We’ve all heard the song “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen waaaaaay too many times. But one little boy who just can’t seem to get enough of the song is Jackson.
The minute he hears the now-infamous song, he throws his hands in the air and his face has a smile a mile wide for a whole 5-seconds until the doll shuts off. His sister can’t hit the button fast enough as the concerned look on his face grows until the doll plays the song again. And each time, his reaction gets cuter and cuter.
While the video is adorable, I can’t help but feel bad for these poor parents who have probably suffered through hearing this damn doll hundreds of times.
Well, until the batteries mysteriously go missing.
As a woman, I love seeing other female cosplayers. But it warms my heart to see a young cosplayer take on traditionally masculine character and give her own girly twist on it.
Check out this little girl dressed as the Hulk at the Emerald City ComiCon donning a muscly shirt paired with a purple tutu.Read More
Having a daughter under the age of 10 has to be rough. Especially when you’re a father and you have Disney princesses, Lady Gaga songs, and baby dolls taking up most of your Saturday mornings.
YouTuber Bottlerocket uploaded a compilation of Vine videos he filmed each Saturday morning over the past three months.
And the results are hilariously miserable as they get.Read More
You know how they say “some dogs just find you”?
Well that seems to be what’s going on with the Brewers and their new unofficial team mascot, Hank the stray dog.
After wandering into the team’s spring training facility, employees at the park noticed something wrong with little Hank and took him to the vet to be checked out.
After being treated for signs of being hit by a car, employees took the dog in and the players have since joined in on caring for the little guy.
Check out some of the adorable pictures below…Read More
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