When 11-year-old Michael Morones attempted suicide a few weeks ago, it was determined that the cause was because of the incessant bullying he faced for his love for the television show My Little Pony.
He did survive, but doctors are still waiting to determine if he'll have to go through lifelong brain damage.
The story of Michael's tragic tale has touched a lot of people, and now,
Mommy took a backseat to her kids this time around!
Madonna's son Rocco and daughter Lourdes Leon were the highlights of Madonna's latest Instagram post on Monday.
The two posed for a super serious yet super adorable picture that had Madonna literally gushing with love!
It was SO evident how she was feeling just by reading her words!
Here's what she wrote:
No explanation needed!
Jessica Alba is on the cover of the April 2014 issue of Redbook, and she answered a ton of questions for her feature!
The profile enlightened the world on Jessica's life with her husband Cash Warren and their daughters Honor and Haven. But one thing that Jessica seemed taken aback by was when she realized not ALL parents
Ha! This is as hilarious as it is ridiculous.
A super cute lil 10-month-old baby boy has an irrational fear of something on television.
No, it's not vampires or Spongebob or something like that…
It's Brian Williams! Yes, the NBC Nightly News anchor!
Whenever Brian appears on the screen, the baby cries.
When Brian is off screen, the baby is fine!
What is it about Brian's face or voice that terrifies this child?? We bet it has something to do with the baby's dad goading him on!
We love Brian Williams! He's like the least scary person EVER!
Check out the video and watch his informative voice and handsome face terrify a baby AFTER THE JUMP!!!
This is not your everyday eight-year-old.
A young boy named Myles Eckert lost his father when he was only five-weeks-old. His dad Army Sgt. Andy Eckert was a U.S. soldier, and was killed while serving in Iraq.
Sometime last month, the child was at an Ohio Cracker Barrel with his family, and he found $20 outside in the parking lot. Most kids, and most adults for that matter, would've kept the money to buy something for themselves. But Myles actually went back to the restaurant to give the money to a soldier dining there.
He also wrote a heartfelt note to Lt. Col Frank Dailey, which said:
Just when you thought you've seen all that is adorable in the world - another video pops up and amazes you!
Which is exactly what happened when we saw this adorably animated little girl conducting her church's choir!
The young one's name is Lara, and she's directing her father's Kyrgyzstan's Central Baptist Church.
She's so serious, so poised, so perfect! So…dramatic!!!
We think this little girl definitely has a future as a conductor — it's obvious that she has the talent to lead!
And since time should only make her better and better - she might be a top maestro by the time she's 21 years old!
Everything and anything is possible for this cutie-pie!!!!
Check out the amazing video… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Talk about a prodigy!
Rachael Ray and Buddy Valastro were super impressed with this 11-year-old, and decided to reward the little girl with an amazing surprise!
Which was awesome especially since Chloe Stirling needed some good surprises in her life!
The little lady had set up a cupcake business two years ago in Troy, Illinois where she sold her baked goods for her future car! She also gave her sweets to sell at cancer fundraisers.
On the Rachael Ray Show, Chloe said:
“It makes me feel good when I bake, because it’s just fun for me.”
But the local health department dashed her dreams when they said she couldn't