Whenever we cover Jimmy Kimmel on this site, he’s usually making kids cry. This time, he’s crying. More
I don’t know about you guys, but this is just sort of a teary reminder for me that all too often we just don’t know what someone is really like other than how we see them on a day to day basis. Well, the video explains it better than I ever could. More
Thanks a lot Internet and the Animal Rescue League of Berks County for making me almost spill my coffee when I saw these images of REALLY AMAZINGLY ADORABLE KIDS READING TO REALLY AMAZINGLY ADORABLE CATS. More
As cheesy as it sounds, giving is truly the reason for the season. I really love donating to a good cause throughout the year, but now that I have kids, holiday charities tug at my heartstrings even more. I can’t … More
The fact that begging for drug money is OK and selling a holiday item is not is pretty disgusting to me. Nice lesson to teach the kids there, Portland. More
I have decided I love this coach. I think he needs to go on tour to all high schools and teach them his ways. What an awesome example he is setting. And just like our reader, this story got me all teary-eyed this morning. I’d be honored if one of my kids was coached by a man like this. More
I don’t know how this phone call went, but I like to imagine Shirley Phelps Roper losing her shit and hysterically screaming at the 911 operator how they would burn in hell if they didn’t send police to shut down this cute little girl’s lemonade stand. I’m sure the police of Topeka absolutely love the WBC. More
Oklahoma is heartbreaking and beyond tragic. The helpers I have found are not only those I have seen on the news in yellow hats and safety vests, but those who have no name and no identity, and the only collective agreement that as humans on this planet we need to do anything we can to help. When horrible things like this happen we want and need superheroes, and we want to be able to help those who have lost so much for no other reason than the misfortunes of geography. The heroes are out there, not only in the uniforms of the police, firefighters and doctors, but by the masks of Guy Fawkes. Thank you Anonymous. More
This is a new-ish trend, brought about by the success of Kickstarter and other fundraisers on sites like Go Fund Me or Indiegogo. Those sites have had their share of criticism when popular, but perhaps frivolous, campaigns raise well over $1 million when other, less flashy campaigns struggle to reach their limits and serve a more serious purpose (like, say, a campaign to raise funds for teachers to buy school supplies).
That said, nothing comes close to parents using these platforms to raise funds to help them have or adopt a baby. The concept has some moral implications that raise the question, “What about this feels so…wrong?” It’s one of those occasions that the definition of “overshare” is relatively broad, because charity can apply to so many things. More
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An Open Letter To The Parents Of The Girl Who Gave My Kid Lice
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I have an 8-year-old daughter who has older brothers. My daughter likes gaming. Her older brothers encourage her and play with her, and my first issue with this whole thing is that if you have a young daughter who is being bullied in her own house and told by her big brothers that she is incapable of doing something because of her gender, as your mom it is YOUR job to shut that shit down, not take it to Kickstarter to raise money to send your daughter to gamer camp when you clearly don’t need the money. More
They waited some more. They watched images of Rihanna projected on a giant screen and listened to her DJ spin songs. They waited some more. And then they all turned into blood thirsty savages and cannibalized each other because they were sick of waiting, the end. More
Were you guys all aware that Tim Mcgraw is an amazingly generous person? No? Me neither. But the country legend is suddenly one of my very favorite people on the planet. In fact, when I grow up, I want to be like him. I want to be rich like him, so that I can give away homes to military families as well. More
Children who were present inside the school when gunman Adam LanzaÂ went on his mass shooting spree have recorded a cover of “Over The Rainbow” with proceeds to benefitÂ Newtown Youth Academy, a local nonprofit, and to the United Way of Western Connecticut. The 20 kids, ages six through nine, were invited to Talking Head’s Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz‘s Connecticut home, where they recorded the track which will be sold on iTunes. More
The crime was unthinkable for some many parents. The idea that you could entrust your children to be cared for by someone who would take their lives in such a brutal, horrific way. I’m not sure how any parents can move on after losing a child, much less children. I’m pretty positive it is the most difficult thing on earth.Â Marina and Kevin Krim have taken to the Internet to talk about the healing that has taken place since their awful tragedy and how their surviving daughter Nessie is helping them heal. More