Here are the stories making us smile this week.
Okay, it's official...2020 is here. If you're still digging out from the holidays and contemplating finally taking down your decorations don't feel bad, mama. We are right there with you and we've got your back.
If you've been dealing with the chaos that won't end until school resumes you may have missed some of the viral stories turning heads on the internet this week. It's tough to get back into the swing of things after the holidays but these sweet little faces are helping us.
Here are the viral stories making us smile this week:
Video of baby being calmed by Selena Gomez song goes viral
Thank you @selenagomez for “lose you to love me.” Any time our 6 month old son Reid gets fussy in the car, we play… https://t.co/gWpTaUs373— Nate Stokey (@Nate Stokey)1577916183.0
Does your baby have a favorite car ride song? This little guy does, and it's by Selena Gomez.
Baby Reid is going viral for his love of 'Lose You To Love Me' after his dad, Nate Stokey, shared a video showing Reid being calmed by Selena in the back seat of the family car.
"Thank you @selenagomez for 'lose you to love me.' Any time our 6 month old son Reid gets fussy in the car, we play it and he stops! What can I say, the kid knows good music," Stokey wrote.
This viral video shows sweet big brother comfort baby with Down syndrome
From a Selena song to a Justin Bieber song... The song "10,000 hours" by country music duo Dan + Shay features Justin Bieber and it is also a favorite of two adorable brothers going viral this week.
Arkansas mama Nicole Powell posted a video of her son, Rayce, singing to his baby brother, Tripp, who has Down syndrome.
"This is how Rayce bonds with Tripp. He sings to him all the time. He swears this song is about him and his brother," Powell wrote on Facebook.
The video of the brothers' bond has been watched more than a million times!
These twin sisters both gave birth on New Year's Eve
A pair of twin sisters in El Paso, Texas are starting 2020 as mamas and their daughters have the same exact birthday.
Twins Celeste and Cynthia gave birth to their daughters just hours apart the day before New Year's Eve, KFOX 14 reports. The sisters didn't plan to get pregnant at the same time or give birth on the same day, but sometimes twins are just in sync.
"Even our husbands they say, 'Oh, did you guys just talk and say, hey let's have these baby's together?'" says Celeste. "I was like, there's no way you can get it exactly."
Their due dates were three days apart, but their daughters had other plans and now have a built-in birthday twin to grow up with.