This 2-Year-Old Boy’s Unlikely Friendship With the Garbage Man Will Hit You HARD in the Feels

May 22, 2015 By Megan Berman 0

When you’re a kid, it’s pretty easy to make friends — you just march right up to them, ask them to play, and boom: best friends forever.

But Deacon Ross has set his sights on a bit of an unusual bestie: O-Dee, his neighborhood’s garbage man, his mother told WFAA —

I think this is Deacon’s first friend [where] he really understands what friendship is.

In fact, Deacon loves O-Dee so much that he’s decided to name his soon-to-be little brother or sister after him!

Unfortunately, Deacon hasn’t quite realized that the impending arrival of his new sibling means the family will be moving off of O-Dee’s route…

Luckily, Deacon’s mom understands how important a first friendship is.

What a sweet little party she threw for the pair!

55 of the Greatest Questions Kids Have Ever Asked

May 20, 2015 By Robyn 0

Childhood is a time of wonder, a time of curiosity about the world around us…and a time when we ask questions without any verbal filter whatsoever.

Kids do, in fact, say the darndest things, as these real questions (found in an amazing thread on reddit) from real kids illustrate.

From funny to profound, silly to terribly sad, what these kids asked will make you laugh, make you reach for the tissues, and in some cases make you realize that — Hey, wait a minute! — you’d like to know the answers, too!

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Hilarious Notes from Honest Kids You’ve Got to See

May 20, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

They say if you want an honest opinion, you should ask a kid.

That’s because they’re rather innocent and unfiltered (for better or worse) and tell it like it is.

They’re not bound by social norms like adults usually are, which makes for some rather entertaining reading.

Make it rain!


Via: Imgur

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Brilliant Parents Recreate Famous Movie Scenes With Their Baby and Basic Household Items

May 19, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

If there’s one thing most parents are good at, it’s finding ways to stay entertained using anything and everything around the house. That was the case for Lilly and Leon Orson, creators of Cardboard Box Office, a blog that began after they accumulated a lot of cardboard boxes (due to moving) and a baby (due to, well, you know how that stuff works).

With their social lives drastically altered, they wanted to find a way to make housebound weekends more fun, so they began building famous movie (and some television) scenes out of what they affectionately call their “favorite domestic junk.”

The costumes, props, and sets in Cardboard Box Office are created entirely out of everyday household items, toys, cardboard, and “three individuals slowly losing their sanity.”

Here are some of the highlights:

Breaking Bad



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It’s Scary When Baby Panda Meets Mom for the First Time…and Then You’ll Be in Love

May 19, 2015 By Scott Neumyer 0

Back in 2013, zookeepers in Taipei, Taiwan’s zoo introduced a baby panda (merely one month old) to her mother for the first time and if you expect the meeting to be pretty cute, you’re highly underestimating it.

The cub is kept in a separate cage because zookeepers are worried that her mother might kill (or even eat) her, so there are a precarious few seconds as Mama wraps her huge jaws around baby’s head, but then it’s smooth sailing as she lifts her up and proceeds to give her the biggest panda snuggles ever.

Panda snuggles, we said!