Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
In 2011, the Mullen Family brought two little bundles of joy into their family, Levi (from Ethiopia) and Lia (from China). Now they're looking forward to bringing another, Luca. Watch these adorable siblings explain how they feel about going from 'fatherless to father full.'
The general rule is: Don't get between a mother bear and her cub. But every now and then, there can be an exception. Such is the case with this tiny cub, who went dumpster diving and got in a little over his head. When his mother couldn't get him out, Fish and Wildlife officers were quick to respond.
For any musician who's just starting out, it's those very first fans that make all the difference. They offer support, encouragement and are always willing to listen. From the beginning, Hudson was Phil's biggest cheerleader.
From the moment they are born, babies grab a hold of their parents. For this father, any moment he gets to spend with his baby girl is a worth more than gold.
Outdoing last year's record of 40 miles, Hunter Gandee set off on (and completed!) a 57-mile walk, all while carrying his 7-year-old brother on his back. And it's all to bring the world's attention to and raise money for children afflicted with cerebral palsy.
Danielle Jacobs has Aspergers and sometimes that leads to meltdowns just like this. In order to show the world the difficulties of living with autism spectrum disorder, Danielle videotaped her dog Samson responding to her self harm.
Forget her young age, Gina Incandela is an incredible singer. As a good luck charm for the Orlando Magic, Gina makes special appearances whenever her team is in a playoff game at her local stadium. Listen to her sing and see why she's so loved.
Independence Day is all about celebrating America and remembering what it takes to make this country great. But we'd be wrong to forget the fireworks!
Think you have what it takes to make a shot like this? Making a shot from 40 feet away just isn't enough for this guy. No, he took it a step (maybe several steps) further.