In December 2011, three-year-old Iris Grace Halmshaw was diagnosed with autism. But she has been blessed with an extraordinary talent to express herself through painting.
If cartoons were real, they would be rather disturbing…and these “people” are proof. While some of these dopplegangers are computer generated, others are as real as the hair on your head. Did we miss any real humans who look EXACTLY like cartoon counterparts? If you think we did, please tell us about them in the comments. Thanks for reading and SHARING!
That baby’s laugh, and the fact this dog is so incredibly patient and gentle, make this video simply a joy to watch. Try to watch without smiling… go on, I dare ya!
Military cadets are some of the fittest people around, but when one little girl decided to take a push-up challenge in her local mall, she ended up surprising everyone!
Little Cleo may only be a toddler, but she’s already well ahead of most people in understanding how to treat others.
Since the hit Disney movie Frozen came out, it seems like everyone on the planet has covered the movie’s theme song “Let It Go”. While some have been WAY cuter than others, this is undoubtedly the best video I’ve seen yet! And the Internet at large seems to agree.
This video is 22 years old, but it could have been from yesterday. In it, we see Severn Cullis-Suzuki at age 12 giving an extremely powerful speech to the United Nations about our environment and poverty.
It’s very difficult to imagine a 2-year-old scavenging for food at the local dump and begging for money for drugs and alcohol, but this is life in Cavite City, Philippines. This was life for Kesz, who ran away from home at the unimaginable age of 4 to live in a garbage dump with other dying orphans.
This artist mother came up with a brilliant way to co-create with her daughter. She describes the process on her Youtube page, and even includes TIME LAPSE video of the process…We’ve included one for you to watch at the bottom of this post, so be sure to scroll all the way down. “Now that my little girl is two years old, her interests in all things art has skyrocketed, especially when she sees me painting. As she gets older I look forward to collaborating with her on many projects, but until then I’ve decided to see what I can create with some of her many sketches…I try to work quickly and let imagination and play take root into the painting rather than taking it seriously, this way I encourage Eve’s contribution without making it to ‘grownup.’ As Pablo Picasso said, it can take a lifetime to paint like a child. I feel so blessed that my daughter can remind me again what it is to paint like a child by letting me see things through her eyes.” Please SHARE this creative collaboration with all of your friends!!
A short while back, an adorable young redhead named Noah Ritter, who apparently never had been on live television before, took the Internet by storm during a live newscast with at a local fair. The moment America set its eyes on sweet Noah, we couldn’t stop using the word “apparently.”