Pratt, 41, showed his support for his wife’s candid interview, commenting, “I like your outfit you look so good honey.”He and the Maverick and Me author tied the knot in June 2019 in California. The actor was previously married to Anna Faris, and they share 8-year-old son Jack.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement – The Rock What You’ve Got author went on to chat with Bella about the former professional wrestler’s postpartum depression battle, continuing the conversation that Schwarzenegger started for her Instagram followers last month.“I did [my postpartum depression screening], and I was talking to my doctor and she was saying to me she has never seen such levels of postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety in her patients and just overall for people who are pregnant and have recently had a baby during this COVID time,” Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter told Dr. Christine Sterling in October. “I thought that was really interesting and, of course, makes sense because everyone is experiencing different feelings right now whether you’ve had a baby or not.”- Advertisement – Too tired. Katherine Schwarzenegger has been struggling to sleep since welcoming her and Chris Pratt’s daughter, Lyla, in August.“You definitely have moments where it’s harder some days than it is other days,” the Gift of Forgiveness author, 30, said in a Thursday, November 12, Instagram Live with Nikki Bella. “You have [days] of feeling bad with a partner or wanting to make everything good again. For me, it’s also like if you want to get so many things done, [you should] sleep when the baby sleeps. [But] I don’t know how you do that. How does anything get done that you want to get done during the day?”Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt at the “Avengers: Endgame” premiere at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 22, 2019. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP/Shutterstock- Advertisement – The Los Angeles native added that she has “not been able to do that” since becoming a mom. “It’s really hard and then you need to catch up on your sleep obviously.”Bella, 36, agreed, telling the “Dog That Changed Me” podcast host that she hasn’t slept “in three months” since her and Artem Chigvtintsev’s son, Matteo, arrived in July. “Aren’t you ever like, ‘How am I doing this?’” she joked.Schwarzenegger agreed, but said that when her baby girl smiles at her at “four in the morning,” she realizes everything is “fine.”- Advertisement –
Otago Daily Times 11 December 2017Family First Comment: Simple rule – no technology in bedrooms.And use SafeSurfer (which we endorse)Smartphones are fuelling a “bedroom culture” with online access for many children becoming more personal, more private and less supervised, Unicef warns.The agency, the United Nations’ fund for children, says in its latest State of the World’s Children report that one in every three internet users in the world is aged 18 and under.It says the internet is a “game-changer for some of the world’s most marginalised children, helping them fulfil their potential and break intergenerational cycles of poverty”.But it says the net is also creating a “bedroom culture”.“Mobile phones enable children to access the internet in the privacy of their bedrooms or from a friend’s house,” it says.“The result is online access that is more personal, more private and less supervised.”The report says children are going online at ever-younger ages.“In Bulgaria, for example, the age at which children first used the internet was commonly 10 in 2010 but had dropped to 7 by 2016,” it says.“In China, children under 10 made up 2.9% of all internet users in 2016, up from 2.7% in 2015.“In Brazil, the proportion of 9- and 10-year-olds using the internet increased from 35% in 2012 to 37% in 2013.“It is not uncommon for children who are not yet even teenagers to own their own phones. A survey in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia in 2013 found that age 10 or 12 was the most common age for receiving a first mobile phone.“In 2015, age 10 was found to be the common age for a child to first own a mobile phone in the Philippines, while in Honduras it was age 12.”The report says smartphones “are intensifying traditional childhood risks, such as bullying, and fuelling new forms of child abuse and exploitation, such as ‘made-to-order’ child sexual abuse material and live streaming of child sexual abuse”.“Predators can more easily make contact with unsuspecting children through anonymous and unprotected social media profiles and game forums,” it says.“New technologies – like cryptocurrencies and the Dark Web – are fuelling live streaming of child sexual abuse and other harmful content, and challenging the ability of law enforcement to keep up.“Ninety-two percent of all child sexual abuse URLs identified globally by the Internet Watch Foundation are hosted in just five countries: the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, France and the Russian Federation.“Efforts to protect children need to focus particularly on vulnerable and disadvantaged children, who may be less likely to understand online risks – including loss of privacy – and more likely to suffer harms.”READ MORE: https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/unicef-kids-risk-bedroom-culture
On Wednesday, April 19, the Southeastern Indiana Volleyball (SEIVB) coaching staff wrapped up their season with an end of year dinner. After dinner, we handed out a few awards to recognize our returning coaches who continue to dedicate their time and energy into improving area volleyball and impacting the future of volleyball in Southeastern Indiana.Tracy Meyer has been involved with the club for ten years. She continues to push her teams as well as be a cheerleader from the sidelines. Tracy enjoys the game and watching her daughter play for Batesville in the fall.The other years of service award was given to Larry Ehler for 20 years of dedication to the club. He has been an important part of the club since the beginning in 1997. Larry currently serves as a member of the board of directors for SEIVB as well as a coach in the 14-18s ages. Larry is also the assistant coach at East Central High School.We also recognized the teams that finished in the gold bracket at the Mideast Qualifier (MEQ) in Indianapolis at the end of March. Head coaches Ned Rogers and Emily Egbers finished 5th and 3rd respectively at the top tournament in this area.Overall, it was a great season for SEIVB. Several teams came home with tournament championships, others were lucky to go .500 on the weekend. However, all coaches felt the girls on their team improved drastically throughout the season and they will be contributors for their school teams next year.“We have a great group of coaches at our club. They are fun to watch coach and really do have a love for the game and the girls. I’m not sure they truly understand the impact they have on the girls and this game, but we are honored to have them and hope to have them all back again next year!” – Cassie Laker, SEIVB Board of Directors.
Richard L. Sutton, 69, of New Marion passed away Monday, August 13, 2018, on his birthday, near North Vernon as the result of an automobile accident. He was born at home near New Marion on August 13, 1949 the son of Charles and Pauline Hamblin Sutton. He was married to Joyce Kathleen Feller on July 16, 1977 and she survives. Other survivors include two daughters Holly Lynn (Michael) Leach of Versailles, and Dee Dee McAdams of Holton; six grandchildren Cheyanne, Codey, and Darek Walston, and Hunter, Jackson, and Shane McAdams; three great-grandchildren; two brothers Charles (Beverly) Sutton of Greensburg, and Ron (Becky) Sutton of Holton; one sister Barbara (John) Heuer of Scottsburg; one step-sister Bonnie McIntosh of Versailles; also his sister-in-law Donna Sutton of Hanover. He was preceded in death by his father Charles Sutton, his mother Pauline Truesdel, his brother Bruce Sutton, and his nephew Bruce Sutton, Jr. Mr. Sutton was a farmer and was also a carpenter employed with Tony Schyer in Batesville. Richard loved to hunt and fish, enjoyed listening to music and playing euchre, but his favorite past time was spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Richard was a member of the New Marion Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held on Friday, August 17th at 10:30am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Bro. Michael Miller of the Cedar Creek Community Church officiating. Burial will be in the New Marion Cemetery. Visitation will be on Thursday from 5pm to 8pm. Memorials may be given to the Kidney Foundation or the New Marion Cemetery in care of the funeral home.
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock feared his side would suffer a double-figure beating after the first 15 minutes at Swansea. “After the Liverpool game nobody talks about us at all, it’s all about Liverpool, but I thought we were fantastic.” Swansea manager Garry Monk felt his side had been in control apart from a difficult period immediately after Jedinak’s equaliser. “We started the game very well on the front foot and were in the ascendancy,” Monk said. “I was disappointed with their goal because we gave the ball away, they countered and got the penalty from there. “For four or five minutes after that we were unsettled because of the dominance we had, but we were the ones pushing for the second goal and the performance was very good. “But Palace defended well, they put people on the 18-yard line and it was difficult for us to get the second goal.” Swansea have now lost 13 points from winning positions this season but Monk insisted he was not focusing on that damaging statistic. “I look at 19 points. We’ve got a great total, we’re still seventh and we’re still improving and progressing as team,” Monk said. “Yes, we’ve made little mistakes but I look at the positives. “The performance level I can’t argue with, we’re having a good season and we’re trying to find our way to push on.” “The first 20 minutes is as bad as I’ve seen us play since I’ve been at the club. “We just couldn’t put two passes together, we couldn’t pass water. It was really poor. “But after that we regrouped and I thought our lads responded.” Warnock felt Palace were aided by an injury to striker Dwight Gayle which allowed James McArthur to bolster the midfield and Marouane Chamakh fill the main striker’s role. And it was Chamakh who won the penalty when Jonjo Shelvey’s clumsy challenge saw the Moroccan fall to the floor in a crowded penalty area. “McArthur coming on and Chamakh going up front helped us, it made us more solid and more of a threat,” Warnock said after Palace had built on their 3-1 home victory over Liverpool. “Swansea always control the game, that’s how they are. But you have to give us credit as a lot of teams could have laid down, but we played controlled football after the break. “We might be limited in certain areas but we are a good honest bunch. Press Association Wilfried Bony scored his sixth goal in seven Barclays Premier League games on the quarter-hour mark to reward Swansea’s complete domination, but Palace levelled through Mile Jedinak’s 25th minute penalty and ending up taking a 1-1 draw home from the Liberty Stadium. “I was wondering if it would be double figures after 15 minutes because it couldn’t have got any worse,” Warnock said.
“Yeah, I saw it,” Crawford said. “The fans are unbelievable. The fans truly are unbelievable. I mean, when I’m in the game and I see that one person that has No. 11 on and the one person that’s rooting for me, that’s the thing you kind of, not kind of, but … not that you necessarily play for it but, you know what I mean? It’s like, you really appreciate it.”Rivers candidly talks defenseClippers coach Doc Rivers typically practices diplomacy when talking about his team. Certainly, he’s no Phil Jackson, who was quite the opposite during his coaching days with the Lakers.But Rivers was very forthcoming this week when he was asked about the defensive play of his team. The Clippers in 2013-14 allowed 101 points per game, 14th in the league. This season they are allowing 100.7 points. That’s a tad less, but it ranks them 21st, tied with Toronto.Rivers believes his defense was superior in ‘13-’14. “I think we were better last year defensively,” he said. “I think we’re a better offensive team this year, but I think we’re worse defensively. And what I do like, in certain games, there has been proof that we can be a really good defensive team. And I just don’t like how inconsistent we’ve been defensively.“I don’t know if we’re overall worse or better, but I know we’re far more inconsistent defensively this year than we were last year.”Rivers pointed to the 110-95 victory on Feb. 11 over Houston as proof of his team’s defensive capabilities. The Rockets shot just 39.1 percent from the field. Even worse, the Clippers harassed them into a 9-for-45 (20 percent) performance from 3-point range. And that was without the services of the injured Blake Griffin.“They’re a great offensive team and we took their 3s away, so we’ve proven it,” Rivers said. “But we have not been consistent with it and that’s a concern.”Griffin: This is not an injuryGriffin sustained a broken left knee cap in the final game of the 2009-10 exhibition season and missed all of what was supposed to be his rookie season. He had played in all but four regular-season games the next four-plus seasons until missing the past three games with a staph infection in his right elbow that required surgery.Interestingly, Griffin doesn’t call this an injury.“That was an injury,” he said of the broken knee cap. “I wouldn’t really call this an injury. This is an unfortunate timing thing, an infection. I guess it’s a serious thing, like I said. But not really injured.“That’s kind of what hurts the most about it, having to miss time like this for that. But to miss eight, 10, 12 games is nothing compared to 82.”Griffin figures to a minimum of 12 games with this non-injury injury. When Jamal Crawford saw a group of reporters heading his way in the Clippers’ locker room before their game Thursday against San Antonio, he had some fun.“I thought I got traded,” he joked, alluding to the rush toward him as soon as the locker room was opened.Crawford, the Clippers’ valuable and popular sixth man, was again mentioned in trade rumors as the NBA trading deadline neared and passed Thursday afternoon without the Clippers making a move. It’s been a regular occurrence for Crawford during much of his fine career.More than anything, Crawford expressed appreciation at the outpouring of support he witnessed on Twitter from fans who were peeved that his name was even being mentioned. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Matt Kemp had just finished smacking several balls over the fence during batting practice ahead of the Dodgers’ game against the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday. The sweetness of his swing and the power with which it zoomed through the zone was something to see.Kemp was the toast of the Dodgers in 2011, when that swing helped create a marvelous season where he walloped 39 home runs, drove in 126 runs and scored 115 times — all league highs. He also batted .324, slugged .586, had an OPS of .986 and stole 40 bases. He finished second in National League MVP voting and came close to winning the elusive Triple Crown.Afterward, Kemp signed an eight-year contract worth $160 million.Three years later, Kemp is still trying to regain that magic. Hamstring and shoulder injuries in 2012 limited him to 106 games, during which he hit .303 with 23 home runs and 69 RBIs. Hamstring and an ankle injury reduced him to just 73 games in 2013, when he hit just .270 with six home runs and 33 RBIs. “Well, I was locked in,” he said of 2011. “Body-wise, I was feeling all the way 100 percent. You know, it’s just a different year. Every year is different. Everybody’s got stuff they’ve gotta deal with and mine the past years have been injuries I’ve had to overcome and it’s getting better and better every day.”It must be difficult, Kemp was told, to be a superstar one year and then suddenly become something other than that. Kemp agreed, but he wasn’t singing the blues about it. Rather, he spoke with a stiff upper lip.“It’s tough,” he said. “I think it’s tough for anybody to try to go from being something to being something else and you’re trying to get back to where you were. Sometimes injuries take time to heal. It could be one year, two years, three years. But for me, every year I’ve had to deal with a different injury.“There was my shoulder and my ankle, so those are two major body parts, especially for the game of baseball, especially for what I can do as far as hitting home runs and stealing bases. I’ve just gotta get my legs under me and work every day to get back to where I was before.”Kemp had offseason left shoulder surgery following 2012 and offseason left ankle surgery following the 2013 campaign.“I feel good,” he said of those repairs. “There are times when I’m stiff, sore and that’s just any baseball player. You can ask any baseball player, something’s always hurting on him.”As far as getting back to what he once was, Kemp has no doubt he will.“Oh, I’m not worried about it,” he said, emphatically. “I know I’m going to be back to where I need to be as far as stealing a lot of bases and hitting home runs, driving in runs. I’m going in the right direction now.”Manager Don Mattingly also believes fans will again see the Kemp of 2011.“I’m confident,” Mattingly said. “It’s still there. He’s swinging the bat good. He looks good.”Guerrero still outAlex Guerrero’s agent said the infielder is still undergoing outpatient skin-graft treatments on his left ear and could be two weeks away from resuming baseball activities.Guerrero hasn’t played since May 20, when a portion of his left ear was bitten off by then-teammate Miguel Olivo during a game with Triple-A Albuquerque. He was hospitalized for several days after the incident and needed surgery to re-attach the ear.“We can safely say the surgery is fully successful,” said Guerrero’s agent, Scott Boras.Two weeks from today is July 1, exactly six weeks after the incident. Guerrero hasn’t been able to work out, run, or throw in the meantime. Guerrero could face another lengthy process as he returns to baseball shape. This and thatMattingly said third baseman Juan Uribe (hamstring) continues to improve and will soon be ready for a rehab assignment — perhaps this week. … Crawford (ankle) still can’t run or hit and has seen the team physician this week. … Third baseman Justin Turner (calf) could be ready to play in the next series beginning Friday in San Diego.— Staff writer J.P. Hoornstra contributed to this report Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Things have changed so much for Kemp that this season he lost his center-field spot to Andre Ethier and the only reason he has been playing every day is because left fielder Carl Crawford is on the disabled list.Well, don’t look now, but Kemp just might be flirting with becoming the player who shook up the baseball world in 2011.“I feel good, just trying to have good at-bats and trying to get good pitches to hit, trying to grind it out and just get in a groove,” he said during an exclusive interview with this newspaper.Kemp, just 29, is batting .267 with six home runs and 24 RBIs in 217 at-bats. Nothing to write home about. But over his past 10 games, he is 14 for 33 — an average of .424 — with a home run and eight RBIs. He has gotten two hits in four of his past five games.He was asked to talk about how he feels at the plate right now compared to how he felt in 2011.
Sept. 1, 2012vs. No. 2 AlabamaL 41-14 Nov. 24, 2012at No. 4 Ohio StateL 26-21Nov. 30, 2013vs. No. 3 Ohio StateL 42-41Nov. 26, 2016at No. 2 Ohio StateL 30-27Oct. 21, 2017at No. 2 Penn StateL 42-13Nov. 18, 2017at No. 5 WisconsinL 24-10Michigan has lost five more games against top-five teams since facing Alabama, and Harbaugh has yet to break through with that signature victory that lifts the program. This will continue to haunt the program, especially on the road. Michigan does face Penn State and Wisconsin away this year, but neither team will be ranked in the top five.Can Michigan break up Alabama-Clemson? The Wolverines have not beaten a top-five team since a road win at Notre Dame in 2006. Those are the type of victories Michigan needs to accumulate before we can say it’s ready for Clemson and Alabama, who have quarterbacks who are every bit as good as Dwayne Haskins at the college level.Michigan has an opportunity with Harbaugh in the post-Urban Meyer Big Ten, but it can’t be distracted by the Ohio State shadow against a tough schedule. A potential Playoff matchup with Michigan against Clemson or Alabama would be great for the sport — especially with the prospect of Harbaugh trading barbs with Dabo Swinney or Nick Saban — but we need to see the Wolverines beat Ohio State for the first time since 2011 and win a Big Ten championship for the first time since 2004 before we entertain that thought. Sporting News recently released its 2019 College Football Playoff predictions, and it comes as no surprise that we picked another Alabama-Clemson matchup in the CFP championship game on Jan. 13 in New Orleans. Can anybody break up the Alabama-Clemson monopoly at the top of college football? Sporting News will take a closer look at some of the top contenders that can do just that. We have already looked at Georgia, Ohio State and Oklahoma — schools that have combined for six CFP appearances. MORE: Sporting News’ post-spring top 25Today, we’ll take a closer look at the team still looking to break through for that first appearance. Michigan is ranked No. 9 in Sporting News’ post-spring top 25 for 2019. The Wolverines are in their fifth season under Jim Harbaugh and have the eighth-best winning percentage (.731) among Power 5 schools since he arrived in 2015.But none of those wins has come against rival Ohio State, and four losses that are part of a seven-game losing streak to the Buckeyes have added to the consternation in Ann Arbor.Can the Wolverines break through and make a run at the Tigers or the Tide? If they can, they’ll likely have to go through Ohio State first. A closer look: Why Michigan can break up Alabama-ClemsonNew-look offenseMichigan hired new offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, who helped Alabama unleash a new kind of offense around Heisman Trophy runner-up Tua Tagovailoa in 2018. The belief now is that Harbaugh — who has been criticized for being too conservative — will open it up around second-year starter Shea Patterson and a talented group of receivers that includes Donovan Peoples-Jones, Tarik Black and Nico Collins. That is Michigan’s best position group, perhaps on the entire roster, and it’s time for Harbaugh to turn Patterson loose. If that happens (we need to see it to believe it), then the Wolverines could emerge as true contenders.Same aggressive defenseDefensive coordinator Don Brown is still bristling about last year’s finish in which the Wolverines gave up 62 points to Ohio State and 41 points to Florida. Those losses dropped Michigan to No. 16 in scoring defense, its lowest ranking under Brown. Rashan Gary, Devin Bush and Chase Winovich are gone for the NFL, but Brown has been able to get results despite heavy turnover before. Khaleke Hudson, Josh Metellus and Lavert Hill are among the key players who return to a unit that should be more than motivated by last season’s late-season failures.A Big Ten breakthroughIt’s psychological at this point. Michigan had 10-1 teams that were good enough to win the Big Ten championship entering the Ohio State game in 2016 and ’18. Those losses and corresponding New Year’s Day Six fallouts ended otherwise solid seasons on a sour note. The Wolverines are 3-1 against Penn State and 2-2 against Michigan State under Harbaugh. Ohio State is the next hurdle, and this team could finally realize its potential with a victory there. Then we can see if they are ready for the big time.MORE: Michigan 2019 lookaheadReasons Michigan won’t break up Alabama-ClemsonMichigan hasn’t proven it can beat Ohio State, so it’s hard to say the Wolverines have enough talent to match up with Alabama and Clemson, who have developed depth through top-10 recruiting for the better part of a decade.The Wolverines have enhanced their talent level under Harbaugh, but the bowl losses to Florida State and Florida — teams Alabama and Clemson have manhandled in recent seasons — have exposed that lack of blue-chip depth.That would be the biggest question if the Wolverines broke through and won the Big Ten championship. It would be the same problem Notre Dame encountered last season.Coach factorHarbaugh is not an overrated coach. He is 8-10 against top 25 teams, but he’s also 30-4 against unranked teams. Michigan avoids the major upsets that dogged Lloyd Carr late and Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke.That said, he’s not an underrated coach, either. He has Michigan back in the same position it was in for most of the back half of the Carr era. The Wolverines are good enough to win 10 games almost every season, but it’s those road hiccups that have got tenin the way before Ohio State. That has to be a point of emphasis this season.Still, Harbaugh has to take the next step at some point, and most of that revolves around the Ohio State game. It’s inescapable at this point, especially after the 62-39 loss in Columbus last season.MORE: Ohio State reminds Michigan of its Playoff potentialStat that matters Michigan thought it was ready for the big stage on Sept. 1, 2012. The Wolverines were coming off an 11-2 campaign in Brady Hoke’s first season and faced Alabama in the season opener. The Crimson Tide offered a reality check in a beatdown Hoke never recovered from.
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