It all began when a man posted this picture of his wife as a child, commenting that she looked like a 60-year-old woman...
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You’ve probably heard of the TLC Toddler’s & Tiaras show where young girls get make up, fake hair, and all sorts of other things (like having eyebrow waxes) to participate in a kind of a beauty contest. Here are the pictures from the unusual episode of the series in which the moms of the little contestants were asked to wear the same pageant costumes and to undergo the same preparations to feel better what they are putting their girls through.
Swedesh photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 12 years of his life taking pictures of the foetus developing in the womb. These incredible photographs were taken with conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope. Nilsson used a magnification of hundreds of thousands and “worked” right in the womb. His first photo of the human foetus was taken in 1965.
These are some very special moment between a father and his child. It seems that kids grow up so fast these days that these times make special memories. This time spent between a father and his child is indeed very special.
You should see this 3-year-old boy. He is so young, and so super-sized that some nurseries ban him for being a "health hazard" to other children. While most average kids of this age are only about two stone, Xiao Hao’s weight is 5 times heavier. According to some medics, this child might have a growth hormone disorder. Other people believe he is just a victim of China's "Little Emperor" syndrome as parents in this country are allowed only one child. And their relatives spoil rotten babies.
Sometimes, little girls try to look just like their moms, but here, it’s rather the mothers who want their little girls to look just like them or to look more like an adult…It’s wrong in so many ways! C’mon, let the kids be kids and don’t push them to act and look like grownups, it’s pointless and ridiculous. Childhood goes already way too fast, no need to make it shorter. Plus, transforming little girls into dolls covered with makeup is just tasteless.
Thanks a lot to our visitor briere who sent us the links to these photos.
This is an oldie of the day, but a good one. The photo was taken in Sweden in the early 20th century and was not retouched in any way. From the first quick glance at the photo, you’ll probably see a big head between two people. Is it something paranormal or a simple illusion?
The answer is inside the post.
These incredible child portraits were taken by a photographer named Akval. They catch these children doing what they do best, being themselves. The clarity and attention to detail make them absolutely beautiful.