Mom notices the boy she adopted looks a lot like her biological son, so she gets a DNA test


Mom notices the boy she adopted looks a lot like her biological son, so she gets a DNA test

A woman, 35, and her husband, 38, had been married for 10 years and during that time became good friends with a neighbor in her 20s. Two years after they met the neighbor she had a son. She said the father wasn’t in the son’s life because he was a one-night fling.

The woman had health issues, so the couple happily took care of the child when she was in the hospital. Sadly, the woman died when the child was young, so the couple became his foster parents and legally adopted him at the age of 7.

Years later, when their adopted son was 10, and their biological child was 5, the mother noticed that both children looked a lot alike.

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Woman who spent years cleaning classrooms becomes a teacher at the same school after earning her GED

Isabel Navarro has proved that hard work and a passion for learning can help you achieve your dreams no matter how old you are. The longtime elementary school custodian started working to support her family at just 15 years old.

But she never let anything stop her lifelong dream of becoming an educator. The 35-year-old woman from Waco, Texas, went back to school for her GED while working full-time as the head custodian at Spring Valley Elementary in the Midway ISD. She is now a paraprofessional, or teacher’s assistant, at the very same school.

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To celebrate Fiona Apple’s birthday, here’s her epic 1997 takedown of celebrity culture

In 1997, singer-songwriter 19-year-old Fiona Apple was a massive breakthrough artist on MTV, having recently scored big hits with “Shadowboxer,” “Criminal” and “Sleep to Dream” from her debut album, “Tidal.”

However, even though she was still a teenager, she was already suspicious of celebrity culture.

When accepting the award for the single “Sleep to Dream” at the MTV Video Music Awards, she gave an impromptu speech taking dead aim at the music industry. She asked the young people watching to stop emulating the stars they see in music videos and to be themselves.

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Dad’s sweet video shows the ‘unsung benefits’ of reliving his childhood with his son

There comes a point in every person’s life when the toys, games, fantasy books, cartoons, all start to take up less space in our lives. Partially because of naturally changing interests, and also due to the responsibilities of adulthood setting in.

But then when we have kids, suddenly we are transported back to this magical time when play ruled our lives.

For a dad named Andrew, this is one of the biggest “unsung benefits” of parenthood, and he is ready to sing its praises.

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Woman goes viral walking the streets of New York holding a sign looking for a husband

There’s the old cliché, desperate times call for desperate measures and one woman decided it was time to pull out all the stops. Well, sort of. Karolina Geits was annoyed with dating sites when she and her friends came up with the joke of walking around New York City with a sign that reads, “looking for a husband.”

The sign isn’t something fancy that they printed up at Office Depot or something. It’s just a piece of cardboard with black sharpie writing. Geits, who is a model, debuted the sign in July, racking up more than 6.4 million views on TikTok. Since striking virility, she’s taken to filming herself with some pretty eyebrow raising signs.

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