It's always a beautiful thing to see parents enjoying their children's company. In this case, both mom and dad are having a blast with their son. Daddy is challenging this little man to an old-fashioned dance-off … and it is ADORABLE!
This adorable little guy may not be technically dancing, but he definitely understands the technique. He knows when to start moving and when to stop. It's not the first time these two went toe-to-toe. This little guy picked up his daddy's moves and may soon be a member of a dance team. Many people would agree that the dad put up a fight in the beginning, but the little guy takes it at the end.
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The California Supreme Court has instituted a policy that prohibits state judges from participating in the Boy Scouts of America because it doesn't allow openly gay adults to become troop leaders.
California Bans Judges From Participating in Boy Scouts Over Its Policy Prohibiting Gay Troop Leaders
Earlier this year the court voted unanimously to change the California Code of Judicial Ethics, removing an exemption allowing membership in youth organizations, such as the Boy Scouts, that it claims practice discrimination. more >>
Garth Callaghan has been writing love notes on napkins to place in his child's lunchboxes for years. He has been packaging his daughters lunch since kindergarten. After he was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, it occurred to him that this small gesture that meant so much may soon come to an end.
As soon as the story got out, it went viral. He vowed to write 826 notes so that there is one for every day of school Emma has left, until the day she graduates. After three more diagnoses, Callaghan still remains strong and has taken his note-writing to the next level. He shares his information about his disease on the patientslikeme.com website, where he hopes to help someone with a similar fate.
This website offers anyone with health concerns the chance to share their health experiences and support one another to "take back their health." more >>
The adorable little Yorkie does something that will make you smile. He makes sure his little brother is tucked in nice and cozy for his nap.
Watch as this dog gives his brother the cutest tuck-in of all time. Something that will turn any sad day into a happy one, guaranteed! This is something we expect from a parent, or a brother or sister. Watching this little dog do it will melt your heart into pieces. Be sure to share this with all your friends and family, especially the animal lovers!
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This Down Syndrome teen, Desiree Andrews, is a cheerleader for a basketball team at a junior high. While cheering to her own beat at a game, people in the stands started saying cruel things to her. But, that didn't last long. Her team stepped off the court and did something amazing!
People in the stands, from the other team were saying cruel things because she was Down Syndrome. That does not make her different from everyone else. God loves us all and created us equally, as one of the boys' stated in the interview. The players on the team didn't allow is to last long. They did something truly noble to defend her. Stepping away from the game to show respect and defend her from these bullies.
These boys are true gentlemen, and their act of courage will touch your heart. Not only that, they decided to name the gym after Desiree. Wow! more >>
The Luis Palau Association, Jesus Culture and youth leaders in New York City have teamed up for three days of gatherings "designed to mobilize and encourage students to become passionate, faithful followers of Jesus."
Around 5,000 young people were expected to attend the three-day event, according to Kevin Palau, president of the Portland, Oregon-based Luis Palau Association.
The Friday evening gathering will see Jesus Culture, Misfit youth pastor Chris Durso of Queens megachurch Christ Tabernacle, evangelist Andrew Palau, and God Belongs in My City founder and youth leader Daniel Sanabria come together to inspire those 25 and younger to impact their city. more >>