Mom Experiences A Time Travel Moment While Shopping With Her Son At Costco

One mom thought she was having a fairly usual day, shopping at Costco with her toddler son when she noticed a crazy coincidence and—thankfully, for all of us—decided to take a picture.

If you look closely at the picture, you’ll notice that her son isn’t the only one sporting a lime green polo shirt and multi-colored plaid shorts—the older man sitting on a bench in the background is wearing the same exact outfit (save the shoes)!

The mom posted the picture on reddit with the comment “I guess I know what my son will look like in 70 years…”, much to everyone’s delight.

I guess I know what my son will look like in 70 years… from pics

Some commenters (who may or may not be watching too much “Back To The Future”) are calling the picture proof of time travel:

Other commenters shared downright amusing observations about the coincidence:

The Way This Dad Dressed His Daughter For Daycare Is The Funniest Thing You’ll See All Day

As parents of two girls, and my husband and I have wildly different approaches to getting them dressed each morning. My approach is to find a cute, color-coordinated, weather-appropriate outfit. His approach? Reach into their drawers, grab whatever garments his hand touches first and throw them on at the speed of light. So what if the results are navy paired with black, or a shirt worn backwards. They’re dressed, aren’t they?

No doubt many parents can relate to the struggle of getting the kids dressed and out the door in the morning, which is why the wardrobe fail that’s been circulating the internet is so darn funny.

Imgur user Laureeadeline shared her story after picking up her daughter from daycare and noticing that she was wearing overalls with no shirt underneath. She assumed her baby’s shirt had suffered some sort of diaper fail at daycare until she exchanged texts with her husband. Only then did she learn that rather than a diaper fail, there had been a wardrobe fail, and her husband, Jeremy, had sent their sweet baby off to daycare that morning wearing nothing but overalls.

“Did you send Olivia to daycare without a shirt on?” she writes.

“Uh, I sent her with that thing on,” Jeremy responds.

“Overalls,” mom writes. “Supposed to wear a shirt with overalls.”

Read the full exchange for yourself and see if you don’t laugh out loud.

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Mom Rewrites Taylor Swift Song As A Tribute To Exhausted Moms

Let’s face it, it can be exhausting being a parent. It’s just non-stop from sunrise to sunset. And then it starts all over again. In the end, it’s worth it but sometimes you need a little something to get through each day. For one person, it’s her “mommy dreams.”

Dannielle Murray created a video about all the little things that moms fantasize about throughout the day. You know those crazy awe-inspiring concepts like being able to take a shower alone or getting a full night’s rest.

Murray summed it perfectly by saying, “We know the long days are well worth it, and one day – when the kids have moved out, we can do all of those things we miss. So don’t stop dreaming, mamas!”

Baby Monitor Catches Toddler Singing ‘Star Wars’ Imperial March Song

This video adorably speaks for itself. Although the visual quality isn’t the best, you can clearly hear Jonathan H. Liu‘s daughter sing Darth Vader’s theme song, “Imperial March.”

According to his blog, Liu’s youngest daughter took an immediate linking to Star Wars, especially Darth Vader. “When he first appeared on the screen, she started mimicking the sound of his breathing,” he writes.

The force is definitely strong with this one, here’s to hoping she stays on the good side.

[h/t: Huffington Post]

This Video Shows You The Sensory Overload That A Child With Autism Experiences

UK’s National Autistic Society created this powerful video and posed this question to viewers: Can you make it to the end?

The video aims to show the sensory overload a child with autism experiences when they do seemingly common activities (like going to a mall).  It really helps you better understand the challenges that some children face.

The overall message of the campaign is “TMI (Too much information) – I’m not naughty – I’m autistic.  Sometimes I get too much information.  And if you only see a naughty kid, you haven’t got enough.”

 

This Baby’s Laugh Is Guaranteed To Make You Smile

If this doesn’t make you smile, I don’t know what will. Baby Brooklyn finds it hilarious to watch her dad eat. When a piece of asparagus falls out of his mouth, a giggle fit ensues.

The funniest part? Eight seconds into the video, she laughs so hard that she lets out a little fart, which makes her laugh even harder.

Who would have thought that playing with your food could be so joyful?

[h/t: Cosmopolitan]