Wow, that's all we can say when we hear the kids of PS22 in Graniteville, Staten Island, in action. These fifth graders aren't only great singers, but it is clear just how much they love to perform. It is no wonder why the PS22 Chorus is one of the best elementary school choruses in the world. Keep doing what you're doing!
Boredom? Charles-Edward hardly knows the word! A room full of toys is all this nine month old needs to stay busy. This time-lapsed video condenses four hours of playtime into less than three sweet minutes of fun. Enjoy!
A father who has spent the last year in Afghanistan stops by his daughter's elementary school to surprise her during class. It doesn't take long before the young girl realizes that her dad is finally back home. Her emotional reaction will leave you in tears.
Believe it or not, your influence may be bigger than you think. In this adorably clever commercial, one little girl starts a dance that eventually has a huge impact on the world around her. Looks like some of those dance moves you practiced as a child eventually DO catch on.
There is no telling what we are capable of until we try. Tony is both blind and deaf, but his musical abilities are nothing short of amazing. When you hear him perform "Unchained Melody" on the guitar you will see that despite his disabilities, he is quite able. God bless him!
Tasmanian devil joeys eat, sleep, and play around at the Devil Ark conservatory in Australia. Despite their name,these little guys are actually just tiny bundles of joy. They may act tough, but deep down they are just sweet creatures of God.
For 17 years, Robin Jeter and Jordan Dickerson have been living separate lives in the same city. Since the day they were born both girls have embarked on different life journeys, but at one very special track meet their lives crossed paths. Now as they put together the pieces of their past, they feel confident knowing that they are no longer alone.
Nine-year-old Alayna Adams was all set to throw the first pitch on behalf of the USO at Thursday night's Red Sox-Rays game when she got the surprise of a lifetime. Behind the catcher's mask was her father, Lt. Col. Will Adams, making his first trip home in a year. Watch what happens when she realizes that her dad is finally home!