Economics/Class Relations

Boy who grew up homeless sees own bed for the first time and tears up: ‘It’s all for you’


Three-year-old’s drawing of her dad has her mother rolling with laughter

As a parent, it’s always heartwarming to see your child take to art. However, one Reddit user u/sunnyismybunny got more than he bargained for when his 3-year-old daughter drew a picture of him.

He shared the drawing on Reddit, and the response from his wife was, shall we say, less than supportive. The drawing in question depicts a stick-figure man with a giant head, a small body, and what appears to be a pair of devil horns. His arms are oddly positioned, and his legs, oh sorry there are no legs! To say it’s not an accurate representation of the dad is an understatement.

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Help is on the way for a desperate mom who couldn’t find size 23 shoes for her teenage son

A local reporter at Hometown Life shared a unique and heartfelt story on March 16 about a mother struggling to find shoes that fit her 14-year-old son. The story resonated with parents everywhere; now, her son is getting the help he desperately needs. It’s a wonderful example of people helping a family that thought they had nowhere to turn.

When Eric Kilburn Jr. was born, his mother, Rebecca’s OBGYN, told her that he had the “biggest feet I’ve ever seen in my life. Do not go out and buy baby shoes because they’re not gonna fit,’” Rebecca told Fourteen years later, it’s almost impossible to find shoes that fit the 6’10” freshman—he needs a size 23.

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Boy who grew up homeless sees own bed for the first time and tears up: ‘It’s all for you’

Many of us don’t recall the first time we slept in our own bed. It’s easy to forget what life may be like without this experience since for many of us, it’s something we take for granted. However, not everyone is as fortunate in life.

This little child in Detroit had the opportunity to sleep in his own bed for the first time, and his reaction was priceless. Daeyr Neely and his mom had been homeless for several years, after which they moved around different shelter homes, reported NBC. Since Daeyr was a toddler, he has not had a bed to call his own, but after the intervention of Humble Design, a nonprofit aimed at reducing homelessness, Daeyr finally got this wish of his!

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20 people share the biggest realizations they had as they got wealthy

It’s no secret that money makes things a whole lot easier in our world. As best as we try not to let material wealth dictate our happiness and purpose in life, to live in our current society without coming up with ways to make money would be extremely hard—if not impossible.

However, people who’ve known what it’s like to be rich at least once in their lives often say that having money brings its own fair share of problems. Reddit user u/SheelahSchimek1980 wanted to get to the bottom of the mystery surrounding wealth once and for all when they turned to the r/AskReddit community with this question: “What are some things you realized as you got wealthier?”

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Man shares hilarious reality of being married to a ‘Mean Girls’ icon

Jonathan Bennett might not be a household name but we’re willing to bet that if you saw him, you’d instantly recognize him. The reason is that Bennett is best known for his role in 2004’s “Mean Girls,” in which he played Aaron Samuels — the secret crush of Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) and the on-again, off-again boyfriend to Regina George (Rachel McAdams).

In real life, the actor, TV host and producer is in love with just one person, his husband and fellow actor, Jaymes Vaughan. But, as Vaughan recently shared in a viral post, that hasn’t stopped Bennett’s many admirers from diving in whenever the two are in public, as per In The Know.

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