Friday, December 4, 2015

Saturday, November 21, 2015

You Won't Need Me For Long

A song for my sweet little baby, and a reminder to myself to slow down and enjoy the sweetness of motherhood ❤️

Friday, October 23, 2015

Dog Hoards Tater Tots

Mom noticed that her tater tots were missing and when she looked around her dog, Chase was nowhere to be found. So she came to the conclusion that Chase stole her treats. But when she confronted Chase about the stolen tater tots, you won’t believe how he responds.

Watch what Chase has hidden inside his mouth.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

FTM transgender transition timeline: slideshow and comparisons (nearly 3...

lideshow and comparisons of my transition
I'm now 2 years 10 months on T and 2 years 2 months post top surgery.
I have exams over the time I would normally make this, so I've done it around a month early :)
If you have any questions, ask on my Tumblr:

Pampers - Pooface commercial

This brilliant Pampers ad captures babies making doody in HD and glorious slow-motion. They are facial expressions anyone who has cared for a baby will instantly recognize. That faraway look and involuntary frowning (among other things) indicate that a serious diaper change is due.

Pampers's (Procter & Gamble-owned babycare brand) new spot features the facial contortions of 10 babies while they are pooping: the 75-second spot, created by agency Saatchi & Saatchi London, is set to Strauss’ Thus Spake Zarathustra. The rousing track was used in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey and seems appropriate for this poop odyssey.

Fast Company: "We've seen this, um, device, used before in ads, but never executed with such panache. It is a good thing that technology does not yet allow viewers to smell commercials."

The film, entitled "Pooface" is for Pampers' range of baby wipes and also launches a new overarching strategy summed up in the final strapline: "Don’t fear the mess!"

Although the ad, directed by Olly Blackburn via Great Guns, does not officially break until July 7, it has already been greeted with acclaim, winning a bronze film Lion in the Toiletries, Cosmetics & Beauty category, a Silver Film Craft Lion for casting and a Bronze Film Craft Lion at this year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Love Has No Labels | Diversity & Inclusion | Ad Council

While the vast majority of Americans consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally make snap judgments about people based on what we see—whether it’s race, age, gender, religion, sexuality, or disability. The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges us to open our eyes to our bias and prejudice and work to stop it in ourselves, our friends, our families, and our colleagues.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Crazy Man Uses Lighter to Kill Spider at Petrol Station... Then What Hap...

Man starts gas station blaze trying to kill spider with lighter.

A man tried to kill a spider at a gas station using a lighter causing a dangerous fire.

Using a lighter to kill the bug, he started a blaze that quickly engulfed the gas pump.

He somehow escaped serious injury and the gas station's damage was contained to one pump, which was destroyed. The incident was recorded at a Center Line gas station.

Employee Susan Adams kept calm and hit the gas automatic stop button and quickly called the Center Line fire department.

The man grabbed a nearby extinguisher and put out the flames before firefighters arrived. Later he admitted what he did, saying he spotted a spider on his gas tank and because he's deathly afraid of the critters.

He pulled out his lighter and decided to burn it. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out what happened next.

Employees at the gas station have been having fun with the video ever since.

This charred fuel pump says it all. We are told his car was barely damaged from the flames. But his embarrassing mistake didn't stop the man from coming back the next day as a customer.

"He was sorry," Susan said. "He was sorry, he said he didn't know. It is just one of those things that happen - stupidity."

Adams said this serves as a reminder about being careful around gas pumps. Whether it is using a cell phone or static electricity, the smallest spark can cause a gas station fire.

The accident is expected to be covered by the station's insurance.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Fort Worth Dog Train

Man Builds 'Dog Train' To Take Rescued Pups Out On Little Adventures

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Denver the Guilty Dog gives the McCheesy

That moment when Denver realizes it's time to clean her ears! GUILTY McCHEESY!

6 Year-Old Girl Wants Her Divorced Parents To Be Friends

A six year-old girl gives Mom excellent advice on her relationship with her father. This should be shown to every divorcing couple.

"My heart is something. And everyone else's heart is something too."


Friday, September 18, 2015

Groom shares emotional dance with mother battling ALS

"This was probably the most touching moment I have ever witnessed. When my husband danced with his mother there was not a dry eye in the house. She was suffering from ALS so she had to use a wheelchair. So happy Luke got to have this moment before she passed away."

Friday, September 4, 2015

Sneaky Snack-Loving Puppies #AFVHOMEVIDEOS

These sneaky snack-loving pups will do whatever it takes to get a treat!


This Beauty Blogger's Powerful Confession Reminds Us: You Never Know the Whole Story

Friday, August 28, 2015

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

How Would You Feel If Your Son Chose This??

This little video it's a reminder of how much we all need to feel embraced and accepted. I've been posting short videos of my son, Azai, and I for the past 3 years, since he was one. My one and a half year old, Zuri, is now making cameos. I see so much negativity being shared through social media that this is my way of bringing a little balance, at least to my friends. To know we've touched people beyond our immediate community is both humbling and awesome! My boys fill my wife and I with so much joy that it would be selfish of us not to share them.

On that note, while she's rarely seen in our videos, it's important for me to acknowledge my wife Nadia. She's our superhero! Together we made a commitment to raise our boys outside of traditional rules, and instead, from our natural intuition. When we reach a challenging circumstance, we're careful not to project the issue on our kids, but instead look within ourselves to see how we can expand our capacity to respond and communicate. And when we hit a wall, instead of using force, we simply default to the power of love. At the point where most kids would be punished, we choose to hug it out. Love is the best medicine!

Many are asking me, "how did you feel the moment Azai chose that doll?" The honest answer is, it didn't surprise me at all. Azai is equally fascinated by princesses and robots. One moment he's all boy, the next he's expressing a softer, more angelic side. For me this behavior rings more authentic than playing one note all the time. That said, I did have a little reaction to Azai choosing that particular doll. When I saw the collection it was part of, and didn't see much in the way of variety of skin colors or body types, I had to resist my urge to say, "Why don't we chose a more realistic doll." I don't want my boys to adapt to the programming that a women should be built like a Barbie. I said, "Let's look at all the dolls in the store first, then you can decide." He was clear, "I want this mermaid." I backed off knowing this would be the catalyst for us to have a powerful conversation about the beauty of body-types and racial equality.

My job as daddy is to provide a safe playing field for my boys to play whatever game they choose, or better yet, create their own game! I trust that by the time they realize the world isn't as accepting as mommy and daddy they'll have such a solid foundation that nothing will shake their stance to fully, and unabashedly be themselves. One more tidbit of truth- "As much as I support my boys to express themselves, I admit to deleting Disney's Frozen theme song from our playlist. I just couldn't hear it again! (-:

On behalf of Nadia, Azai, Zuri and myself, we would like to thank everyone for sharing the video and for posting such kind comments. And as they say, where's there's light, there's shadow. Among the beauty was this sad little comment:

"If that were my son I'd beat the sh!t out of him!"

-To which I responded with this private message:

I'm responding to the comment you posted on my video of my son choosing a doll as a toy. Unlike most people, I'm not offended when someone disagrees with me. In fact, I see those moments as an opportunity to expand my understanding of the human race. I believe we continue to create war from our inability to communicate when opinions collide. That said, I'd love to begin a dialogue with you, either in writing, by phone or in person. I'm inspired to connect and see if we can find a level of conversation that lifts us beyond our opposing view points. Perhaps we share what we learn with the people via social media? Are you game? Either way, I won't be deleting your comment on FB as some people suggested. You have a right to express your voice. Looking forward to hearing from you!

-That person responded with this awesome reply:

I'm sorry about the comment i made on your video but matter in fact I support anyone who have a different sexual preference than mine. The comment I made was just to see how people reacted. I, myself, do not have have kids. As you can see on my page I am a supporter of human rights. Hope you have a wonderful day and a wonderful life with the fan. xoxoxox Hugs and kisses!

-It pays to communicate!

Mikki Willis

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Monday, August 3, 2015

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Kids Explain Gay Marriage

Ever wonder what kids are thinking about gay marriage? Well, you might be surprised. From “lesbianism” to the financial pitfalls of marriage, these kids think they know it all.

The Supreme Court’s recent decision in favor of same sex marriage has been

controversial. One of the most common arguments you hear from those who oppose it is, “How do I explain this to my kids?” Some people wonder if children are sophisticated enough to wrap their heads around something like this, so we went out on the street to ask kids what they think and know about same sex marriage.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Doug Seegers - Going Down to the River - Swedish national TV4 "Nyhetsmor...

Can't get enough of this song: Doug Seegers performs his song "Going Down to the River" on Swedish national TV4 morning news show "Nyhetsmorgon", accompanied by guitarist Jerry Miller.

Monday, June 15, 2015

The Power of MAKEUP!

I feel like lately makeup shaming has become a thing. It's as if putting makeup on to have fun is a shame. Therefore, I thought it would be cool to show you the power of makeup. A transformation. Because makeup... is FUN! Hope you enjoy & thanks for watching!

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Cute Bulldog Hates Life Vest

When this cute bulldog has a life vest put on him, he's not too happy about it...

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Time-Lapse 6 Hours of Retouching in 90 Seconds

Want to see how the world’s biggest fashion and beauty magazines retouch their photos? Here’s a set of time-lapse videos that show many hours of retouching compressed into a matter of minutes. - See more at:

Monday, May 4, 2015

Lip Sync Battle with Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy asks guests Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart to battle in an intense lip sync-off to songs like Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" and John Legend's "All of Me."

Friday, May 1, 2015

Cats Spooked by Toasters Compilation

What is this thing? It's shiny, and apparently made of warm... it must be something for me! (POP!) Aw hell no, i'm out!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Wife Refuses to Give Up on Husband in Coma - Then He Awakens

Published on 6 Apr 2015

Wife Refuses to Give Up on Husband in Coma - Then He Awakens
Danielle Josey Davis had been married only seven months when a devastating motorcycle accident left her husband on life support and in a coma.

Doctors recommended letting Matt Davis die because there was a 90 percent chance he would never wake up, but Danielle told ABC News she decided it just wasn't time yet. Then, one day, he woke up.

"I'm sure glad I married her," Matt Davis told ABC News today, though he doesn't remember Danielle from before the 2010 crash that caused his traumatic brain injury.

Danielle was 24 when the accident happened, and had only started dating Matt, then 23, two months before their wedding.

Matt's father had died two years before the accident, and his mother was too ill to take care of him, Danielle said. But Danielle made the decision to keep him on life support and eventually fought to get him into rehab and to take him home, moving back into her mother's house.

"If we've got to bring him home, let's make sure he has the best view in the world," she remembered telling her mother. "If he's going to be a body in a bed, let's give him something to look at."

Soon, Matt started following them with his eyes, and then he started communicating, Danielle said.

Three months after the accident, Danielle was holding Matt up in his bed trying to emulate what his therapist had done in rehab by asking him to reach out and grab a toy motorcycle. He'd never done it before, but this day, he did it, Danielle recalled. It was a start.

The moment Danielle really felt that her husband's personality was still intact was when they asked him what he wanted to eat, and he responded in a barely audible whisper. "I kid you not, he says, 'buffalo chicken wrap from Cheddar's,'" she said, explaining that it had been his favorite food. "We all whipped around because we all knew what he said."

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Energetic Polar Bear MILK

The two-year-old bear is kept well-supplied with an assortment of brightly colored playthings, from plastic tubes and balls to bucket lids and fishing buoys, which she balances on her nose, sends bouncing off walls, buries in snow banks, and flips into the air.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Baby's first LOL

Our 3 month old laughing for the first time!

Dad Hears Baby Laugh For The First Time, But Then He Won’t Stop Laughing

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Stella: From Distress to Diva

Meet Stella, a sweet dog rescued by the Human Society of the United States. Stella has a lot of abnormalities. Her heart is abnormal, her lungs are also abnormal, and a lot of missing teeth. But despite that, Stella has a very sweet and playful demeanor. She showers everyone with love and affection. Almost everyone who meets this cheerfully sweet little dog falls in love with her. Watch the video and you’ll know

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Alfred Leblanc - Judge My Soul

A Talented Person,Taking Away Too Soon.... R.I.P.

 His Brother Mike Leblanc

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Cap-Pelé sur Film 1951-1965

Extraits des collections de films 8mm de Jack Size et Alyre Brun. Ces films ont été déposées au Centre d'études acadiennes.

Ce film a été monté en 2004 comme levée de fonds pour le Parc des Pionniers du Cap-Pelé. Il est en vente en qualité DVD au bureau du Village de Cap-Pelé.

Montage: Nobert Vienneau
Narration: Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc

PARTIE 1 de 2

PARTIE 2 de 2

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Doug Seegers Nashville

Doug Seegers is a homeless street musician born in New York who lives in Nashville.
The two musicians Jill Jonson and Magnus Carlson from Sweden met him on the street after a tip from a hot dog salesman. They were very taken by his lyrics and flair for singing.

Doug Seegers ft. Jill Johnson & Magnus Carlson - Going Down to the River

Amazing song by Douglas "Doug" Seegers. A truly talented homeless streetmusician from Nashville. This man deserves to get a roof over his head so help him become famous by spreading the word!