The most inspiring story you will read today: Mothers share heartwarming ‘before and after’ pictures of their premature babies as tiny newborns – and as thriving healthy children today
Now THAT’s puppy love: Video of pug playing with a baby who can’t stop laughing even when she almost tumbles off the bed will be the cutest thing you see all day
Little 18-month-old Jett is caught on video as he runs down a hallway before he is frightened by his grandpa’s roar, and tries to run out of the room as fast as he came in. His Aunt Harli White, who captured the funny moment on video, said that the toddler, who lives in Oklahoma, loves a good fright and that he and his grandpa often try to scare each other.
Victoria Doyle, 36, Photoshopped a small shadow holding hands with her oldest son Jenson, five, to represent the baby she miscarried in 2006. The photographer (inset), from Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, said she can never forget the pain of that first loss, despite the joy that her children including Blake, two, and Darcy, eight (far left) have brought her.
Victoria suffered nine miscarriages over the years but was able to have three children
Young gorilla and toddler play peek-a-boo at the Columbus Zoo
The saddest little bookworm: Baby breaks into inconsolable sobs every time mother finishes reading book
Four-year-old JoJo has revealed in a hilarious YouTube video that she takes her flower girl duties so seriously that she wants to make sure her dad does not embarrass her on the big day. ‘You’re going to see what weddings look like,’ JoJo tells her dad in the 96-second clip, which has attracted more than 600,000 views since it was posted on September 14.
Rhode Island-based photographer Laura Kilgus has been passionate about helping the Down syndrome community in any way she can and has put together a special show containing portraits of children suffering from the genetic disorder. There is often a negative connotation associated with Down syndrome, but Claudia Lowe, Executive Director of the Down Syndrome Society of Rhode Island says, ‘Once you meet someone with the condition you realize, how special each one is, with their own personality and sense of humor.’