“Kristin Cavallari & Jay Cutler are expecting their third child” links


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  1. dr mantis toboggan says:

    Are they going to name the kid polio or rubella? Place your bets!

    • Neelyo says:

      HAHA! Polio for a boy, Rubella for a girl.

    • INeedANap says:

      Currently nicknamed Whooping Cough, or Whoopy for short.

    • Sara says:

      Not funny. Look as long as vaccination is still a choice and it IS, nobody should say shit. Stop treating people that choose not to vaccinate like criminals because its their CHOICE!

      • Cait says:

        Except it’s more than an issue of choice. It’s a public health issue, and their decision to not vaccinate based on thoroughly debunked research has life and death ramifications. She cites statistics on alleged vaccine injuries that aren’t rooted in actual science, and as a fellow parent of 3 small children, that terrifies me.

        My grandfather suffered horribly from polio. I’d really rather not see a similar fate for my children.

        The herd immunity firewall upon which anti-vaxxers both prey (and pray will protect them) only works if everyone eligible plays their part.

        We all saw the quick spread of measles earlier this year because of one infected person. Measles is highly infectious, and the secondary infections from it can kill (see: Roald Dahl’s diary about his daughter). An ongoing study, which hit the news this week, indicates that measles may actually reset the immune system, with terrifying results.

        Choice is great in parenting. But the idea of the “harm principle” in common law matters: my freedom ends where your nose begins. When my choices have a direct impact on your freedom and safety, there are legal limits.

      • Robin says:

        Anti-vaxxers aren’t criminals, they’re just idiots.

      • Esmom says:

        Are you really not at all alarmed that deadly diseases that had been eradicated by vaccines are making a comeback? And I say this as the mom of a child on the autism spectrum, a disorder that I am 100% certain was not the result of his vaccinations.

      • Alex says:

        There’s a lot of choices that can be criticized because they are stupid. This is one of them. Not vaccinating is NOT SUPPORTED BY MEDICAL SCIENCE. so yes I’m going to find anyone who doesn’t vax completely stupid. Theres no reason for schools to have outbreaks like the ones we are dealing with now. Sorry she’s an idiot. Next

      • mazzie says:

        Absolutely it’s their choice. As it’s mine to think they’re idiots.

      • AtlLady says:

        To insert another aspect to the vaccination thread – how many of you actually had to suffer through those diseases? I remember getting the polio vaccine and the follow up sugar cubes. None of the other vaccines were available yet. As far as the other diseases, I had them all except for the mumps AND I remember how sick I was with each of them. When my kids came along in the late 70s, you better believe I had them vaccinated because the vaccines were available and, as their mother, I would never wish for them to suffer through any of those horrid diseases.

      • Beth says:

        This isn’t an issue of choosing to be a vegan, or paleo, or whatever diet tickles your fancy–this is a major health issue that affects entire communities. My nephew’s school was affected by the measles outbreak from last year, so pardon me if I want to harshly judge parents who opt out of vaccinations and allow others to suffer the consequences.

      • Bridget says:

        Don’t you guys know, public health is a CHOICE?

      • Norman Bates' Mother says:

        It’s not just a choice, it’s putting innocent children in danger. It’s currently a very controversial topic where I live because there was an outbreak of rubella and one of the non-vaccinated children died from complications and it spread to many adults for whom it’s even more dangerous than children, and those infants, who could not have been vaccinated yet. Now there’s a debate if the parents of a dead, non-vaccinated child should be juged as criminals.

      • marie says:

        My daughter is immune comprised and cannot have vaccines right now. Her children are healthy. Vaccines are based on heard immunity to protect the children who for whatever reason can’t be vaccinated.

        To not vaccinate your children and put other people in life threatening danger with ZERO science to back up their “ideals” is selfish and uninformed.

        We all got vaccinated as children and we were all fine. This movment is based on a CRIMINAL FALSIFICATION of a scientific study.

        Wars are fought for those vaccines all over the world, because they save lives. Then you have the fruit and nut culture refusing to acknowledge that their movment was wrong.

        Would you even care if my child fell I’ll from a preventable illness because you refused to vaccinate your child Or are you still so self involved that you would just think I need to be quiet?

      • paranormalgirl says:

        As a medical doctor (albeit in psychiatry, though I still had rotations in all the major specialties), I think it SHOULD be criminal not to vaccinate your children and put the general public at risk for your own ill or uninformed reasons.

      • BooBooLaRue says:

        @Cait – well said. I concur entirely.

      • meh says:

        It’s a choice that endangers the rest of society and makes you irresponsible, selfish, and misinformed. I’m gonna choose to keep making fun of it. Thanks.

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        Wonderfully stated arguments for vaccination, all. Parental choice? People used to choose to whip their children. Pregnant women choose to drink or do drugs. Do we judge them? You bet, sometimes to the point of prosecution. Because we know about medical science and care about human rights.

        Somehow vaccination has become yet another “give me liberty” issue. Instead, those who refuse to protect their children (and others) are denying those children (and others) the right to good health or life itself. “Freedom of choice” means “freedom to ignore the science and put my ego above human rights.” Sorry folks, ignorance is no defense.

        We should fine people for not voting and not vaccinating. Or should we pay people for vaccinating? Either way, let’s just get the job done.

      • springingforward says:

        Sara, that is an embarrassingly ignorant statement. Based on fact-based, peer-reviewed scientific studies, children should be vaccinated in order to maintain the herd immunity. This is a health/safety situation that affects everyone you and your children interact with and not simply your “right to choose.”
        There were over 600 measles cases in the USA in 2014, over 85% were unvaccinated….

      • Lucky Charm says:

        Sure, as long as no one in the family ever leaves the house or comes in contact with the general public. If you choose not to vaccinate your children, and they infect a newborn baby, or someone who otherwise can’t be vaccinated, who then falls ill and either suffers permanent damage or death because of the disease, then I think you should definitely be charged with a crime.

        We have the right to carry guns, but we do not have the right to go around shooting people. Once an innocent person is shot by your gun, your choice to carry is now affecting someone else’s life. The “choice” to refuse to vaccinate is the same as the “choice” to carry around a gun. Innocent people may be maimed or killed as a direct result of your personal “choice”.

      • Jag says:

        @Cait ~ It appears that you haven’t been reading the latest news regarding the outbreak of measles because the CDC itself has admitted that a portion of those who spread measles were fully vaccinated for the disease. And you also aren’t aware that the whooping cough outbreak of 2010 was caused by vaccinated children – including 98% vaccinated infants – which then spread to the unvaccinated population of carers.

        I am of the generation that had mumps, chicken pox, and the German measles as a child. I also have never had the flu, and don’t require a doctor’s visit when the common cold and the “stomach bug” go around, either.

        If herd immunity really worked, then the small percentage of people who are choosing to not vaccinate themselves or their children wouldn’t be a factor. The issue is that the manufacturers of vaccines know that they have changed the formulas since 1992, and that their vaccines don’t work as they used to. Even the tetanus shot has to be given every 5 years now, instead of 10, because it doesn’t work as effectively. And in me, it didn’t work at all because I almost died from tetanus last January, when I still had a year to go on my 5 year vaccination! (A vaccination which gave me a 105 temperature for almost a week, which had never happened before. Bear in mind my previous tetanus shot was before they changed the formula, and I had never had a bad reaction.)

        If vaccine manufacturers weren’t out for a quick buck and made them like they used to, e.g. duplicating them in sterilized chicken eggs, rather than using insect DNA, and not having aluminum and other heavy metals in them as preservatives, I would still support vaccinations. As they stand right now, I do not.

      • holly hobby says:

        Not a choice if a diseased kid gives a long dead disease life and infects the rest of the kids. Sorry if you want choice, keep then the unvaccinated should live in their own community – yes just like the leper colonies of days of yore.

      • Darksparkle says:

        Wow. Everything I wanted to saw was already said, except this: THIS is what reality is. It’s not all about “me me my children”, and when you claim ‘it’s MY CHOICE” among an educated, pro-science group of ladies, they will call you on your crap. Because you’re putting other children in danger.

        This is what the world outside ignorant mommy-blogs looks like.

    • Cait says:

      Kale Rubella, natch.

    • Eva says:

      hahaha great comment!

  2. Susa says:

    He always looks soooo exhausted. Even before the babies.

    • NerdMomma says:

      I always wonder about this. He looks hungover to me, all of the time.

    • Esmom says:

      I thought the same until my son informed me that Cutler’s diabetic. Seems almost miraculous to me that he’s able to play at a professional level.

      • Robin says:

        One would think, as a Type 1 diabetic, that Jay Cutler would have some appreciation of medical science. I agree it’s remarkable that he is able to play at a professional level. It’s even more remarkable how stupid he must be WRT the issue of childhood vaccinations.

  3. ToodySezHey says:

    It won’t improve his accuracy

  4. wonderwoman21 says:

    They had a second kid? Huh, when did that happen?

  5. Sara says:

    @ Robin. Name calling OK must be all those nasty vaccines finally taking affect on your brain.

    • Juliette says:

      I agree that the name calling is completely unneccessary. I have friends that have chosen to not vaccinate their children and have been viciously attacked and been called horrible names which I think is unfair.

      I don’t completely agree with not vaccinating children but at the same time I think that people should not be attacked for making choices they feel are best for their own families. One of my girlfriends, who chooses not to vaccinate, has done extensive research on both sides of this issue and has lots of studies to back up her position. She home schools her kids and one of her reasons is that her children are not vaccinated.

      A healthy debate is fine but when it reduced to petty insults and name calling, the point is lost.

      • Froggy says:

        Well said! My nephew is vaccine damaged. Has dr report stating so. I chose to start vaccinating my own kids at age 2 when their immune systems were stronger. I also spaced them out a lot but they were up to date by kindergarten. My sister in law chose not to vaccinate her 2 younger children. I see what she does thru on a daily basis. No judgment here.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        But it’s not merely a choice of “what’s best for their own families.” It’s an issue that has en effect on the general population.

      • Nicole says:

        I would like to see those many studies about not vaccinating. Because I’ve heard of none of them. And I work in the field
        Fact is science is not on your side and the benefits outweigh the minute risk. So again produce these “studies” because I have yet to see a reputable study support anti-vaccination stance

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        There are no “sides” on this issue and much as non-vaccinating parents believe they are making the best choice for their families, they are simply wrong and time will prove them so, at great expense to people with compromised or immature immune systems – some they will know, some will be strangers and they’ll never see the suffering.

        But, people who don’t understand how science works due to pitifully inadequate science education are not prepared to understand why there are not two sides. And unvaccinated children who are home-schooled are at risk of having immune systems unprepared to handle the myriad of everyday bugs that live in the normal social world of children.

      • elee says:

        Juliette–there currently aren’t any studies to “back up” any position that antivaxxers take. I think your friend needs to start checking the legitimacy of those websites or blogs that may be the basis of her claim.

        The reason why vaccines and communicable diseases are in the realm of PUBLIC health is that it extends BEYOND just an individual, their family, or their household. Vaccines are there for the protection of the entire population, and for anyone who may think that it’s a choice that only affects their family is seriously mistaken. And with current research now, seriously ignorant.

        There have been at least 10-12 other studies that have debunked the ONE research article that originally claimed there was some sort of link–that researcher has been deemed a fraud (and his original study only looked at 12 children anyway. TWELVE) There’s a new JAMA article that was published in 2015 with a sample size of almost 100,000 children that found NO correlation between autism and MMR. http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2275444

        I am so sick of people making decisions as if they knew better than the doctors and researchers who have tirelessly proven that vaccines are not harmful to children.

    • dr mantis toboggan says:

      Sara, it’s *taking effect* or *affecting*. You really aren’t helping your case

      • Sara says:

        I apologize for that horrid mistake.

      • aer says:

        Sigh. Sara, don’t waste your breath. Any educated response you give (which people could easily research the wealth of data debunking many of the vaccine *facts* themselves, but are too lazy to do) will always be met with immature insults, and having the grammar police come after you.

      • doofus says:

        “Any educated response you give”

        she has yet to give even one. speak to the facts, Sara. give us the research and links to studies that support the anti-vaxxer stance.

        there isn’t even ONE in any of the comments here. all I’ve read are people saying “there are studies that show”…well, show us one. from a LEGITIMATE, REPUTABLE SOURCE, that has been PEER-REVIEWED. one that has a large sample size, preferably. not someone you know’s personal experience, not a mommy-blog, not a former MTV reality star interview, and not a Playboy Playmate’s talk show.

        ETA: “which people could easily research the wealth of data debunking many of the vaccine *facts* themselves, but are too lazy to do”

        well, let’s just say I’m lazy…can you show me some of that “wealth of data” that “debunks” those FACTS? or can you at least tell me what to put into Google so that it retrieves some of that “wealth of data” you speak of?

    • Bridget says:

      Sara, it’s nice to see that you’re using a well researched, evidence based argument. Way to show us the error of our ways!

      • Sara says:

        Responded twice to this and my post in nowhere is sight. What’s up Celebitchy? Where are my posts?

    • Robin says:

      Nice try, Sara. The anti-vaccination movement IS stupid. And it’s “effect”, not “affect”.

  6. Korra says:

    They already have two? I knew they had at least one (thanks to the league), did not know they had two.

  7. Abby_J says:

    Hey look! Bears fans must be surprised that Jay Cutler has managed to score somewhere!

  8. Bridget says:

    Well, I guess she doesn’t have anything else going on.

  9. Lilo says:

    hehe, bulge


  10. sara says:

    With all the rumors of Cutler still cheating on her, I don’t envy Kristin’s life at all. Didn’t she give a few interviews saying that he won’t have sex with her or get close to her when she’s pregnant. Their relationship sounds exhausting. Having babies does not stop a cheating spouse. Just ask Tori Spelling.

  11. JRenee says:

    Wow, I didn’t realize people announce before completing the 1st trimester.

    • delorb says:

      I thought that was the tradition as well. But some famous people have been raked over the coals for waiting.

  12. Jen says:

    I think it’s nice!

  13. msw says:

    Rihanna is wearing a Rodman jersey. Headdesk

  14. Natasha says:

    I don’t understand why people keep going on about ‘vaccinating your child’ or ‘heard immunity’ but never stop to consider that getting vaccinated as a child does not mean you are still vaccintated or have immunity as an adult. If herd immunity is meant to work then adults should also look at themselves and make sure that they are up to date with their vaccines.

    I am not against vaccines, what I am against is being forced to get vaccines like Hep B or flu shots for my newborn baby when a) Hep B is not needed if you are not in a high risk area and b) Babies have died from the flu shot (in Australia- can’t speak for the US)

    • Sarah says:

      Who is ever forced to get a flu shot?
      Noone is forced to get any vaccinations, that is why there is this debate.

    • Greenieweenie says:

      Where I live, babies have died from the flu.

    • Anastasia says:

      Hep B and flu vaccine are not forced on anyone at any time. That was a nice juicy fallacy.

      In fact, *vaccines* are not forced on anyone at anytime.

    • AG-UK says:

      My friends son died from flu complications (he didn’t get the vaccine) but only people at risk are advised to get flu shots, my son is Type 1 diabetic and gets the nose spray vaccine for flu. Healthy adults can choose to get them here in the UK my company offers them but I don’t bother.

    • Alex says:

      No one is ever forced to get vaccines so nice try. It’s why there’s a problem today. And I never got a flu shot until my brother got them as a child because of his asthma which made him high risk. Then my parents decided to just have us both get them at the same time. Now I just get the shot if I happen to be at my doctor during flu season.

  15. Jag says:

    Did y’all see that Vonn left Tiger because he cheated again? I didn’t know that he admitted to having 120 affairs when he was with Elin. Vonn should have known he wouldn’t change!

  16. Greenieweenie says:

    Ppl who don’t vaccinate are doing so with a false understanding of risk. “Where’s my child going to be exposed to XYZ?” Well, you just massively limited your child’s travel. But more to the point, there’s this thing called globalization. Diseases enter the US the way Ebola did. Bet you never thought your child would be exposed to Ebola….until he or she was. Surprise! Apparently there’s risk after all.