Your unborn child can become an artist before even entering the world. Unborn Artists created a kit to help you make a completely unique abstract painting of your baby’s movements. The best part is that the money from the kits goes to SOS Children Villages.
What a great shower gift this would make, and much easier to display than a belly cast.
Photographer Suzie Blake wanted to do a photo project that showed the realities of what day to day breastfeeding looks like. She stripped away the make-up, the fancy hair, and the pretty backdrops to get real and raw. Suzie started with a self-portrait of an over tired-mom and reached out on Facebook looking for other moms to participate.
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This project is about portraying breastfeeding in all its beautiful messiness. This is about tired eyes and no makeup. This is about
When superhero day came, at a Missouri school, 4-year-old Josie knew exactly who she wanted to be – herself! Josie had been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in June 2013. Nine months later she was in remission.
It was her mom, Alyssa, who originally suggested the costume choice.
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We were going through her closet the night before and she didn’t really have anything with any kind of superhero stuff on it, so I asked her,
Illustrator and mother of two, Line Severinsen, creates a far too realistic look at pregnancy, from a humourous point of view.
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In August, BBC radio personality, Alex Dyke, took on breastfeeding as a topic for his show, and it didn’t end well. It started because a mother nursed her hungry baby, next to him, on a bus. It ended when he was suspended after his rant, which included comments about how “unnatural” breastfeeding was; about “earth mothers…the ones with moustaches” who breastfeed in public. He even included a warning to women that men don’t like to see breastfeeding and the … Keep Reading!!!
When Oklahoma contractors started work on Emerson High School they never expected to stumble across this. As they removed chalkboards, to make way for new whiteboards, they found doodles and lesson plans from 1917, as if frozen in time.
On one board was a wheel used to teach multiplication, a technique that Emerson High Principal, Sherry Kishore, says she has never seen in her … Keep Reading!!!
UK retailer, John Lewis, sure knows how to do a Christmas commercial right. This year’s commercial is the story of a young girl who spots a man on the moon living alone. She tries, in vain, to make contact with him but is determined to befriend him from a world away.
It’s such a wonderful reminder to reach out to each other this season; or it may just be a ploy to sell more tissues. It’s working … Keep Reading!!!
Hello, my little gingersnaps! How’s it hanging? How’s your weekend going? You ready to get started? I know I am…
“North posted this while playing games on my phone,” said Kardashian in her caption. “Not sure why or how she chose it, but I’m not complaining!”
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German photographer, Simon Scaffrath, is about to become a father this month. To celebrate their new son, Theodor, Simon and his wife wanted to do something special and the creative juices started flowing.
Every photo took one week to create; taking the photos on Sunday and photoshopping the final touches on until Wednesday, then planning the next Sunday’s shoot. Each photo has a special meaning and message for their son. Simon adds that Theo would often kick the plaster, making … Keep Reading!!!
Jamie Lewis and Denine Davies have been trying to get their 3-year-old son’s haircut for three months, with no success. Mason has autism. Nothing they tried could help Mason feel comfortable enough to finish the cut.
James Williams has been welcoming Mason into his South Wales barbershop for months. Each time he would try a new way to help Mason feel comfortable, so when Mason came in this week James got down to his level and … Keep Reading!!!
Have you ever wondered how car seats have evolved over time? “Our parents didn’t use car seats” pops up in just about every discussion on car seats. Surprisingly, car seats actually date back to the 1930s
The first car seat was made in 1933, from a burlap sack, and hung over the headrest of the seat. It was made by the Bunny Bear Company. This one is currently up for grabs on ebay. These were not … Keep Reading!!!
Last month, Starbucks announced that they would be adding video screens to 2,400 drive-thrus around the US, so baristas and customers could see each other while ordering. Many people thought it was a gag, others thought it was just silly. This video, from St. Augustine, Florida, shows why the Deaf community sees it as such an important move. These screens allow them to use drive-thrus now. More important than the convenience itself, this is a show of acceptance and acknowledgment … Keep Reading!!!