• Not a fan of neither of Jacqueline nor Andy. Just feel sad for Sammi
  • Haha, this situation is so familiar. Just attended a birthday party held at a restaurant. An ex-friend of mine showed up late, complaint about he didn’t get the seat he wanted but the next day, he ask the host if he gave her the “envelope” because he “forgot” or “lost” it somewhere. And just to find out it wasn’t the first time. There’s other time where a couple weren’t even close to him & his wife got married and they weren’t invited. His wife called up a mutual friend cried & begging the couple to invite them. The mutual friend end up call the bride & ask her to invite this couple. At the wedding, the couple complained they put the “envelope” on the table but had “lost” it. Don’t know who “stole” it. My friends who sat at the same table felt so embarrassed because they made them feel like they had “stole” their “envelope” man.....
  • @joyce babies are all different. reading up may help to prepare a little but in real life, they behave differently. it's really play by ear because no one can expect what they will do. my 2 kids are in their teens now - 15 and 19. totally different characters. I am still the parent and never attempted to be their friend because they will forget the boundary.
  • @chena I know, every time I read an article about celebrities giving birth and taking care of newborns, they make it sound super hard and super important, they make it sounds like they’re only people need to know how to take care of the babies. I mean, human been thru it all. Back in the day, our grandparents gave birth to like 7-8 kids, they didn’t need to read books, go to class to learn all those stuff and their kids still grow up healthy. I raised my 2 kids the old fashion way and now they’re 2 healthy, happy & smart teenagers. And I didn’t read or learn anything in any baby classes or books. I still use my own way to teach & discipline my kids.
  • I love this phrase “home is where you are” coincidentally today when my husband came home and had conversation with our kids something about house, he said he doesn’t have a house & pointed to me and said “I have a home” that really made me feel loved.
  • @joyce it’s one of those, morally it’s wrong, but in art, it’s not? Idk, like I said gotta have to see it, then judge it. If it’s like Lust and caution, then I agree lol. That movie is just like what everyone said >_>
  • Back in the day, girls got married early in their teens. But this movie is unacceptable I think, even though the storyline seems interesting. But can they use body double for those scenes instead of making the girl does it herself?
  • It’s mentally abnormal I think. My husband stop giving my daughters a bath when they were around 4-5. I taught them how to bath themselves around 6/7. But once in a while if we’re home late then I would give them a quick bath & put them to bed.
  • I don’t see why there’s a problem for a celeb taking public transportation. Why do ppl think that they doing that to save money?
  • @joyce a relationship needs time to nurture especially when there are kids. if the mother had dedicated all her time to the kids and neglected her hubby, the spark would have disappeared when the kids have grown up. unfortunately it's not easy to enjoy a holiday without the kids.
  • I guess I have to agree with Aimee on this one. Balance out our romance life & family life. It makes long lasting relationship. We need break from kids & they need break from us too.
  • @joyce YM married only because she was pregnant. her daughter is unlikely to be close to her mum. grandma doubles up as her mum as well.
  • @joyce But that would mean Hawick isn't born to be a dad too. He got her pregnant by accident then wasn't willing to slow down career just as much as her. When a relationship wouldn't work anymore, 1 of the parents have to step out of the child's life. Either her or Hawick. Looks like she chose to step out. Sharing sounds kind of torturing. You know you can't be there for a kid, but you still fight for their custody, and then you are only able to be good to them for a day, but the next day you're not so good, then the day after you're good to them again...that's just torturing them back and forth you know. If you just give them up entirely and don't bother them anymore then that's healthier for them, unless you can be very committed to them.
  • @joyce There are lots of strong-minded career women who are married and are responsible mothers to their children despite busy schedule. It doesn't matter what you want to do with your life, you brought that child into the world. I do not condone her action (with regards to her child), which I think is selfish and irresponsible, but parental attachment to a child actually does not happen overnight. It happens when the parent (mom or dad) spends time taking care of their baby. If you outsource that job and have minimal physical contact, then it's hard to develop that "parental" love. Actually, I feel sorry for her as she's missing out on some of the best memories of her life. There is something special about watching your child grow.
  • I’m not criticizing YM, but I guess she’s a type of woman wasn’t born to be a Mom. Got pregnant was just an accident, got married just because she had baby. That’s why their relationship doesn’t work and have to go their separate way. I see a lot of strong career minded women are most likely end up in divorce if they ever get married. I just feel pity for the little kid. She gets everything but her mother’s love & attention.
  • Whether or not she knows who’s the baby’s daddy is none of the his woman business, so rude to say it publicly.
  • @joyce she's been having work done all along.
  • @joyce 4yrs in UK is Masters for most subject. 3yrs for Bachelor. He is studying in UK not US/Canada. Do your research first...
  • 4 years is not a master degree, it’s a bachelor degree in the US & Canada. Wonder why they kept saying others like Kate tsui & fala Chen got master in just few years. Master is 6 years.
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