Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
Bringing a baby into the family is, well...a pretty big deal. So it's no wonder why these older siblings are going crazy over the big news.
We can only imagine what was going through this dolphin's mind when it stopped to watch a human practicing gymnastics behind a pane of glass. If you think dolphins are amazing, imagine what they think of you!
Naomi Feil, a Jewish woman, uses music to connect with those suffering from Alzheimer's. While trying to connect with Gladys Wilson, a woman who suffered a stroke and was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2000, Naomi uses Christian hymns as a key to unlocking her memory.
There's nothing like being a kid and watching the world unfold in front of you. Every day, there's something new, something more to learn. Today, Charlie is learning a lesson about family, specifically twins...and what it's like to see meet your dad's.
Michael Riggio, 17, and Ivan Iskenderian, 20, were fishing near their home in Sydney, Australia, when a desperate whale approached their boat. After seeing the Southern Right Whale struggling to remove trash from its face, the young men freed the animal from the trash and were quickly thanked.
What's the best way to know if your baby and your cat are going to get along? This is the reaction you're looking for.
After spending the last couple months building up his strength, little Obi is now ready to take on swimming for the very first time. Watch him ease his way into deeper waters with his mom never too far from his side.
After serving for two deployments overseas, Eli Williamson's hometown of Chicago seemed more and more like a foreign country. Now, as the founder of No Veteran Left Behind, Eli is helping veterans just like him find a stable place in the world.
Is there anything better than experiencing the love of another? For patients living in hospice care, JJ is the perfect companion. Watch him show his love to a blind patient.