Jendi Sansoni and her husband Ian struggled with fertility for 5 years before they turned to adoption and welcomed their daughter Mylania, who’s now 2, and now plan to adopt her biological baby brother, due this fall. The couple have taken out loans to support their family while living in tight quarters, but their dream is to move into a bigger home with a backyard. (by TODAY with our sponsor State Farm) (Run time: 4:54)
In an exclusive interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer, Eric Fanning, the first openly gay man to lead the U.S. Army, reflects on his history-making appointment. “I embrace it. It’s so important to so many people,” Fanning explains.
The morale confusion. How can a man openly tell school children this is correct? Suggestion this as a accomplishment! Crushing every little girl dream of a husband, weddings, and marriage with the confusion! It's Immoral! Please Respect The Children! It's Immoral not to.
All is the name of isis,and fucking Islam,hope all these basterds burn in hell,am tired of seeing innocents people die like that ,for no particular reason.. my their soles rest in peace,only God knows their familys find peace..
He used to perform at small bars with 200 people, but country singer Luke Bryan’s fan base has been growing steadily. He tells TODAY that he can recall going to venues growing up that he’s selling out today.