11-year-old Paige LaRosa is a fun spirited girl who loves to play sports and is always in a happy mood. After having some issues and feeling sick, she noticed something didn't feel right. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and her parents were in disbelief. When the community finds out, they do something extremely heartwarming.
"We were caught off guard, overwhelmed. One minute you're [at the doctor] for abdominal pain, next thing you know, it's cancer," Paige's father told NBC.
It was an unfortunate event, that effected everyone in the community. She is a joyful soul that has made a positive impact on everyone that no one forgot. When they found out about the cancer, they do not let her face treatment alone. more >>
An elementary school in Maine has garnered outrage from parents for reading to first graders a children's book featuring a transgendered character.
Horace Mitchell Primary School of Kittery Point became the subject of controversy after a guidance counselor read the book "I Am Jazz," in which the main character has "a girl's brain in a boy's body," to the children.
Last week, a concerned parent whose 7-year-old child is enrolled at Mitchell Primary helped the story make national headlines when she emailed conservative pundit Sean Hannity of Fox News, who posted the email online. more >>
When it comes to planning a wedding , there are a lot of things that go into it. You have to decide on a wedding dress, tuxedo, location, guests, and much more. Most of the time, the marriage takes place in a church, or away on a vacation. What happens in this video will touch your heart, especially seeing how happy they are!
Regardless of all the planning and locations, the thing that matters most is the people who are there and the moments the bride and groom share together. Kristi and Justin Nelson of Fort Worth, Texas didn't want to wait for a traditional wedding. In their time of sorrow, they decided to celebrate something special. Their premature baby was in the hospital undergoing tests, and they wanted him to be a part of the wedding. So what did they do? They got married in the hospital right next to his bed.
Watching this wedding take place will leave you with a lot of emotions. The genuine smiles and laughter show that it doesn't matter where you get married, it just matters who is there with you. more >>
In this new ad from Pandora Jewelry, they feature a social experiment showing a unique bond between mother and child. Six children come to be a part of the experiment with their mothers. They are then blindfolded and asked to find the mom that belongs to them.
It seems like a very tall task for these children blindfolded and led toward the women, but had to determine, by touch, which woman was their own mom. It's not an easy task for anyone at a young age. But the results they received were beautiful.
With Mother's Day approaching, this ad really touches a warm spot in our hearts. The jewelry that is on display was created to serve as a reminder of those moments in life that are often indescribable. more >>
Kyle Schwartz, a caring teacher at an elementary school in Denver, has found a brilliant way to not only get her students to open up, but also get closer to them as young people. What happens next will warm your heart!
Schwartz wanted to create a safe space for the children to be open about their home lives, potential concerns or positive notes. Most of the feedback is very personal, as well as positive comments about the teacher. Many share how much Kyle means to them and that she is more than just a teacher to them.
The response to Schwartz's "I wish my teacher knew..." notes was overwhelming. It even blew up on Twitter, with many people sharing the hashtag. more >>
Pakistani police officials are denying that Nouman Masih, the 15-year-old Lahore Christian boy who died last week after being burned for his faith, ever provided testimony indicating that he was attacked by two Muslim men, even though legal advocates can attest to the fact that he did provide police with such a statement.
According to the Pakistani news website Dawn.com, police in Lahore are saying that they never recorded a statement from Masih on how he suffered substantial burn wounds that covered 55 percent of his entire body, which ultimately led to his death five days later.
Acting Deputy Inspector General Rana Ayaz Saleem, head of the Lahore Police Investigation Department, told Dawn that no statement from Masih was ever recorded, and added that no religious motive in the attack was yet determined, even though Masih reiterated multiple times before his death that he was attacked for his faith. more >>