Tis the season to give and the March of Dimes has definitely given a group of parents a gift they will never forget. The March of Dimes in Kansas City, along with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurses and staff at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City, came together to create some absolutely adorable pictures of their little fighters.
One of the rules of the famed ‘Elf on The Shelf’ is that kids can’t touch them. But for one New Jersey girl panic ensued when she accidentally touched hers, a move that she feared could make the Christmas magic goes away from her home.
Jennifer and Jonathan Vandermark’s 4-year-old daughter Virginia Rose was diagnosed with leukemia in April. Her doctors planned to do a bone marrow transplant over the summer in a life-saving effort but she was unable to have that surgery due to minor heart failure.
Evan Leversage, the little boy who inspired his entire hometown to get into the holiday and throw a Christmas celebration early in his honor, has passed away. Stedman Community Hospice in Brantford, Ontario confirmed the news that Evan died early Sunday morning.
For the third year, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has created an oasis inside the mall for their RBC Avion cardholders (Avioners®) through the RBC Avion Holiday Boutiques. These Boutiques offer complimentary services to Avioners, including valet parking (Toronto only), gift wrapping, coat and package check, along with a VIP lounge and café with refreshments – all free of charge.
It didn’t feel like autumn in St. George, Ontario on October 24th. The small town banded together to create an early Christmas for a 7-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumor who might not make it to the actual holiday.
There will only be fun in the sun for Molly Sims and her family this Holiday Season! The actress was photographed on Tuesday(December 24th) enjoying a relaxing day at the beach in Miami with her husband Scott and son Brooks.
Select Canadian Malls Offer Calmer, Quieter Environment For Children With Autism To Visit With Santa
This year a few select malls across Canada are making special arrangements so that kids with autism can take part in a popular holiday tradition – visiting Santa.
With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas just around the corner, many of us are already in full holiday swing. We’re prepping meal plans, shopping for gifts, organizing holiday itineraries, ordering wine, grocery shopping, wrapping, cooking, baking and more. According to a recent study, it’s all that hustle and bustle (along with some other factors) that half of all women are at risk for a hidden holiday consequence.