There is nothing like a child’s laughter to bring happiness to the world.
Sometimes even the most random and inane things can make children roll on the floor with laughter. In this hysterical little boy’s case, he just couldn’t keep it together during music class when his teacher started strumming on a guitar.
At one point, his fit of laughter becomes so strong that he can’t sit upright, falling to the floor with joy. It’s a moment so adorable you just have to see it for yourself!
Life goals: Be more like this little boy.
I just love how he keeps looking at his friend like, “Are you seeing this? This is hilarious right?!”
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Harmonie-Rose Allen lost her arms and legs just 10 days after learning to walk. Now, she’s smiling again, thanks to finding a friend just like her.
The two-year-old was recently gifted a very special American Girl doll named Rebecca. What makes Rebecca so special is that the doll looks just like the toddler. They’re both missing their arms and legs.
When Harmonie was just 11-months-old, she was ravaged by meningitis. The infection caused her body to shut down and she couldn’t breathe. After developing a terrible rash, and with only a 10 percent chance of survival, doctors performed a quadruple amputation on the toddler. Despite her disabilities, Harmonie is learning to play music and draw.
Today, she’s all smiles, thanks to becoming a new proud doll mom.
Brave Harmonie can teach us all a lesson. She is so full of joy and despite her disabilities, she has the will and determination to overcome them, wanting to live a happy and full life.
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Many of us consider the holidays to be the most joyous time of year, but for parents who have lost children, Christmas can be an incredibly hard time.
For these parents, the moments we celebrate can be a minefield of grief. Their child will never trim the tree. They’ll never wake up on Christmas morning with eyes full of wonder and excitement. Even something as small as never being able to take a picture with Santa is heartbreaking for their families.
Caleb Ryan Sigmon was working as Santa in a North Carolina mall when he noticed that one man in line was not accompanied by a child. Instead, he’d come to ask Sigmon for a special favor. Read the story in his own words below.
“A man walked in today holding something in his arms. ‘I have a request,’ he said, turning around this picture frame. He took a moment. ‘My son passed away last year.’ He choked up and couldn’t finish his sentence. The entire photo set was silent. I said, ‘Absolutely.'”
“Without anyone saying anything, he handed me the frame and I placed it on my knee. In the photo, I could see on the little boy’s armband that his first name was Hayden. I didn’t ask any questions, but I am guessing that this is his first photo with Santa. The camera snap was the only sound I could hear through the entire mall. Normally, I hear all kinds of music and sounds, but it was absolutely silent.”
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