Getting in the Christmas spirit will be easy thanks to these five super pregnant women. They star in the new hilarious Kmart holiday commercial for Joe Boxer pajamas--and make sure to pop their bellies in style. The hilarious ad features the five women shaking their bumps and twerking to the infamous Christmas jingle, "Santa Baby." The video premiered two days ago and already has nearly 400,000 views on YouTube! I mean, if witnessing pregnant women busting moves to holiday music doesn't get you to laugh I don't know what will!
I'm jaded, yo! I watch pregnancy video announcements and I'm all like whatever because I've seen so many and yes there are a lot of good ones out there, but there are also a ton of ho-hum ones. However, this pregnancy announcement video created by Kat and Kris Camilli of San Francisco which melds prank hilarity with genuine candid and loving reactions has unjaded my jaded heart. It manages to be funny, sweet and I'm not ashamed to say it brought a tear to my eye. You have to check it out.
Family Feud is just one of those shows that keeps on giving. In a funny Family Feud clip, one woman gave the funniest and most sincere answer when host Steve Harvey asked, "If you could change one part of your husband's body, what would it be?" The show's objective is to give the most popular answer provided by 100 people surveyed. A contestant named Joyce rang the buzzer and bluntly responded, "His penis." Oh, the joyful awkwardness.
Every single time I watch this 35 second video of Michael Chepul's baby boy drinking ice water for the first time my face breaks into a HUGE smile and my heart swells. The video reminds me of a lyric from the song "Jack and Diane" by John Mellencamp. The line goes, "Oh yeah life goes on. Long after the thrill of living is gone." This gorgeous baby is nowhere near losing the thrill of living. It's all a magical marvelous wonderland full of exciting new experiences and the best part of it all is that a child's enthusiasm is contagious that's why us jaded grown ups need to be exposed to it. Am I right or am I so right? The only correct answer is that I am right and that's why I urge you to watch this video.
Visiting the doctor's office can be a traumatizing experience for a little kid. A recent viral video captures the dramatic roller coaster of emotions a little girl faces while visiting her pediatrician for shots. First she sits patiently waiting for her arrival, and then her face turns from utter shock to painful agony. The best part is that her brother is filmed laughing at the corner of the room probably hoping he isn't next. Wow, this video definitely gives me flashbacks of my childhood!
Lachlan Lever was born with hearing issues, he had moderate to severe hearing loss in both ears. Fortunately we live in amazing times where amazing things can be done to help someone like Lachlan and when he was just 7 weeks old, doctors gave him his first hearing aids. Because of the hearing aids, Lachlan was able to hear his father's voice for the first time and it was all recorded on video that would melt even the abominable snowman's heart.
It seems like yesterday that Clueless' catch phrase "As if" was a thing and everyone knew what being down with OPP meant. Sigh. Now we have popular acronyms like LOL (laugh out loud) and SMH (shaking my head), but apparently there are even more slangs that were created to a) confuse older people and b) make the youngins feel really cool. Buzzfeed asked a panel of 30-somethings to guess the meaning of some of the new slangs out there and their response confirms that they are old, we are old ... I am old. Go grab a box of tissues before watching this…
Do you remember the first time you heard a lion roar? I don't, but it must have been something right? I mean it's not like you hear a lion roar all that often. Unless you were raised by a pack of lions or grew up in the savannah grasslands, which I'm going to go ahead and assume isn't true for most of us.
I'm thinking of this because I just got done watching an adorable baby listen to a lion roar for the first time and it is fantastic. You've got to see it below!
Apparently, some people are naturals in front of the camera regardless of age. Case in point: 5-year-old Noah Ritter of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania who is garnering national attention after Newswatch 16's Sofia Ojeda interviewed him for a segment she was doing on the Wayne County Fair. I use the term "interview" lightly because really this kid grabbed the mic and with Ojeda's blessing and encouragement stole the show.
This kid managed to be so funny and it's not because he's trying to be a clown. No way, it's that he is quite verbose and apparently likes to use the word "apparently" quite often. In fact he's being referred to as the "apparently kid." It's apparent to me that you are going to love this kid because he is irresistible.
One of the things I loves me the most about parenting is watching my children try things for the first time. It is some kind of wonderful. Kids trying things for the first time reminds you that not everyone is jaded like you are. I'm kidding! You know what I mean, though. Kids aren't all, been there done that, which is oftentimes the way I feel. No way, kids are like magic waiting to happen when they try something new.
For example, check out this great video that I found of 6-month-old Nolan trying solid food for the first time and tell me it doesn't make you smile from ear to ear.