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It's safe to say that a lot of people (me included) are avoiding the news throughout the day. Sticking to one reputable daily report is about as much as most of us can handle. The reports are heavy at the moment and we could all do with some feel good news. We're overwhelmed, insecure and anxious about questions that nobody can give us an answer to.
Baby's First Steps
When a child takes their first steps it is an incredible milestone. It also happens to be one that quite a few parents miss due to being at work. Many babies take their first steps when in the care of their creche or childminder. This is a difficult thing to accept for a lot of parents. This week Eavan Finucane and her husband Shane found themselves working from home due to Covid-19 precautions. In the midst of the heavy news they got some good news. Both parents were present when their baby girl took her first steps. You can watch the adorable family video here.
Make-Shift Disney Parade
We spotted this on the goodnews_movement Instagram page and it really made us smile. Due to Covid-19 a much anticipated Disney Land trip had to be cancelled for two little girls in Illinois. To try and make the girls feel better family and friends performed a Disney parade for them. It's heart warming and hilarious!
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This family’s trip to Disney World was postponed due to #Coronavirus, so family friends surprised the kids with their very own Disney Parade! Watch ‘til the end for The Little Mermaid who can’t get out of the van 🤣🤣🤣. TAG friends you’d do this for AND what character would you be? (I would be Cinderella before she cleaned up for the ball! 😅 👸)
Chats with Great Granny Through The Window
Social distancing recommendations, while necessary, have been difficult for us all. Many of us are missing family members that we are used to seeing daily. In this beautiful photo we can see that 10-year-old Harlow Slattery-Madden still has her daily chats with great-granny Emily Slattery (94) in Tynagh Co. Galway . .. just through the window now! Family really is everything.