It happened on an ironically tragic day — Father's Day. A 3-year-old girl had been reported missing, and Deputy Bill Dunn went looking for her, finding her in a hot car with the windows rolled up. He immediately rushed her to the hospital as she was slipping in and out of consciousness. View Now
You want your kid to look their best when they go to school, and What's Up Moms is here to help out with that by showing us how to make custom backpack decor. All you need is a backpack, your favorite crafting supplies and a little bit of fabric paint. View Now
Anything that changes color under ordinary conditions feels an awful lot like magic. Kawaii Sweet World is going to show us the secret behind a bowl of color-changing noodles — and no, it's not food coloring! View Now
Michelle Kline never expected this to happen when she bought a SportRax Awesome XL battery-powered toy Jeep for her two kids to play with. Instead, play time turned into a nightmare when the toy started smoking, and Kline sprang into action, pulling them to safety. They were buckled in and wouldn't be able to escape without her help, Kline told WFXT. Immediately after, the Jeep burst into flames. View Now
This little guy's just six months old, and he's already stealing the show! Darragh McElroy played the adorable page boy at his uncle Chris McQuaid's wedding. Turns out dad is a carpenter and decided to make Darragh a sweet car to zoom up and down the aisle. Can we have one too? View Now
We all know the ring bearers and flower girls steal the show because they're often way too cute. These two videos are the perfect example of just how a child unintentionally commands attention — even with the bride and groom at the altar! View Now
It's no rumor children are drawn to bouncy castles — they're like a fool-proof playground! Or, one might think... This video coming to us from Russia would say differently, because as a young girl was bouncing away on one, she suddenly fell into a hidden hole. According to reports, she fell over six feet into the inflatable. Thankfully, the girl's aunt was filming this video at the time so she was quick to run to the child's aid. View Now
This baby just discovered that her voice can echo at the racquetball court, and her mind is blown! When her dad joins in and she hears his voice echo too, her eyes go wide. This is the most amazing thing she's ever heard. Though to be fair, she hasn't really heard much in her life, but it's still amazing to her. View Now
When you're leaving the gas station, please, always remember to take the gas pump nozzle out of your car. This driver didn't do that and the nozzle ended up hitting the gas station attendant in the face. Luckily, she seems like she's okay.
Then, this car wash was going so well, and then Marcus got control of the hose. Once that happened, everyone got sprayed, the car, his brother, his dad and probably some birds too.
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It's that time of year when the kids go back to school. Whether you're sad to see your children go or reveling in suddenly having your life back, you'll find this latest video from funnyman Anthony Davis pretty relatable although a bit exagerrated! From parents having to deal with hard homework to scrambling to find lunch to bring and "donating your kid" for the day, we're absolutely loving this! View Now
Living with other people is difficult — there's no denying it! Emma, Mila's twin sister, is currently learning that. Who knew her twin would be so hard to live with? Kid drama... It's the funniest. View Now
Seeing as the start of the school year is upon us, Cat & Nat thought they'd share a #MOMTRUTHS video with the rest of you mothers out there. Whether you're sending your first baby off to school or you've done this a time or two, Cat & Nat are all about tellin' the truth. View Now
Random acts of kindness can go a long way — especially for a lifeguard in Ocean City, Maryland. When 6-year-old Regan Liddell spotted him from inside her hotel room window, she knew he needed something to make braving the storm a little easier. So, she quickly made him a sandwich and grabbed a juice. Nothing like a hand-delivered snack from someone who cares!
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Whenever our military men and women come home after deployment, there is certainly room for celebration. One of our very favorite moments is when the family and friends have no clue their loved one is finally back home. These two families can hardly believe the surprise! Thank you both for your service from all of us at RightThisMinute. View Now
Upon receiving a cancer diagnosis, it might feel as if life will never be the same again. Multiple myeloma cancer survivor, Joe Ripp wrote "A Little More Time" as a way to encourage and bring hope into the lives of other fighting patients. This video by UW Health shows a handful of strong individuals each facing their own battle with cancer. View Now
A 16-year-old girl has serious injuries after being pushed 60 feet off a bridge. Jordan Holgerson was at Moulton Falls, a popular spot in Washington where people jump and play around in the water. When she hesitated to jump, a young woman pushed her hard from behind, resulting in five cracked ribs, internal injuries, and an injured esophagus and trachea, The Columbian reports. Police are investigating. View Now
This movie is based on the true story of Ron Stallworth, the first black detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department, who was able to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan in the late 1970s. This Spike Lee joint details how Stallworth (John David Washington) was able to do so by simply making a phone call and even shaking the hand of white supremacist David Duke (Topher Grace). Don’t go in expecting the tension of a police procedural. This film is heavy on adeptly capturing the afros, politics and the overt and covert racism of the time. Stallworth’s political agenda is that he wants to be a detective, just like anyone else, and also get his big chance. It comes with a catch — he’s asked to infiltrate black student groups and report on their activities. It's his simple phone work with the KKK and the in-person undercover work by his white stand-in Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver) that the real Stallworth calls his most significant work.
Well isn't this just the sweetest scene you've ever seen? Abby and her lovable cat are enjoying story time together, and we're super impressed by both Abby's animated reading and her cute pet's patience. We can almost see kitty getting a little sleepy over there. Aww! Can we join you guys next time?
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Bubbles are endless amounts of fun when you're a kid. What's Up Moms want to help you crank that fun up all the way to 11 with your kids by showing you how to make gigantic bubbles with straw wands! It's not magic, but it is a great fun activity for your children. View Now
Some people have never been to Disneyland. The Ruvalcabas family, on the other hand, go to Disneyland every week, sometimes more! You might think going that often would make the experience less special, but when they go, the children are always dressed in a new costume and meet new characters. Sounds like fun to us!
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If you're feeling stressed out, angry, or like you're going to lose it any second, then take this little girl's advice and just breathe and relax. She has some great zen wisdom for her age.
You know who could use some of that zen wisdom? This little guy who couldn't get his shorts off. You just see the look on his face that says, "Am I going to be stuck like this forever?! Why isn't mom helping me?!" View Now
How do you make lunch fun for a little boy that loves both toys and food? Laleh Mohmedi makes the coolest meals we've ever seen for son Jacob to eat, and they're all different cartoon characters and personalities. Her latest creation is Chuckie from "Rugrats," and it looks almost too perfect to eat! View Now
If you see a parent with a spring in their step and children rolling their eyes, it's because back-to-school season is in full swing. BuzzFeed Nifty wants to help you make sure your kids show up to class ready to take on the day, so they have this handy guide full of great gift ideas.
It’s a trope often used in Hollywood Films. Man focuses on career and loses touch with his family. Then an angel, dog or name your magical entity comes in to mess up their “ordered” life and remind them of who they are. Though this type of story is predictable, it is capably handled by director Marc Forster and Ewan MacGregor as the titular character. A. A. Milne’s Christopher Robin is all grown up with a wife, a child and a career. He doesn’t think about the Hundred Acre Wood or Winnie the Pooh. He’s too busy trying to cut costs in the corporate world. Kudos to the screenwriter for a script that’s heavy on humor that works for adults and kids and the studio for casting Brad Garrett to do the voice of Eeyore. He, along with all the other live actors and those providing voice talent, make for a delightful time at the theater.
Call it fate — two Palm Beach Gardens police officers are being praised for their quick and heroic actions in stopping a 14-month-old girl from choking on a chicken nugget, and they say they definitely were in the right place at the right time! View Now
Violet watches her mom apply makeup all the time and she wanted to give it a try herself. While we applaud her effort, if we had to critique her technique, we'd say she used a tad too much eyeshadow. Her little sister, Lilly, agrees but Violet has no time for haters. View Now