Hey, Landon Donovan has spawned!
Cam Newton recently became a father, and revealed that his son’s name is Chosen. Why that name? In part, because Newton didn’t want his kid to have to live with the pressure of being named Cam Newton Jr.
Last week, we were treated to the story of Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert channeling MacGyver in order to help his wife, Teyana Taylor, give birth to their daughter in the bathroom. Thanks to the Daily Mail, we now have audio of a 911 operator walking Shumpert through the process.
Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert’s wife, Teyana Taylor, just posted a rather incredible birth announcement on her Instagram page:
Would you listen to 10 minutes of Vin Scully talking about happy babies? Of course you would. Unfortunately, we only have half a minute here, but listen to it anyway. It’s quite relaxing.
Iman Shumpert and singer Teyana Taylor are having a baby. The Cleveland Cavalier posted the sonogram on his Instagram, and announced plans to name the girl Iman Shumpert Jr. Relax. It’s not a big deal.
The biggest controversy in sports this summer, maybe even this year, occurred last week at the prestigious Pan-O-Prog baby Crawl-A-Thon in Lakeville, Minn.
We had another baby-in-hand catch Tuesday night. I don’t see this trend of fathering ending well! This particular catch was also ruled fan interference. Here’s video of all the shenanigans:
The NHL offseason just started, but a dumb/fun conspiracy has already bloomed: Does Jonathan Bernier’s baby’s onesie hint at him leaving the Maple Leafs?
We like sports babies around here, because sports babies are cuter than regular babies. That’s a fact. So it is with great pleasure that we welcome Steph Curry’s daughter, Riley, into the ranks of the world’s great sports babies.
If there’s one thing you can always count on a baseball player in a high-stress situation to be, it’s a sensitive weenie. Allow me to direct your attention to this moment, from yesterday’s game between the Giants and Padres.
Much has been made of American Sniper, the Oscar-nominated, Clint Eastwood smash about a Navy SEAL with boy-band good looks and the cunning mind of a serial killer. But thus far obscured in the meditative pieces from media thought leaders about "the thrilling anticipation of gunplay" and how it is "doing amazing…
LeBron James's daughter was born in October, and that means LeBron has to be on early morning baby duty when he's at home, just like every other poor schmuck in America who has a baby.
Fans were really out of control this weekend. Brawls all over the place, and this mean-ass was being a jerk to this lady. Our tipster says he's a Royals fan, and he's unhappy with the Tigers fan back there. The Royals lost two of three to the Tigers at home this weekend, though, so you can suck it, Royals baby.
More than a hundred infants were on hand at Tokyo’s Irugi Shrine yesterday, taking part in an ancient ritual designed to ensure babies’ health. The secret? Use sumo wrestlers to get them bawling their eyes out.
The nightmare revealer of madness unknown,
Of fetuses cooked for the Satanists' feast,
Old witches look on as a baby reveals,
A stretch of her leg to the lust of the Beast.
It's OK, little Blue Jays baby. We understand if you're tuckered out. You had an exhausting day that presumably included eating, keeping your head upright, and screaming. Besides, the Blue Jays aren't going to pull off a 13-run comeback. It's the eighth inning. Go to sleep.
Via Zoo With Roy, someone spotted a Tinder user on Tuesday night using the photo of Phillies backup catcher Wil Nieves—and his daughter.
Someone got a brilliant idea: Let's give babies lemon wedges for the first time— just like every single parent does in the privacy of their home—and record their reaction in slow motion so the entire world can laugh and go aaaaawwwwwww at the same time.