Facing your fears is part of being human. We’ve all had to talk ourselves into doing something, whether we actually verbalized the encouragement or just played it silently in our brain.
The fourth grade girl in the video below is a verbalizer. With a camera running, she methodically convinces herself she has what it takes to make her first ski jump.
Hot on the heels of the backwards-speaking teenager comes another youngster with an amazingly weird talent. This time, a girl sings ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ in its entirety with her mouth closed. Where do you find these people, internet?
Most kids are fascinated by dinosaurs. But the little girl in this video takes that interest to a deeper, more sophisticated level and offers up her opinion on what it must have actually felt like to be a dinosaur.
When six-year-old Lily learns she is going to Disneyland today, as part of an early birthday present, she is completely overwhelmed with happiness. Watch Lily react to this greatest of surprises below. (The waterworks start at 2:19.)
A young lady who showed up to the St. Louis Rams’ preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs wept with joy after St. Louis QB Sam Bradford autographed the “Marry Me Bradford” sign she had brought to the stadium.
While most eight-year-old girls might be content to simply busy themselves with toys, Jasmine Parr seems to be embarking on a career as a diminutive Muay Thai kickboxer. In June, Parr's father, Australian kickboxing champion John Wayne Parr, pitted his daughter against a seven-year-old in a kickboxing match in front of a paying audience, reported 'Today.'
Not surprisingly, the match drew heavy cri
After her parents nipped her horse-owning dreams in the bud, German-based Regina Mayer didn't give up.
Instead of begging and pleading as most young ones do, she decided to take matters into her own hand by training Luna, one of the family's cows.
Mayer spent hours with the brown-and-white cow, teaching it how to run, jump hurdles and respond to commands like "go," "stand" and