Serena Williams Beautiful Message To Her Baby Daughter About Playing Sports

Tennis superstar and new mom Serena Williams has just made a beautiful ad for Gatorade. The spot features Serena reading a message to her daughter about sports. About the power of playing. About the incredible lessons you learn in sports. Little bit of trivia here. The little baby in the ad is actually not Serena’s baby daughter, Olympia. Apparently, the plan was for the two-month-old little girl to star with her mom in the spot, but Baby O, was feeling

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Preemie Babies Are Super Heroes For Halloween

Preemie babies are tiny, but they are mighty. They are fighters! Why should they miss out on the fun for their first Halloween? USA Today reports NICU nurse Christina Gillen and her mom got busy making costumes for their tiniest patients at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. If you like stories like these, you might enjoy my book, “Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing Her Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My

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Kindergartener Empties Her Piggy Bank To Pay For Classmates’ Milk

Kindergartener Sunshine Oelfke shows wisdom and generosity know no age. Her grandmother saw her emptying out her piggy bank and counting her money. Jackie Oelfke told CBS News she asked her granddaughter what she was doing. She said, “I’m going to take it for milk money. I’m taking it for my friend Layla,” she explained. “She doesn’t get milk — her mom doesn’t have milk money and I do.” Sunshine came up with $30 for the first round. Then, grandma shared

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Guardian Angel Plumber Sends Kids Of Incarcerated Parents To College

You’re probably thinking a plumber doesn’t make a ton of money. Karl Winsness will tell you you’re right. He makes about $30,000 a year. That’s barely enough to get by, you figure. Let alone make a difference in the world. That’s where you’re wrong. With his modest income, Karl sends kids to college. Lots of them. He does it awarding what he calls, “Willy The Plumber” scholarships to kids in Utah. Kids who probably would find it hard to go

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Iowa Football Fans Wave At Children’s Hospital Starting Awesome New Tradition

University of Iowa football fans have launched one of the newest and most awesome traditions in college football. At Saturday’s season opener against Wyoming, the fans stood at the end of the first quarter, turned around and waved. Everyone waved. One fantastic group of kids were on the receiving end of that big hello. Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital is right across the street from Kinnick Stadium. Young patients and their families were on the top floor taking in the

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Something Heartbreaking Is Happening Behind My Daughter’s Bedroom Door

Something unbelievable is happening in my daughter’s bedroom. Behind a closed door. I know what she’s doing in there. Something big. Something heartbreaking. Something totally expected. Daughter is packing for college. I want to run in there 1,425 times an hour. “Have you thought about…?” “Have you considered…?” I stop myself mid-knock outside her door. I’m determined not to be that parent. Have you seen them? There is a special Facebook page for parents of students going to the same

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Middle School Girls Get Back-To-School Surprise Thanks To Some Awesome Teachers

Middle school is a tough time when confidence can sink. Dreams deflate. Kids can forget the awesome sauce they were in elementary school. It can be especially tough for girls. The teachers at Simmons Middle School in Hoover, Alabama have a great and inspiring surprise waiting for their 6-8th grade girls. They’ll find it in the girls bathroom. AL.com reports the girls will find inspiring messages sprinkled throughout the freshened up bathroom. Sparkly sayings like, “You are beautiful.” Five teachers

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What Happened After Britain’s Got Talent Judge Told This Kid To Get Singing Lessons?

“Britain’s Got Talent” is the overseas first cousin to this country’s “America’s Got Talent.” And just like the US-based show, the program is built on dreams. Dreams of having your talent recognized. Dreams of getting a shot at sharing your talent with the world. It means taking a a huge risk. That’s what 12-year-old Kyle Tomlinson found out when he tried out in 2014. Judge David Walliams told the kid in no uncertain terms he should go get some singing

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Tear-Inspiring Reason Fourth Grade Teacher Ditched Books And Traditional Lessons

This one here is about so much more than 1,000 origami cranes. It’s a master class in storytelling. In teaching. In compassion. How one teacher, Kristen Rafferty, led her fourth graders at Carondelet Catholic School to care and hold space for their friend, Owen Guertin, as he faced a massive health crisis. All I can say is get ready for your eyes to leak. A lot. Here’s the master storyteller, Boyd Huppert from KARE in Minneapolis. What a beautiful story

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Boy Covers Thousands Veterans’ Graves In Flags And Respect

11-year-old Preston Sharp is on a mission to cover the graves of veterans in flags, flowers and respect. His passion surfaced a couple years ago while visiting his grandfather’s grave. He became upset seeing not all the other markers had flags. His mother told him if something bothers him then he needs to do something about it. Little did she realize the movement she was unleashing in her son. CBS News’ Steve Hartman has the story. Preston has a GoFundMe

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