Matt is an elementary school boy in Colonial Hills, OH. He has spastic cerebral palsy, a disease that causes physical disability and impairs movement. But when Matt’s school had a field day, he was determined to not let his disability stop him from doing what everyone else was doing.
While most soldier homecoming videos we have featured in the past involve our brave men returning home to their wives, parents and children, here’s a video to prove that dogs are just as much a part of the family as anyone else.
Kids love the zoo, and when moments like this occur, it makes a visit all the more special. In this cute video, a young girl suddenly becomes the center of attention for all the otters at the Philadelphia Zoo. And so she plays with them.
Calling her act ‘Laughter with Teddie,’ this little girl asks all the right questions. “Why do people sleep in pajamas?,” she asks. In a video just shy of two minutes, this aspiring stand-up comic ponders over things only her audience, presumably her age, would find amusing. Like, “what’s the deal with glossy paper?”
Kids love and look up to Captain America from ‘The Avengers,’ so it was a shock for this one boy to see his favorite superhero show up on his doorstep. Though the bigger shock came when he realized that this real-life strong man was actually his army dad returning from Afghanistan.
When the ‘Harry Potter‘ franchise was all the rage, some students brought the fictional game of Quidditch to life, even giving the sport a league of its own. With the impending release of the next big teen franchise, ‘The Hunger Games,’ a high school in Connecticut has created a real life version of the game — minus the ‘battle-to-your-death’ part. And would you believe it’s being hosted by the school’s library?
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