This is the story of Cole and Sherri, two 10-year-olds living in Montgomery, Texas, who have been “dating for about a year now,” according to Sherri’s mom, Nicole Rodriguez.
Daughter Gets a Hilariously Huge Guilt Trip From Mom For Eating Ice Cream That ‘Belonged’ To Their Cat
Jenny Katz, a 20-year-old from Burbank, California, has a 17-year-old cat named Coco who’s always been “treated like royalty” by her family, especially her mom.
In 1994, a French woman, just 18 years old, named Sophie Serrano gave birth to a daughter.
As a kid in elementary school, I remember saying the Pledge of Allegiance every morning. It was just part of the routine.
This is photographer Laura Izumikawa and her 4-month-old daughter, Joey Marie.
It’s that time of year when kids are making their way back to school, and it’s a blessing and curse for most parents.
On one hand, they no longer have to keep them entertained every single day at home. But on the other hand, there’s stressful back-to-school shopping, getting them back into a routine, and preparing to help them with surprisingly challenging homework.
It helps to have a sense of humor about things, and thankfully these parents do — and they tweet about it.
With school starting back up again, many schools are fine tuning their updated policies on bullying to make sure that every student feels included in daily activities.
In the near decade they’ve flown around the world together, the Bergstrom family has never had problems with TSA until Saturday morning at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix.
Way back, when I was in elementary school, one of the first things I remember learning was how to write my name and the alphabet cards plastered all over the walls. Well, that and snack time.
As I got older, we moved on to learning how to write our names in cursive, a much harder task but one that was required none the less.
That brings us to a 7-year-old girl named Alyssa from Kansas, who received a harsh message in red pen from her teacher for simply signing her name.
Growing up means learning responsibility, and when Catholic High School for Boys in Little Rock, Arkansas recently attempted to do their job teaching kids important life lessons about independence, some parents just freaked the heck out.
So what outrageous thing did they do to cause more than 3,800 people to comment on Facebook?
They posted this sign, one that has since been shared more than 119,000 times on Facebook and counting.