An unexpected twist. Ryan Reynolds loves being a father to his three daughters with wife Blake Lively, but he never thought he would become a “girl dad.”The Deadpool star, 44, opened up about fatherhood during an interview with Mario Lopez‘s kids, Gia and Dominic, for Access on Friday, November 13.- Advertisement – “I love being a girl dad,” Reynolds said. “I have three daughters, which I never in a million years would have imagined. I come from all boys. I have three older brothers. I’m the youngest of four boys so for me to have three daughters has been such a ride and I love every second of it.”Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Dave Allocca/Starpix/ShutterstockThe Canada native added that he admires Lively, 33, and his daughters for their perseverance.“No joke, they are the most capable people I know,” Reynolds said. “If anything got crazy or scary in my life, they are the first people I would lean on because they have wisdom and strength and they’re calm under fire. They have courage under fire.”- Advertisement – Reynolds and Lively have hectic schedules, but the duo always put their children first.“I just try to be as present as possible,” he said. “We don’t split up like I shoot movies and my wife shoots movies and we go travel all over the place and we just all go together. I think that’s been the best part of it is that we really don’t spend a lot of time apart. I get to spend a lot of time with my girls.”- Advertisement – Reynolds and the Gossip Girl alum share James, 5, and Inez, 4. Us Weekly broke the news in October 2019 that the couple had welcomed their third child together. The pair — who tied the knot in 2012 — kept their youngest daughter’s name under wraps at first. However, Taylor Swift confirmed the moniker in her song “Betty,” which also referenced both James and Inez’s names in the lyrics.In January, Lively detailed how her oldest two daughters adjusted to having a third little one in the house.“My oldest, [James], is very into the baby. My middle child, not so much. We’re thinking of keeping her,” Lively said on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. “Our middle daughter just keeps away from her. I said to her, ‘You’re going to teach her everything she knows. You get to teach her about cities and the sky and flowers and Santa Claus. Anything you want.’ And she goes, ‘Oh, I didn’t love you, but now I do.’”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement –
The Batesville Bulldog Track and Field team traveled to East Central to compete in their 6 team invitational on Friday Evening. Things were set up a little different than regular meets, as each team was allowed to enter 3 competitors in each individual event instead of the usual 2, and all 3 could score. Scoring was given to the top 6 in each event. The East Central Trojans showed their depth as they were crowned champions in both the boys and the girls competition. The East Central Girls truly dominated winning by almost 100 points to the other teams, scoring an incredible 201 points. Franklin County came in 2nd with 102, Greensburg just outscored Batesville 88 to 82, taking 3rd and 4th respectively as Oldenburg Academy was 5th with 18. For the boys East Central had 179.5 points with Franklin County also claiming 2nd with 135.5 points. The Bulldogs places 3rd with 92 with Greensburg, Oldenburg and Archbishop Moeller following with 51, 23 and 15 points. Although the teams scores may not have been what we were hoping for, we did have some champions and several personal bests.Coming in first individually for the Dogs were: Garrett Wagner in the 110m hurdles (15.28); Haylee Harmeyer in the 400m dash (1:01.85); Joseph Choi in the 300m hurdles (42.61); Joshua Myers in the 3200m run (10:12.38).Runner ups for the night and bringing home the red ribbon were: JJ Kuisel-400m dash; Stephanie Nobbe-200m dash; Liz Loichinger-1600m run; Jake Cruse-lng jump; Both 4 x 800m relay teams of: Haylee Harmeyer, Britany Venis, Liz Loichinger and Emma Gausman and Joseph Choi, JJ Kuisel, Quinten Gowdy and Adam Moster.3rd place finishers went to: Gabby Gibbs-high jump; Christopher Laymon-pole vault; Girls 4 x 100m relay of Gabby Gibbs, Taylor Rowlett, Morgan Meyer, Stephanie Nobbe; Both 4 x 400m relay teams of Emma Gausman, Taylor Rowlett, Liz Loichinger and Haylee Harmeyer and Joseph Choi, Quinten Gowdy, Adam Moster and George Ritter.4th places were: Stephanie Nobbe-100m dash; Gavin Koester-100m dash; Roxi Hund-300m hurdles; Liz Loichinger-800m run; Dillon Murray-3220m run; Morgan Meyer-high jump and long jump; Ben Kurtz-discus; Dylan Flannery-shot put; Boys 4 x 100m relay of Dawson Lipperd, Isaac Barker, Gavin Koester and Jake Cruse.5th place finishers were: Adam Moster-1600m run; Emma Gausman-800m run; Quinten Gowdy-800m run; Trysta Vierling-3200m run; Gabby Gibbs-shot put; Taylor Rowlett-long jump; Stephanie Nobbe-pole vault.And finishing out the scoring in 6th place were: Roxi Hund-100m hurdles; Jake Cruse-100m dash; Katie Bohman-300m hurdles; Gavin Koester-200m dash.Again, even though the team outcome did not come out the way we were hoping, it wasn’t because of a lack of effort as we continue to see personal records set. For this meet they were: 200m dash-George Ritter, Stephanie Nobbe, Haylee Harmeyer; 400m dash-Shalee Harrington; 100m hurdles-Roxi Hund; 300m hurdles-Roxi Hund and Katie Bohman; 1600m run-James Gosmeyer; 3200m run-Joshua Myers, Dillon Murray, Adam Hollowell, Trysta Vierling; Shot Put-Dylan Flannery, Eykis Fullenkamp, Gabby Gibbs; Discus-Ben Kurtz, Rebecca Deputy, Georgie Doll; Pole Vault-Christopher Laymon, George Ritter; Long Jump-Jake Cruse, Morgan Meyer, Taylor Rowlett; 4 x 400 split-Emma Gausman; 4 x 800 split-JJ Kuisel; 4 x 800m relay teams-Quinten Gowdy, Joseph Choi, JJ Kuisel, Adam Moster, Emma Gausman, Britany Venis, Liz Loichinger, Haylee Harmeyer.Great job everyone! The track team now enters tournament time with this week being County Week! Batesville will host the County meet on Thursday with action starting at 5pm. We will also be honoring our NINETEEN seniors upon the conclusion of the meet. Come out and show your support!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
After seeing him live for the first time, Ranieri launched a failed attempt to sign the winger but this week he finally got his man after meeting Gray’s £3.75million release clause in his contract at Birmingham. “I watched some matches before playing against Birmingham and already I saw he was very good. But when we played against him I thought: ‘he is fantastic’,” said Ranieri, who is likely to give Gray his Leicester debut at Tottenham in the FA Cup on Sunday. “He was a very good player. He was fast, dribbled well and passed the ball well, he was a hard worker. “We tried to buy him at the beginning of the season and it wasn’t possible but now it is possible so we bought him. “I saw my team and thought about how we could improve. I am sure Demarai Gray will improve my team. “I think he is also for now. He can help me to give some rests when some wingers are tired.” Gray has represented England at Under-20 level and Birmingham boss Gary Rowett has already tipped the Blues academy product for full international honours. Ranieri also thinks his new acquisition has the potential, adding: ” We bought him because I think he has a very good future. Gray was already on Ranieri’s radar after the Italian had watched videos of Birmingham in preparation for the pre-season friendly between the two sides. But the 19-year-old really caught the attention of the Leicester manager during the game at St Andrew’s on August 1, capping an impressive display by scoring a superb goal with a shot from outside the area. Claudio Ranieri has admitted that Demarai Gray’s performance against Leicester in the summer made up his mind about trying to sign the talented teenager. “For this reason I didn’t buy him just for this season, because in my opinion he is one of the very good young players in England.” As he did in the League Cup this season, Ranieri will again make wholesale changes to his team in the FA Cup. However, the Italian insists it is a competition he wants to do well in as he sets out on the road to Wembley for the first time since he was Chelsea boss a decade ago. “We will change a lot, because these players deserve a chance to play. But our mentality won’t change. I try to do the best in each competition,” said Ranieri, who will be without leading scorer Jamie Vardy for the third-round tie as the 15-goal striker recovers from minor groin surgery. “I am very motivated. I have never been to Wembley and I would love to be at Wembley.” Press Association