Neighbors in the Lake Forest neighborhood in Sanford are hiding teddy bears in their front windows for children to spot on walks and bike rides.
Like many parents, Kerry McKenna didn’t think her 4-year-old son was in danger of contracting coronavirus.
Few get past the front doors at Ladybird Academy of Wekiva Springs in Longwood these days.
Although elderly people and people with compromised immune systems are more likely to fall severely ill from COVID-19, children can still catch the virus and transmit it.
With millions of children home from school over the next couple weeks, Scholastic has put together a website to keep students busy and learning.
Schools across the country will be closing beginning Monday as fears of the spread of the coronavirus continue. This will create a unique situation where students will be expected to begin distance learning or online courses during that time despite not actually being at school.
Krispy Kreme will begin nationwide delivery services on Feb. 29, and to commemorate Leap Day, the doughnut company will surprise hospital staff and parents with goodies for any Leap Babies.
A cop marching behind a group of dancers in a Mardi Gras parade couldn’t resist but join in the festivities.
A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Gerber, the baby nutrition and food brand, is looking for its 2020 Gerber baby. Could your little love be the next spokesbaby?
A woman about to give birth brought a toy Nerf gun to the hospital so her husband wouldn’t accidentally fall asleep when his help was needed.
A “Baby Shark” doll narrowly saved the life of a toddler after absorbing a stray bullet that ripped through the walls of her family’s Madison home on Sunday, according to police.
There’s no minimum age requirement for having a dream.
A British woman who survived cervical cancer but was told she may never be able to have children has since welcomed a set of “miracle” twins.
The family of a late firefighter in Illinois is honoring his memory with a new photoshoot featuring his newborn baby girl.
This 9-month-old went from being fussy to enjoying himself while “doing dishes” all thanks to his quick thinking grandmother.
An Indiana couple held their wedding ceremony at the hospital so the bride's dying father could be with them.
Campbell recently celebrated turning 3 with two of her favorite things: Target and Starbucks Frappuccinos.
Indiana twins - a boy and girl - were born 30 minutes apart but in different decades.
Ja’bari Gray is celebrating his first birthday as the New Year begins.