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Cute Kid Alert: Introducing The New Babies of Charlize Theron, Chris Bosh and Erica Campbell’s Daughter Zaya
Today’s featured cute kids are healthy and happy infants being raised by a gospel singing mother, a Miami Heat playing father, and a leggy blonde actress from South Africa. What these kids all have in common is that they are adorable!
Talk about cheeks we’d love to pinch! This little beauty is Zaya Monique Campbell, the daughter of Erica Campbell from Mary Mary and her husband Warryn. The three-month-old little one has started rolling with her mom and the rest of her family on the road, so Erica thought it was about time to give you an updated introduction to her precious “Zay Zay.” She’s so cute it’s not even funny!
And in other newborn news, Adrienne Bosh has released more photos of her new bundle of joy with baller Chris Bosh. Little man’s name is Jackson, and he’s already got a thing for fashion like his mom. Check out that trendy scarf! Jackson was born on May 3, and he’s already trying to cheer on his dad in the NBA playoffs (just kidding, I’m sure he just wants to sleep all the time). Get a closer glimpse at the young’n.
I can really see both Adrienne and Chris in their new addition…
And lastly, we thought we would introduce you to Charlize Theron’s new son, Jackson Theron. Little Jackson was born in the U.S., and his adoption was revealed in March. This is one of the first times we’re getting to see the new man in her life, and he’s looking beautiful! The two were seen trying to hightail it out of Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, and Jackson definitely seemed startled by all the flashing lights. Cute, nonetheless.
Much respect to Charlize for going the adoption route. Love it when people open their hearts and homes to children who need it.
What do you think of these newbies? Makes your biological start ticking right? Just kidding! But they’re all very adorable indeed.
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Earlier this year an anti-abortion smear campaign charged that the most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb. Erykah Badu and members of the International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC) are taking health disparities among infants of color and their mothers more seriously with a summit focusing on improving both pre- and postnatal outcomes. The summit will take place from Oct. 14-16 in D’lberville, Mississippi.
The Grammy award winning singer and songwriter recently joined ICTC as its national spokeswoman after training to be a doula. She is also an advocate of natural childbirth and breastfeeding for healthy babies.
The summit is an action and solution-oriented leadership development event designed to reduce health disparities, improve breastfeeding rates, and build capacity in the Southeast region of the United States to support women and infants. ICTC annually convenes African-American and other midwives and doulas of color in order to increase the number of women and babies who have access to pre-and postnatal healthcare.