Selling Sunset’s Maya Vander Is ‘Back and Forth’ About 3rd Baby

first_img– Advertisement – The Israel native joked that her daughter was “crying in the background,” making her wonder whether she “really wants” a third one. “It depends what day you’re gonna ask me that question,” Vander joked.The real estate agent and her kids, Aiden and Elle, have been enjoying extra family time amid the coronavirus pandemic.“My husband works from home and obviously with real estate, I work from home excluding showings,” Vander told Us. “But I spend a lot of time with the family. I just put my son in daycare three weeks ago for, like, half a day in the morning. It’s a small class. So far, so good, so hopefully it will stay this way. And my daughter, she’s 6 months old, and we’ve been full-time parents.”- Advertisement – The Netflix star welcomed her baby girl in May. Prior to giving birth, Vander candidly opened up about her past pregnancy losses.“Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing moms out there,” Vander captioned a mother-son photo at the time. “Two years ago, I had back-to-back miscarriages, now I’m few days away from having baby No. 2. To all the women who are trying to get pregnant, don’t give up and stay positive.”- Advertisement – Family of five? Maya Vander is on the fence about having a third child with her husband, Dave.“We’re going back and forth because, look, it’s a lot of work,” the Selling Sunset star, 38, exclusively told Us Weekly on Thursday, November 12, while promoting Ever Eden baby products. “Both me and my husband are very busy, which is a good thing. I do like a big family. That being said, I don’t know. We’ll see. I’m 50/50 with that.”- Advertisement – While raising Aiden and Elle, the two-time mom loves using Ever Eden’s moisturizing lotion “every day after bath time,” Vander told Us on Thursday. “They also sent me the line for moms, so I’ve been using the moisturizer for my body as well.”With reporting by Kayley Stumpelast_img read more

Fast reaction: 3 quick observations from Syracuse’s 5-point upset over Fighting Irish

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 24, 2015 at 10:15 pm Syracuse upset No. 9 Notre Dame, 65-60, in South Bend, Indiana on Tuesday night. Here are three quick thoughts from the game. 1. The trouble with Rak that wasn’t, then wasRakeem Christmas sat the last 6:53 of the first half after picking up his third foul, but Syracuse was outscored just 9-7 for the rest of the frame and went into the break up 27-22.Chinonso Obokoh played a quiet enough six minutes, contributing nothing but a personal foul in his spell.When Christmas picked up his fourth foul with 13:47 left in the game, Jim Boeheim kept his star forward in the game. It left him to duel with Zach Auguste with no margin for error. He drew a foul on Auguste with 11:45 left in the game and stuffed Jerian Grant with 7:57 remaining, leading to a B.J. Johnson putback at the other end and a 46-37 SU lead.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter eight and a half minutes of foul-free play, though, Christmas fouled out, contesting a Bonzie Colson shot in the middle of the lane. It ended his night with 14 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks.Notre Dame targeted Obokoh afterward, but had to take 3s too soon to fully take advantage.2. The bench squadAt halftime, Johnson and Ron Patterson had combined for 13 of Syracuse’s 27 points.This from a duo that was averaging a combined 6.4 points per game before Tuesday night.Johnson helped seal the game with a pair of made free throws that gave SU a five-point lead with 43 seconds remaining.Thirteen seconds later, Johnson was breaking downcourt, two-on-one, gliding past Pat Connaughton for an and-one dunk. He again finished at the free-throw line, restoring the Orange lead to five points.Patterson finished with six points on 3-of-4 shooting, a steal, a rebound, an assist and a turnover. Johnson continued his warming form tying a career-high 19 points from 7-of-13 shooting, 2-of-6 from 3, a perfect 3-for-3 at the line, seven rebounds, a steal and two turnovers.3. Cooney on callTrevor Cooney was turning in a quiet, visibly hobbled performance until Christmas fouled out. Notre Dame started taking full advantage and the Syracuse lead began to slip away.Then Cooney caught fire, hitting a fadeaway 3 with the shot clock winding down with 4:16 left in the game to extend SU’s lead to 51-45. The shot was later reviewed and reduced to a two-point field goalHe scored the Orange’s next points two minutes later to give Syracuse a 54-49 lead with 2:09 to play, then drove to the hoop and gave SU a three-possession lead with 1:44 remaining. Commentslast_img read more

Bank Customers should beware of fraudulent text messages

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — The holiday season is almost here and scammers are on high alert to take your money. Text messages asking for personal information is the latest scam going around.Scammers are now sending text messages to bank customers luring them to withdraw money from their personal accounts. In Alpena, many customers are convinced into sending money to an unknown company that doesn’t existResidents should not respond to suspicious text messages or robo calls. Be protective over your personal information and change the password to your banking app.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious A Tragic Two Vehicle Crash Leaves Elderly Woman DeadNext Alpena County Animal Facility hosts dinner fundraiser ahead of building opening next springlast_img read more