Model Mom and Her Son With Down Syndrome Share Love of the Camera

Jul 13, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

The phrase “Like mother, like son,” couldn’t ring more true for Amanda Booth, 26, a first time mom from Los Angeles who has been modeling for the past 10 years.

She signed her 11-month-old son Micah Quinones up with her agent after realizing he also loves being in front of the camera.

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When Her Son Needed Hearing Aids, This Mom Got Beautifully Creative

Jul 7, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

It can be hard enough to be a kid these days without having something “different” about you that might cause teasing or exclusion from their peers.

That’s why when Sarah Ivermee’s son Freddie — who was diagnosed with profound deafness at 3-months-old — received cochlear implants in 2014, she decided to get creative.

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30 Adorable Kids and Pets Who Look EXACTLY Like Their Toys

Jul 6, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

Everyone knows that pets and kids aren’t toys, but living breathing things that require great love and great care.

Well, those kids and pets feel the same exact way about their favorite toys. They go everywhere that they go, and sometimes it becomes difficult to tell just where one ends and the other begins — especially when they look exactly alike.

Straight from the cabbage patch.

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Via: Reddit

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10 Amazingly Creative Toys Any Kid Will Love

Jul 2, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

No parent wants to hear, “I’m bored,” but sometimes you run out of ideas.

As these toys show, however, there’s no reason that having fun can’t include being creative and learning at the same time. A win-win all around.

Imaginative Play with Magnetic Shapes

The brightly-colored magnetic blocks with MindWare Imaginets can be arranged on the boards to replicate any of the 50 full-color design challenges, including animals, faces, vehicles, sports, structures and more.

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Via: Amazon

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This Waitress Made a Beautiful Gesture Towards Customers Who Had Just Lost Their Baby

Jun 30, 2015 By Megan Berman 0

Debbie and Shaun Riddle eat at West Side Cafe in Fort Worth, Texas pretty regularly.

They hadn’t stopped by in over a month, however, so they were a little surprised when their server, Kayla Lane, remembered them when they stopped in for a bite to eat recently.

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They made small talk, and Kayla asked about their infant daughter Glory, who she recalled seeing during their last visit…

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Image via: Facebook

But she didn’t realize that, sadly, Glory had passed away in her sleep from an unknown cause only a few short weeks ago.

And when the grieving parents told her what had happened, she felt terrible, she told CBS:

I’m like, ‘Oh gosh, I made them remember!’ even though it’s going through their minds all day, every day.

Determined to do something for the family to make up for her faux-pas, Kayla did the only thing she could think of: she picked up their check.