Football fans around the world would love the chance to score a goal on the pitch of their favorite team. Josh Turnball has already realized that dream, and he’s only 2 years old!
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While “Jimmy Kimmel Live” isn’t necessarily known for its sweet approach to babies or children (Kimmel routinely exhorts parents to prank their kids and capture it on camera for yuks), on Thursday night he managed to blend a spoof of “The Bachelor/The Bachelorette” with a clutch of toddler actors that was, well, downright adorable. Or sick. Whichever you prefer.
I’m not a parent (yet), but if I ever do have kids I definitely want to chart their lives as they grow from helpless babies into confident teenagers and eventually fully-formed adults.
Whether I’ll manage to create something as stunning as this video remains to be seen.
Evian’s babies are back in business with their quirky whipper snapper dance moves! It’s seems everyone is liking the idea of keepin’ alive that vivacious lifestyle that is the child in you. Kudos to the Age of Aquarius! It did a job well done with the gift of enlightenment.
Kids are growing up fast these days. In my day seatbelts in the back of cars weren’t even compulsory, now the kids not only wear them at all times, they reject any help in getting in or out of them.
Still, when the kid acting all high and mighty is this cute it’s easy to forgive such arrogance in one so young.
“Reality-TV star discusses her pregnancy and her starring role in a new Tyler Perry movie.” – YT
With a story that is so horrible that it would not be believed in fiction, Christian Fernandez is a prime example of where humans have utterly and completely failed taking care of fellow humans.
You may, like myself, have been thinking the whole Gangnam Style phenomenon was dead and buried, having been left behind in dear old 2012 as we prepare to receive whatever the next big meme may be.
But no, Gangnam Style is alive and well, and still pleasing kids (both real and those who should know better) with its catchy beat and indecipherable lyrics.
Child takes first steps, dog defecates on carpet, baby falls in poo. This video is what YouTube was made for.
As adults we laugh. Sometimes just a little, under our breath, more of a smile than anything. Other times louder, more unrestrained. But we never, ever laugh like this.
Oh, to be a baby once again.