Well, here is a tear-jerker for you.
In true Ken Jeong fashion, he’ll find a way to make you laugh, even when you’re in the midst hearing of some serious information. That is probably why he was such a well liked doctor prior to leaving his career in internal medicine to become an actor. His first big role? Leslie Chow in The Hangover.… Keep Reading!!!
This video created by The Mercadantes artistically compiles the ways the “invisible life-force” varies, while simultaneously remaining a contestant part of our time here on earth.… Keep Reading!!!
A father from Colorado put a smile on all of our faces this morning.
After Greg Wickhert and his wife divorced, Greg became 3-year-old Izzy’s primary caregiver.
Being a caring and intuitive man, Greg soon realized that he was subpar in the whole hairstyling part of this parenting thing. This is why he asked for a little help from the cosmetology department at the college he works for as an admissions representative.
Greg posts everything he’s learned from his “beauty … Keep Reading!!!
Text and image by Kylie Olean
This is the photo my daughter (13yo) took when I nursed my 4.5yo son for the last time.
One of the hardest parts of all this leukemia/chemo/hospitalization stuff has been its effect on my relationship with EJ. Obviously, it’s affected Alex as well, but there’s a big difference in how she can understand what’s been going on and how EJ has. Don’t get me wrong – in general, he’s been a trooper; however, it’s … Keep Reading!!!
I am just going to let this video speak for itself.
Beautiful, sweet boy.
The story of The Drop Box starts out in 1987 when Lee Jong-rakis’ son is born in South Korea. Lee soon learns that his child was born with a life-threatening cyst on his cheek and cerebral palsy. To pay for the medical bills, Lee sold the family’s house and belongings.
The family spent the next 14 years essentially living in the hospital and waiting for their brother and son to be released. This led to Lee getting to know the … Keep Reading!!!
Like many of our readers, I’m a HUGE fan of Betty White. I was captivated by her spunk on the Mary Tyler Moore show, but it was really the Golden Girls that made me fall head-over-heels in love. No only else could do Rose Nylund justice…and that’s a fact.… Keep Reading!!!
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One of the most exciting finds of the year for me has been Cuddleroo. They are a company that makes these amazing whimsical covers for your baby carrier to turn your little one into a unicorn, a dragon, a lion cub or one of several other imaginative designs! I’ve fallen in love with their products simply because of how much fun they … Keep Reading!!!
Yeah, yeah… it’s an ad…we know.
However, the reason it is so moving is that there is a lot of truth to it. I know that this may bring up feelings of guilt, but I think as parents…in order to be GOOD parents, we need to let go of guilt.… Keep Reading!!!
Jack Mook is the quintessential “tough guy” detective. For fun, he volunteers at the Steel City Boxing Gym, teaching the sport to underprivileged kids. When 11-year-old Jesse and 15-year-old Josh stopped coming to the gym, Jack’s detective antennae went up, and decided to go search for the boys. When he found them, he discovered that their foster parents were abusing and neglecting the children. Jack called in a few favors so that Jesse and Josh would be placed in his … Keep Reading!!!
By Kate Parker
“Blended” has followed the journey of Sam, my nephew, from the day he was born and adopted into the unbelievably excited arms of my sister and brother in law as well as the rest of our extended family. We are so in love with this amazing little man who has brought such joy into our lives. There are so many wonderful and interesting things I am documenting, the power of love, the agonizing wait (and then elation) … Keep Reading!!!
Husband, father, “real man”- Society has finally started changing its idea of what these roles should look like in a family. No longer are men only expected to be financial supporters to their families and once and awhile “babysitters” to their children. Real men…real fathers are no longer as rare a sighting as a Chupacabra. It’s now an expected that men be just as much a present and compassionate part of a family as anyone else. What great news for … Keep Reading!!!