We all know that siblings have the responsibility to look out for each other – but can we really expect that from toddlers? What do they know, right?
Well, one little boy from Utah just proved us all wrong!
2-year-old Bowdy Shoff demonstrated great concern for Brock, his twin brother, after a dresser fell on him.
Brock accidentally got trapped underneath the wooden furniture after the two climbed it.
The entire incident was filmed by a surveillance camera and it shows us Bowdy’s seemingly-superhuman strength as he rescued his brother from the drawer.
Despite his initial hesitance, Ricky, the twin’s father, took the time to share the video online as a way of warning fellow parents about the potential hazards of some home furniture.
He wrote on Facebook:
“I’ve been a little hesitant to post this. But I feel it’s not only to bring awareness, but it is also incredible. We are so grateful for the bond that these twin brothers share. We know Bowdy was not alone in moving the dresser off of Brock. And feel blessed that he is ok. Please make sure all your dressers are bolted and secured to the wall. Please share.”
You can watch the video here:
Understandably, the video immediately went viral on social media with many netizens agreeing about Ricky’s important warning. Moreover, people are touched by the heartwarming brotherly love that obviously exists between Bowdy and Brock.
Go share this viral video with your social media friends!
Apartment Tenant Complains About ‘Coin-Operated’ Flush On His Toilet
How would you react if your landlord did this?
You know what’s more absurd than having to pay to use public toilets? Well, how about a coin-operated flush in your own apartment?
A user of Reddit recently posted photos of this odd money-making machine installed by his landlord.
As you can probably guess, he is not pleased about it.
Parents Complain Against Hairdresser Who Charges More If Kids Cry During Haircuts
Does this sound ridiculous to you or what?
As a parent of an energetic 4-year-old boy, I can personally attest to the fact that training children to get used to haircuts can take some time. It’s always a struggle at the start. Kids do not automatically get comfortable with the entire experience.
There are definitely days when kids will cry or throw tantrums even if you do your best to calm them down.
That’s why I really find it disturbing to learn that there is a certain salon out there that threatens customers of a higher charge if their children cry during haircuts.
8 Not-So-Obvious Signs She Wants You to Stay, Another 8 That Says “Go Away”
Women are the hardest creatures to understand. They say something else, but mean another. They show you they like you, but really don’t. How the hell will we know?
Women are so hard to understand. They say 'no' when they really mean 'yes' and they say 'okay', when they’re really not. You need to be able to understand their subtleties if you want to survive the game. Take a hint from these subtle signs if she wants you to stay or you know, just go away:
STAY: She doesn’t talk about other guys
She happens to be a catch and yet she doesn’t talk about the other guys she’s dated, then you must have done something right. Women tend to talk about other guys if she wants you to lose interest.
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