When Josh and Maggie Wakefield recently got married, they decided to shake up the way people normally choose their flower girls.
Kids ask a lot of questions, many of which parents just don't have the answers to. But since people don't like to admit they don't know things, and kids are pretty gullible, many parents will feed their kids little white lies.
Meet 39-year-old Gail Twist and her 11-year-old son Ben from Merseyside, England.
Body shaming is everywhere, and the Internet gives trolls a voice to use as they hide behind their screens. And while it happens to men at times, women often take the brunt of the criticism for how they look — oftentimes mothers.
That brings us to a Canadian photographer’s photoshoot with two new parents that perfectly demonstrates just how much women are held to conflicting standards.
Mel and her husband Gabby decided to participate in the intimate shoot after seeing a model call from photographer Trina Cary.
Even though you see more adults ducking under bushes and lurking outside buildings looking for Pokémon, let’s remember that it was mostly created for kids and not meant to be taken as seriously as studying for the bar exam.
That’s why Imgur user june1920 decided to let his 2-year-old weigh in on what the iconic Pokémon should actually be named.
Spoiler alert: There are quite a few bats and bunnies.
Weedle aka "A turtle"
Most social media users are aware that the things you post can come back to haunt you. They don't disappear, and they're difficult to take back, as anyone who's posted sensitive information or an inflammatory opinion knows.
The year is 2016 and women are still being shamed for breastfeeding their babies in public.
But Brock Smith, a dad from Florida, decided to fight back by throwing a sheet on his head and filming himself dining in a restaurant covered up, like some people expect new mothers to.
On her daughter Harper’s birthday, Victoria Beckham shared this photo on Instagram of the two of them kissing.
Everyone remembers where they were when it happened. Not “it” like your first sexual experience, although you should probably have some recollection of that as well, but “it” as in getting “The Talk.”
Whether it was your parents handing you a Where Did I Come From? book or a classroom full of giggling students watching an education video, the memory is probably something that traumatized many people on some level.
In case you need proof, some recovering souls took to Whisper to let you know that you’re not alone…