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Kendall Jenner: My Sisters Keep Popping Out Babies!

Forget what you’ve read.

Forget what you’ve heard.

Forget what you think you know.

Kendall Jenner is NOT pregnant with Blake Griffin’s baby/

This rumor has sprung up multiple times over the past several weeks, with various sources saying Kendall has turned down a number of modeling gigs of late due to a growing belly.

But this isn’t true.

Let’s stop pretending otherwise.

However, just because Jenner does not have a tiny humab growing in her fetus, this doesn’t mean her life these days isn’t basically surrounded by tiny human beings.

“It’s forever growing…” Kendall said of her family in a cover story for the latest issue of Elle, adding in this revealing interview:

“Every time I think it’s eased up, someone’s popping out a baby.”

She’s not really kidding, either.

To bring readers up to speed:

Kim Kardashian welcomed a baby girl (via surrogate) named Chicago in mid-January of this year.

Kylie Jenner welcomed a baby girl named Stormi on February 1.

Khloe Kardashian welcomed a baby girl named True on April 11.

Even for a group of loved ones who always seems to be making news of some kind, this has been quite a whirlwind of a few months.

Kendall, meanwhile, has simply been walking runways and modeling clothing and NOT changing any diapers.

What has it been like to see her younger sibling take on the responsibility of motherhood?

“It’s obviously a bit weird that your little sister is having a baby before you,” Kendall told the publication. “I didn’t expect it to happen like this. But it’s beautiful.”

Kendall is just 22 years old, of course. So she has plenty of time to make a family if she wants to someday.

For now, though, she seems content with the family she already has, especially now that she and Kylie feel more connected than ever before.

“It’s brought us closer together,” she tells Elle of Kylie giving birth to Stormi, continuing as follows:

“We’ve always been very close, but we would butt heads all the time. This has made her a bit more loving toward me.”

Honestly, she’s probably just buttering up Aunt Kendall so she won’t object to babysitting down the line!

We kid, of course. It’s very nice to see that Kendall and Kylie have been brought closer by the presence of Stormi.

Kendall doesn’t really discuss her personal life in this issue of Elle, which will be available on newsstands on May 22, but that’s not unusual.

This is the one member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan who seems to shun the spotlight a little bit.

Yes, she uses it to her advantage from time to time and she appears on Keeping Up with the Kardashians each season.

But the next time you see Kendall kiss her boyfriend on Instagram or get pregnant out of wedlock, it will be the first.

Gotta admire her for that, don’t you?


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Twin Sisters Known for OCD Battle Found Dead From Apparent Suicide Pact

Twins Sara Eldritch and Amanda Eldritch didn't just make headlines for their battle with an extreme manifestation of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

The two, who battled OCD from childhood well into adulthood, underwent a groundbreaking procedure that, at least for a time, eased their symptoms and allowed them to lead normal lives.

Tragically, the women have both been found dead. Police suspect that they may have had a suicide pact.

Eldritch twins the doctors

The Canon City Daily Record reports that the Eldritch twins were found dead with gunshot wounds.

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office says that Sara and Amanda were found in a car which was parked at a rest area  Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, which is in Canon City.

Sgt. Megan Richards reported that police believe that the sisters may have had a suicide pact.

That is, at the moment, speculation.

What they say with reasonable confidence is that there is no known threat to the community at large.

Eldritch twins childhood

In the video below, you can see both Sara and Amanda speak about their shared battle with OCD.

Their disorder manifested at a very young age, where even a simple process like putting on their shoes could take a great deal of time because they found, for example, wrinkles in their socks to be unbearable.

Many of us dislike things like that, but for someone with OCD, there is an irresistible compulsion to address what most of us would view as a regrettable source of irritation.

The twins described their OCD as like someone holding a gun to their head and forcing them to go through a task or ritual.

By their twenties, their OCD symptoms had worsened, and they would find themselves taking 10-hour showers, scrubbing their skin raw.

Eldritch twins separation anxiety

You can also see how their lives improved after they underwent a groundbreaking procedure.

Electrodes were placed within their brains, connected to batteries stored within their chests. Which, yes, sounds like a child's idea of what surgery might be, but we're not making it up.

The procedure, normally used for Parkinson's, allowed them to manage their anxieties.

They came to feel as if their younger, OCD-ridden selves were almost different people. In some ways, they were.

The twins were able to go on and get jobs and function in everyday life. For a time, at least.

It's heartbreaking to think that they died just a few years later.

Eldritch twins separated

Though a number of treatments for OCD exist and work to varying degrees, there is no "magic pill" for these compulsions.

In fact, OCD is not really well understood.

There is evidence for a genetic component to OCD. Both anecdotally and statistically, the odds of having OCD are higher if a relative has it.

In other cases, OCD can arise from traumatic situations such as abuse.

There are even controversial theories that there is an autoimmune element at play in OCD.

Eldritch mom

Their mother must be feeling so devastated.

Some wonder if the procedure that had given the twins so much freedom back in 2015 had tragically stopped working.

If so, that would compound the sadness. Especially if they chose to die rather than return to how their lives once were.

But, at the moment, so much of this is just speculation.

Hopefully, investigators will uncover a concrete, verifiable explanation for how this tragedy came to pass.

In the mean time, let's look at the twins when they were happily explaining how their lives had improved.

Twin sisters known for ocd battle found dead from apparent suici