, they were concerned for her health....and as well they should have. Look at her today...now that is the picture of health....when you put yourself in the public eye, expect to be judged..that is just how it works!
valerie anne - The point of the show is to become healthy. At the final weigh in, the rules should be changed so that if the person is underweight or otherwise in an unhealthy weight range they should be disqualified.
beth kamphaus knotts - People feel they have the right to comment about you when you're fat then when you loose the weight they feel they have the right to comment about the weight loss and how you must feel about it and how you look. You can't win. You can't worry about what other people say or think, just take care of yourself and ignore the noise.
dabney ross jones - She looks good! Healthy and happier !
joanna scholtz - This is BS. She was eating healthy and exercising at the finale and looked great and felt great. You all SKINNY SHAMED her into gaining weight. Now she looks "normal". I don't think a size 6 is normal or a 14 or a 0 . NOTHING should be "normal" except being healthy and feeling great. This pisses me off so much... She looks great in that picture with the silver dress .... and now that she has meat and hips and curves that's "normal". Oh please... sounds like some jealous skinny shaming women to me
- It seems obvious, but an expert says that paying attention to devices instead of family "devalu (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T22:15:00+0000)
Today Show: It seems obvious, but an expert says that paying attention to devices instead of family "devalues our loved ones.”Comments:
jamie mullinax - Friends too, I hate going out with some friends now, more interested in their phone than enjoying each other's company
beth myers lewis - It's incredibly rude in my opinion.
jana mason-dunkerson - I think it's rude when you go out to dinner and everyone has their phones out, using them. We don't use ours because family time is very important to us, especially having a teenager about to graduate and head off to college, so every moment counts.
melanie ellsworth - I am SO guilty of this. I know it's not nice and yet I get swept up in work email and social media. I am going to make this a resolution for 2015 to keep my phone down at dinner and other family time.
daniela griep - I love how we are all learning about this....while on our devices lol
jeannie whittington-tuttle - the most important person is the person your with in the presant... texting is rude anytime you are talking to someone.
damien wilson - Too true. Mankind made it through the whole of history without having their faces stuck looking at iPhones and such but since all the "I" and "my" things have burst on to the scene they have only made people more self centred. If they are so amazing why are people still depressed and taking their own lives and being bullied? Nothing beats a deep conversation face to face or a hug and a kiss.
joyce anderson - Another sick addiction!
honiahaka red-wahya - Yea my husband's idea of spending time with me is constantly texting while we're supposedly watching tv together but he hasn't seen or heard a single thing on the tv or paying a bit of attention to me.
kayleigh plank - Experience this with friends sometimes. Hard to spend time with someone who seems more interested in texting people who aren't present.
lorrain bunker smart - When at the table at home or resteraunt take all devices and hold them hostage including your own! My daughter is the worst offender....😑
kirsten meintel maclaughlin - My husband is terrible for this! He will start and sentence and just stop while texting or looking at his phone. Then he will think he finished telling me and when I don't know what he said he gets mad. He also texts at the dinner table. It's awful. And rude.
kristen marion - Aaron Marion - we've gotten so much better!
stephanie henry - And then there is the almighty game controller that is just as evil
gina kraft - Putting down my phone..... Now!
amanda bonilla - The irony is that the majority of people are probably reading this on a handheld device. :)
tricia parent - I host a monthly dinner gathering (12-40 people). One of our biggest rules is.. leave the cell phone in your pocket or purse. We are there to enjoy each others company and exchange ideas, not play with our phones.
mary ellen deasy - It is so rude when you are talking to someone and the continually look at their phone. Ok you are not that important that you are looking at it 24/7. You are not that popular. Stop being so Rude!!!
stephen biggs - Ironic this is posted on social media. Someone took time away from family to post we take time away from our family.
lynette snyder - People need to pay attention to each other. Turn off the tv, turn off the phone, turn off the computer, learn how to talk instead of pretending to listen or care, tell your significant other how important they are and then follow up with your actions. Unfortunately, the tech world has left many us dependent on our devices and relationships suffer. I'm all for phones, computers and tv's, but sometimes you just need to turn them off, and if you don't have anything in common after you turn them off that is not good either.
angela c johnson - It was the straw that broke the camels back from me in my marriage. I was devalued enough and once the cell phone, apps, business "stuff" overrode me in my relationship, I was done! Now I cannot go on a date with someone who has cell phone out in my presence
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in the U.S. on Sunday for a jam-packed visit. On Tuesd (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-05T22:45:01+0000)
Today Show: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in the U.S. on Sunday for a jam-packed visit. On Tuesday, they will pay their respects at the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum. “There really is such a deep connection between the people of the United Kingdom and the United States and this visit reflects that to a tremendous degree,” the museum’s president, Joe Daniels, told TODAY.Comments:
heather alich skelton - I love them but tell them to stay home, with all of this ignorance going on I'm ashamed for them to come over and see what we do to our own country.
louise king - They're such a beautiful couple. Kate is absolutely stunning... and lil prince is adorable!
denise singleton - I think it's bad timing for them to be here with all this hate in people's heart over the situation at hand! I pray for their safety!
marjorie pellenbarg - I wonder if Obama will even bother to say hello to them. He is usually the king of RUDE.
marci guckeyson hasty - I see Kate is visiting a child development center...would be neat if it was a YMCA child dev. Center since the Y was founded in London England in 1844. #ymca
mary gatto cousins - Why would anyone with half a brain give out their itinerary?? Seriously!,
heather o'neill furtick - I will be praying for a safe flight for the Duke and Duchess... No greater honor than seeing them come to the United States! May we all be #united in our deep desire to see freedom and peace for all.
diane placencia-ford - Kate , please go see Kathy Lee and Hoda:)
donna newcomb eckert - I love them! They are both beautiful individuals! Wished they could come to Va! Would be an honor to meet them!
joyce mills - They will see a lot of protesting going on and may rioting. I think i would stay home. New york is busy trying to keep it calm over the grand jury verdict. They got no time to guard royality.
christy ann kamealohalani fidura - Pretty sad when the Royals are more respectful of Americans lost than the Potus
kathy galbreath kerley - Wishing them safe travels in this crazy World we are living in
laura wallace - Lets hope our great Country behaves!
noah n shelli farrer - Who gives a frogs fat behind
rebecca hasbrouck millard - It's never bad timing for happy things. ..Prince William has spent nights..and a lot of time with the homeless...Diana..has raised her sons well...don't be angry because they are who they are
deanna mackney - Kevin Jenkins II, I agree, this is the United States (Canada and Mexico are also part of North "America" too just to verify) and this Country is void of Royal Families and definitely not part of the Royal Commonwealth. The United States is the star of the world, heavy in military might and popular with hollywood celebrities. It is kind, as it should be, that they welcome the Royal couple but why this country idolizes them I'm not sure. Perhaps we want to adopt them as our own because other countries have what we don't! And this Country is behind on much more than lacking a Royal Family. NO they should not kiss our feet....that is the pure ignorance that this country is known for, and you do it well! There is a reason why so many from the US travel abroad displaying the Canadian flag on their luggage and back packs, I've seen it often! But no matter where you travel it doesn't take a lot of intelligence to observe the difference. At least take the time to learn how to talk like your neighbors to the north if you want the respect that Canadians are known for around the world!
steven flat - How much money are we going to have to spend so they can have a vacation.
cheryl flothe - I agree with Heather. Ashamed of our country's ignorance is embarrassing.
laney briggs - I can't wait. I think he's a great reflection of his mother. I'm sure he knows what's going on in our country. They have protests in his country on issues, too. As painful as it is, the right to protest is a part of our democratic process. We can't hide our problems from the world. We'll never solve them if we don't face them.
randy morris - I wish they had publicly announced a boycott of the US due to the human rights violations and police state abuses.
alice s davi - I would ❤️ to see them!!!!!!
- Much fun, these Christmas lights are. --Yoda (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-06T01:00:00+0000)
Today Show: Much fun, these Christmas lights are. --YodaComments:
alex kroblin - Need these, I do. But we already have Yoda on top of our tree...
danielle lowe - Kristen Lowe Northrup & Amy Bonoffski - I'll keep an eye out for you :)
jaimie sponder - Cute these are......
angela lambert - Richie Hernandez Kelli Kegin- Hernandez
cammie symons - Jared Reno Kayla Reno
christine christianson - Laurie, you guys need these!
kate bradley pattridge - Melissa Lynn Culbreth
ana maria beach - Rain Maciejewski
felicia garza - David Ashley Duarte
stacie harris - Ginny Harris😊
brock brock - 3 wise Yoda's there are Stephanie Harms Barton.
stephanie harms barton - Brock Brock I found ur present lol
joelle jeter - Betty Ann Johnson-Licht
jennifer jerome - Jon Cruz! These should be yours!
caitlin velasco - Stacie Carsten Wood!
megan hilson - Emily Feyereisen Taylor needs these
katie howard - Debbie Sarracino
crystale galindo lopez - Christy Delao Dunn I thought of you with these Yoda lights :-D
chianti romine - marshall - Kevin Crandall
lisa koenig kumpfmiller - Colleen Click Miller
rebecca rose - Here you go, Julie Jones Burcham
- How many eggs can you really eat each week without doing damage to your heart? (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-06T16:02:00+0000)
Today Show: How many eggs can you really eat each week without doing damage to your heart?Comments:
britt schwartz - Eggs are healthy. The yolk has all the nutrients. People should stop bashing eggs and other natural food and stop eating all the crap, and you wouldn't have to worry about having heart problems.
sarah handy - You can have anything you want, it's all about moderation. I lost over 80 pounds in a year and I didn't cut anything out, I just exercised and ate in moderation.
suzy phinney-weber - In 2009, my marriage ended. I had irritable bowl syndrome, graying hair and depression. I began a routine of eating 1 scrambled egg, with fried onions, every morning with a pot of coffee. The IBS is gone, less gray hair and I no longer take Prozac. Maybe the good health came from ending a bad marriage but I like to give the egg and onions credit too.
kadi fisher - My grandfather ate eggs and bacon every day and lived to be 98 years old. He was a farmer and was quite active. I don't think that eggs is at all the culprit. It's all the other garbage people consume on a regular basis such as soda, candy, processed foods, and living a sedentary lifestyle. If everyone could just realize that eating whole unprocessed foods, such as veggies, fruits, lean meats, whole grains and exercise on most days of the week, we would be a much healthier nation!
deena mann muller - I raise chickens and get fresh eggs daily. They look and taste so much better than store bought eggs. Eating them has got to be healthier than all the over processed packaged food on the store shelves that has become the "norm" to eat.
andreea catana - Despite past belief, saturated fat is not associated with heart disease. False article.
brianna noel childs - Goodness, common sense people! If your frying eggs in oil everyday with a side of potatoes and bacon then yes, it's unhealthy. And here's a little secret, fat is good! And necessary! It just needs to be good, healthy, natural fat.... Like avocados or pure butter
becky cottle - Everything's bad for you nowadays. Let people be happy and eat what they please!!
kirk bast - I'll stick to my gmos and added fluoride in my water. Eggs sound dangerous.
paula cookie dean - I eat egg whites at least 4-5 times a week.. us whole eggs in other stuff.. I am very healthy.. Eggs are great protien! Eggs are good for you! Farm Fresh is best! If you can get them.
rebekah lindsey - The problem isn't the eggs; it's all the processed crap we eat along with it. Did the study ask how many times a week that the people ate ding dongs and Ho-ho's, or twinkies?? Or how often they ate Big Macs at McFatty's???
patrick austinson - Check your cholesterol research. Eggs help your good cholesterol levels and are found to change your bad cholesterol into a fluffier, healthier type. And be more worried about the grains and white sugar in your toast than anything you could get from eggs.
simon prior - Don't worry about the eggs , eggs keep you healthy.
Should be more worried about the fast food the processed foods and all the high intake sugarery products we are consuming.
amanda swindell - How about we just eat as close to nature as possible? Interesting how America didn't have a weight problem until processed foods flooded the market. Everything in moderation.
melody n jeff belmore - My 7 yr old eats a lot of eggs- daily. He is lean, well muscled, extremely healthy and has loads of energy. He eats a very CLEAN balanced diet. I disagree with this article. Cut out the processed food. Eat real food. You will be just fine.
becky newton - I think people should be less worried about eggs and more worried about soda, big macs, and little debbie snack cakes. Honestly, these kind of studies are not helping our obesity/health crisis in America.
susan pischke wolf - They're even better for you when they are fresh from chickens you raise!
hannah brewer dell - Honestly everywhere I look today someone is telling me that something isn't good for me. Some rice isn't good, eggs aren't good, certain kinds of butter, some vegetables aren't good for me, there's certain ways I have to cook my meat, but then again I shouldn't eat too much red meat. Honestly I'm all about living a healthy lifestyle but every which way I look there is some kind of issue with the so called natural things I am putting in my body. I outta just drink water and call it quits! All I can do is try my best and if my best isn't good enough, then I guess there's nothing I can do about it. I am not trying to be immortal, just trying to make my life as enjoyable as possible, so there's no reason for me to sit any worry about EVERY SINGLE THING I put in my body.
katey scallion - My dad is 91 and has eaten 2 a day his whole life. Each person is different.
tiffany kern - My grandfather has eaten a dozen a day and smoked a pack a day for nearly his entire life. Healthy as a horse according to his doctors
ruby schwartz - My father in law are two eggs, bacon, fresh whole milk everyday and died when he was almost 100.
- New UK guidelines recommend that women with uncomplicated pregnancies skip the hospital and giv (Type: link | Published: 2014-12-06T18:45:01+0000)
Today Show: New UK guidelines recommend that women with uncomplicated pregnancies skip the hospital and give birth with midwives at home or in a birthing center.Comments:
jamie simmons - I will have my babies at a hospital.... Even the healthiest pregnancy can turn deadly during labor.
janice taylor creel - A lot of the times, the emergencies that arise are side effects of the pitocin, or epidural, or a doctor that has more important things to do. There are TRUE emergencies, but not as many as people think.
lauren queen - It would certainly be a lot cheaper! I'm sure the U.S. would never jump on that bandwagon (and too bad!) The hospital birthing 'experience' in the states is one of the biggest money pits that exist.
maureen o'rourke - How quickly people forget the maternal and fetal mortality figures of the past..
tori koch - Problem is low risk pregnancies can become high risk deliveries very quickly. I didn't have any issues with my first pregnancy and the birth turned very quickly to the point that my son had to be resuscitated at birth and then spent time in the NICU. Nothing we would have ever expected from the pregnancy I had. I delivered him at a Boston hospital and was especially glad I had planned that instead of a local one. Forget being home.
morgan barrans - Speaking as an OB and postpartum nurse.... We're not out to "get you". We try and help everyone have the best, most enjoyable experience since that's the way it should be having a baby. It's offensive that people think we want patients to be miserable and hate the experience. With the amount of things that could happen I just see the hospital safer. I see too many things I guess.
kimberly brink - I was literally 1 push away from a emergency c sect. Sorry but "home" is not where birth needs to happen. The mortality rate 100 yrs ago for mothers and babe's compared to now. Those who want to squat under the oak tree. ..more power to them. But personal experience tells me a hospital equipped to handle emergency birthing situations is the safest way for Mom & baby.
anne marie weber - Midwives are trained to identify and manage risks. They typically work with doctors and hospitals. They carry oxygen, pitocin, and other medical equipment to each birth. The only thing they don't have is an OR, but plans are in place should an emergency arise. Home births are safe. I figure why should I go to the hospital; I am not sick. They should come to me. Then I can sleep in my own bed.
nicole wagy - This is all about saving the NHS money. If you have a surgical emergency during a home birth, you've got a disaster!
erin christine schaub - I sorry, but almost all of the negative comments on this feed are purely anecdotal, uneducated, and biased. The research shows that mothers and babies who are low risk are SAFER and have better outcomes in an out-of-hospital, midwife run setting compared to a traditional OB unit. Many of complications and "emergencies" that happen during birth are caused by the cascade of interventions that begins when you disrupt the physiological process of birth. A low risk women stepping into the hospital is in fact INCREASING her chances of disrupting this process and perhaps resulting in more complications. There is a reason why the US has some of the worst birth outcomes (for both moms and babies) out of all industrialized counties, in fact we are one of only 8 countries in the world where maternal mortality rates are actually increasing!
The UK is taking a great step in the right direction with this publication... We can only hope that one day women in this country will have greater access to safe options for their births.
emily krajec - As a physician who used to do OB, it was often the patient with uncomplicated pregnancy who sudden had dcells and fetal distress. In a hospital we can get the baby out by c/s very quickly. Yes it doesn't happen all the time but I would hate to be the mom who lost or had a baby with complications at home knowing this could have possibly been prevented in a hospital. Look at maternal and fetal mortality of the 1800s and now, there is reason for this called modern medicine so let's use it.
janice taylor creel - That's how it should be in the US.
melonie britton perry - My daughter and I wouldn't be here if that had been required here. My pregnancy was fine but the delivery went terribly wrong and required fast medical intervention. A good pregnancy does not determine a good delivery.
sonya kemp - Sorry USA - you have been brainwashed to now think that normal low risk births are dangerous. I blame your screwed-up 'user-pays' health system. It always boils down to the mighty $$
justinandlaura hamilton - These comments show just how much fear and mistrust surround birth in the US
It's very sad. Families are missing out on how birth was intended.
chelsey ruth - I would love the freedom to give birth at home with an experienced and certified midwife. Every mother deserves the right to choose how she gives birth.
jessica sullivan - A lot of uneducated people on this thread. Home birth reduces risks of complication, and if problems begin to arise patients are always transfered to the hospital. The UK has this one right.
lisa lehwalder - Had my first baby at home with a certified nurse midwife. Had medical management my entire pregnancy and when everything was deemed healthy and normal I gave birth at home. My midwife was also an RN and perfectly capable of determing when and if there was need to go to the hospital. We'd outlined and prepared an emergency plan in case things did not go as planned. It was a perfect birth. However, my second pregnancy was not medically sound and therefore I had a hospital birth. Both options are perfectly wonderful. Its about being in tune with your comfort level.
becky piehl - A Birthing Center is the happy medium in this situation. A hospital is for sick people, but a home birth, even for a low risk pregnancy, is still fraught with danger. A birthing center has the emergency equipment on hand, but is set up for a home-style birth.
michelle andreasen - I couldn't disagree with idea more. My first child's birth would have been considered low risk. I ended up needing an unplanned c-section as her head got stuck and she was unable to come out. This is not something a midwife can handle at home.
kristina everingham - I had two lovely home births. I had excessive bleeding with the first and my second child needed resuscitation. My midwives were equipped and experienced to handle both situations. I think many people imagine that home birth means no access to life-saving devices/procedures, which is inaccurate.