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Teen Wears Suit and Tie to Meet His Newborn Niece “Because First Impressions Matter”

Somebody give this guy an Uncle of the Year award!

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Olivia Kessler recently gave birth to a cute bundle of joy named Carter. When Grant, the baby’s newborn uncle, heard about the news, he was excited to meet his newborn niece. He immediately rushed to the hospital in Columbus, Ohio to see the baby – but not before dressing up for the occasion.

You see, the 18-year-old uncle decided to wear a suit and a tie for his niece.

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His reason? Well, he wanted to make a positive first impression.

Iris, Grant’s 16-year-old sister, snapped a photo of him waiting at the hospital. She later posted it on Twitter and wrote:

“My sister is about to have a baby and my brother showed up to the hospital in a suit because “first impressions matter.””

Much to the family’s surprise, the post received numerous retweets – like thousands upon thousands of them!

Almost overnight, Grant Kessler became the latest viral sensation.

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Twitter users across the globe were touched by Grant’s sweet gesture. In fact, many have been labeling him as “Uncle of the Year” – a title he rightfully deserves.

So how did Grant react to his newfound fame? He’s trying to stay cool about the whole thing. “But I can tell he’s kind of freaking out inside,” said Iris. “It’s pretty adorable.”

Meanwhile, Grant’s mother Karen Kessler said in a BuzzFeed interview that Grant was “extraordinarily excited, proud and protective regarding the birth of his first niece.”

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“His dressing up was both a show of respect and a way to honor her arrival,” Karen added.

As for Carter, well she may be too young to remember the event but fortunately, photos were taken of her first meeting with her cool uncle. No doubt, she’ll hear all about the touching story in the future.

Now we better see Grant in the Ellen show or something. This gentleman deserves more love!

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This Facebook Post About Stay-At-Home Moms Went Viral For All The Right Reasons

What a touching tribute for hardworking stay-at-home mothers!

Mark Andrew

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If there is a single question that most stay-at-home mothers get asked all too often, it’s got to be “what do you do all day?” And quite frankly, that kind of question isn’t always appreciated.

Besides, it kinda sends a discriminatory tone that such moms aren’t contributing much just because they are not employed full-time at the moment.

But really, if you think about it deeply – stay-at-home moms are doing their jobs full-time and it can be more difficult than most of us realize.

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Blind Singer From the Philippines Amazes People With Guitar-Playing Skills and Vocals

This blind singer from the Philippines is worthy of a worldwide spotlight.

Faye Williams

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Somebody shared a link to a very surprising video via our inbox and we thought it would be worth sharing. The video features a blind singer named Renie Entatano who is from the Philippines.

Based on the information given to us, Renie was born blind. He is a resident of a village named Tarusan in the town of Bataraza in Palawan. The province of Palawan is a about a one-hour plane ride from the Philippines' capital region, Metro Manila.

Renie Entatano's guitar seems to be an extension of his body.

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25 Positive Things That Are Happening All Over The World Right Now

The world needs more of these right now.

Kat Lozada

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The past year was crazy. Terrorist attacks, murders, wars, bombings and all sorts of negative news have been all over social media and news outlets. You’d think that there’s nothing good in this world anymore. The real deal is that there are so many good and positive things happening and are not picked up by media.

Don’t believe us? Here’s a short list of positive stuff happening all over the world.

25. If you can read this, you're part of the 84% literate. Back in the 1850s, only 10% can read.

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