Kelly Rowland and her adorable son Titan Witherspoon grace the cover of Parents Magazine February issue.
Inside the February issue of the R&B singers talks about her new experience as new mom, staying fit and the death of her mom three weeks after giving birth to her son.
Over coming the death of her mother is tough but she states she had to remain strong for her son Titan. Kelly states, “It was a tough, emotional point for me. “I remember not wanting to be sad for Titan. I wanted to keep myself together because I believe that all that stress and grief can be passed on to your baby. Knowing Titan needed me, and having that to focus on, helped me through.”
Kelly knows motherhood has its ups and down but she offers some great advice to new moms who may struggle. She advises new moms to be patient. Rowland states “It takes about a year to get the weight off. Don’t beat yourself up if it takes even longer.”
Most new moms struggle with the weight they gained during their pregnancy, Kelly’s advice to patient is great advice to new moms or moms to be who may put themselves down about it.
If new needs help or advice she calls on some of her other friends who have children.
Last night’s opener to the free agency season in the NBA was like many more before it — some initial movement, a couple of re-signings here and there and, for the most part, a formal starting of the rumor mill.
The biggest moves last night were by one player who wasn’t even on the free-agent market this summer (Anthony Davis) and another who wasn’t expected to go far from his home team (Kawhi Leonard). Both players reportedly agreed to deals with their current teams — the New Orleans Pelicans and San Antonio Spurs, respectively — and earned big paydays to boot.
The Golden State Warriors bring the trophy back to the Bay Area.
It what turned out to be an intense Game 6 the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97, taking home the championship trophy in the NBA Finals.
Long time Veteran Andre Iguodala was awarded the Finals MVP Trophy. Iguodala got his first start in the finals during Game 4. Getting that start Iguodala was able to lift his team during each game and help them walk away with the trophy.
Winning their first NBA title in 40 years has become a big deal for Warriors fans. Back in the Bay they celebrated at Oracle Arena.