Australian Lawmaker Makes History and Nurses Baby on Parliament Floor

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Earlier this month, Australian senator Larissa Waters did something that is both completely natural and also record-setting: she nursed her 10-week-old daughter on the floor of Parliament. Alia Joy is the first baby to be breastfed in the building after laws were changed last year to allow children on the floor. Read More

New York’s First Homeless Girl Scout Troop Is Making News

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At first glance, the girls who make up Girl Scout Troop 6000 may seem just like your ordinary group of Scouts. They wear their vests, earn badges, and recite their pledge. They laugh, hug, and support one another.

The troop is also New York City’s first all-homeless group of girls, all living in the Sleep Inn in Queens, NY. Read More

Mom’s Hilarious Moana Parody is Every Overdue Pregnant Woman Ever

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Murphy decided to put her feelings to Moana’s all-too-familiar tune, and it is spot on. Changing the title to, “How Long I’ll Go,”, she belts out, “Thought I wasn’t prepared, now my due date’s behind me, can’t reach my toes, now I know there’s just no telling how long I’ll go!” Read More

After Store Closes, Family Creates Blockbuster in Their Home for Son with Autism

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The Zuniga family has been taking Hector to this particular Blockbuster since he was 13-years-old, and in many ways, he’s grown up with a lot of the employees. He even says one of his only words, “Barney”, when he and his family drive by the store. A few months ago, Hector’s mother Rosa got some tough news: Blockbuster would be closing its doors. Read More