Hot on the heels of the backwards-speaking teenager comes another youngster with an amazingly weird talent. This time, a girl sings ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ in its entirety with her mouth closed. Where do you find these people, internet?
When you’re the young daughters of superstar Jason Aldean, whose career is literally smokin’ hot, it’s hard to not fall in love with the same career choice as Dad. Aldean’s two youngsters, Keeley (9) and Kendyl (4), have found that love, but the level of seriousness for their future is still in question.
Between stops on the 2012 Thaw Out Tour, Rascal Flatts‘ Jay DeMarcus has had some time to spend with his too-cute-for-words 14-month-old daughter, Madeline. The scruffy dad tweeted this photo to fans on Thursday, causing a collective round of “Awww’s” across social media networks.
They say kids learn by example, and now we have further proof — little ones who’ve watched their moms and dads order coffee are now able to do the same thing with a new concoction called a “babyccino.” And baristas are none too happy about it.
It’s certainly no secret that Taylor Swift has a whole generation of young followers. With her upcoming Dr. Seuss film ‘The Lorax‘ set to hit theaters March 2, Swift is poised to have an even bigger influence on the lives of youngsters across the country. In this recently released campaign video for the National Education Association, Swift joins fellow ‘Lorax’ cast members Betty White, Danny DeVito, Ed Helms (from ‘The Office’) and Zac Efron to read a Seuss-like poem promoting the NEA’s Read Across America Day.
For years, the prevailing wisdom behind doling out allowances to kids has been that the practice helps children learn about budgets, which, in turn, leads to better spending habits when they grow up — assumptions that may not be true.
A precocious little girl explains where babies come from in this hysterical video. And, lest we continue being uninformed, she also describes in great (but adorably inaccurate) detail how babies are actually delivered.
Trace Adkins can now add narrator to his never-ending list of career accomplishments. Adkins has teamed up with the Smithsonian National Postal Museum to present the true children’s story of Owney — the dog famous for riding the rails and visiting Post Offices across the country in the 1890s — in a new eBook.
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