children: March 2011 Archives


Another day, another cute baby video here on Newslite. Today it's the turn of Chevelle, the world's littlest hip hop fan.

At the start of the clip, Chevelle gazes around in a slightly dazed state, as though she's just woken up, and to be honest she doesn't appear too happy.

But her apparent grumpiness doesn't last too long, as soon as her dad puts on the Kid Cudi hip-hop tune Cleveland Is The Reason on, she sparks into life.

Breaking out the hip hop gangsta moves Chevelle waves her arms around as her  impressed father exclaims "That's my boo!," and "She's going to be a STAR!"

If there's a better baby dancer out there, we're yet to see them… and if you have got the video proof, we want that YouTube link.


Maybe they're discussing whether the nappy and sock look is going to be the next big fashion trend.

Or they could be planning how to get an ice cream out of the freezer… all we know is these twin babies look like they are having one great conversation.

A video of two 17-month old boys chattering away to each other, appearing to have an unintelligible conversation has become a hit online.

Their parents say Sam and Wren sometimes sound like they have a secret language of their own, but that even they are not sure what was being discussed.

If there are any baby translators out there we would love to know exactly what is being said… though we're pretty convinced it's something about the odd socks.

275x250.jpgMillions of house proud mums won't let their kids paint or draw at home - in case they make a mess, it has been found.

Researchers say one in two mothers would rather ban messy children's pastimes than spend hours cleaning up after them.

In fact, many mums would rather their kids to watch TV and play computer games instead and half of the 2,000 polled said they're on edge if their children start drawing or painting in the house.

The study revealed the extent to which mums are obsessed with keeping the house tidy - with plaster of Paris, charcoal and modelling clay banned in one in ten homes.

One-in-five also said they won't even put their children's art work on display in the home because they are concerned that it will look untidy and won't match their decor. Really. 




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