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Air Force Colonel Gives Son Star Wars Surprise

Air Force Colonel Gives Son Star Wars Surprise
6 years ago

Air Force Colonel Gives Son Star Wars Surprise

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Air Force Col. Rob Kiebler was in Afghanistan for over 14 months, but couldn’t wait to get home and talk about another Force.

Kiebler’s son, Danny, “freaked out” when he was told that he wasn’t allowed to watch the Star Wars movies until he was six years old – so the Colonel and his wife let Danny watch them early. Now in love with Star Wars, Kiebler saw it fit to surprise his son dressed as a Jedi on his birthday.

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UK Man Becomes New Father, Grandfather & Great-Grandfather Within 3 Months
6 years ago

UK Man Becomes New Father, Grandfather & Great-Grandfather Within 3 Months

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A man from the United Kingdom has recently become a proud father. But wait, there’s more: he’s also, within the same three-month period, become a proud grandfather…and great-grandfather.

If you immediately reached for a calculator and logged into a family tree website, you’re not alone.

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Spider-Man Dad Takes Son to Trampoline Park
6 years ago

Spider-Man Dad Takes Son to Trampoline Park

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Do you like Spider-Man? Do you like father-son superhero moments? Well then we’ve got a video for you.

Daniel Garcia wanted to motivate his son and reward him for doing good things. So, Daniel did what any guy would love to do: dress up like a superhero and play in a trampoline park with his son.

Video after the jumperooski.

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Art For A Cure: Unique L.A. Fundraiser For 6-Year-Old Boy With Leukemia
6 years ago

Art For A Cure: Unique L.A. Fundraiser For 6-Year-Old Boy With Leukemia

At just 23 months old, Evan Gabor was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common type of leukemia among children. Leukemia, like other cancers, results from mutations in the DNA. No single known cause for any of the different types of leukemia exists. And if that wasn’t sh*tty enough, survival rates vary by age: 85% in children and 50% in adults.

The good: more and more children are kicking leukemia’s ass and we’re happy to report that Evan, now six years old, is rocking the battle against cancer with help from family, friends and even random supporters. “It’s a beautiful thing to have this much support from strangers, even, coming up to me and knowing that I’m Evan’s mom and knowing that they’re here to help Evan in doing research for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, ” says Evan’s mother, Jennifer Kearns-Gabor. She also told 8BitDad that Evan’s older brother, Trevor, is a perfect match for a bone marrow transplant operation within the next couple of weeks.