"Like I go to all the doctors' appointments and I try to be really present, but when you're not carrying it yourself, it is such a fine balance of how much you're going to be in their lives".
Jerusalem: Protesters, Police Clash Outside US Embassy
Lebanese Communist Party head Hanna Gharib addressed the demonstrators, calling the U.S. " the enemy of Palestine ". NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports from the demonstration that for the most part, the protesters were peaceful.
May need surgery for bone spur
Hopefully, whatever decision he makes (whether to rehab the injury and come back, or to simply retire), he'll be at peace with it. But Rose said he wasn't 100 percent certain that intensive rehabilitation would be enough to resolve a bone spur in his ankle.
Aussies on track for 2-0 Ashes lead
But Hazlewood enticed a bottom edge and wicket-keeper Tim Paine did the rest to the unrestrained glee of the Australian team. Asked if he had high hopes at the start of day five, Root - who departed for 67 - told Channel 9: "Absolutely".
In a conversation with Kourtney on the show, she revealed that although she and Kanye have been flip flopping about how many more babies they wanted to have, she needed to make a decision soon or her she would lose her surrogate while revealing that this was a process that has been more than a year in the making. Before her pregnancy with Saint, Kim underwent a fertility treatment, but it did not take.
The reality star has been sharing a part of her family's card each day since 1 December, which has so far included Kardashian kids North, Saint, Penelope, Mason, Reign, Dream, as well as Kourtney Kardashian. Kim admitted the evening with the 27-year-old actress was the most under the influence she had ever seen her mother before. But she is trying to keep as much information private because she does not want anyone to find out the identity of her surrogate. You said, "I'm not joking, I really want Kanye to style me, ' and so I said, "OK.' I come back in and you're fully butt naked". Like I don't want them to harass her. "It's so frustrating. It's really nerve-wracking because you know it's only a 60 percent chance it'll take". So after she and Kanye had settled on a surrogate - a process which took about a year - she was desperate to find out if the embryo implantation in the woman had been successful.
"It's like the craziest waiting game, it's so frustrating", she tells sister Khloé Kardashian over the phone. "It pisses me off that she won't say his name", Khloe says. But, we've got to wonder: Is there a memoir in her future? She doesn't know how to handle stuff like that. "She's such a nice person and she's so easy to talk to and she's the ideal fit for us, but we have to decide quickly".