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Gay penguins adopt an egg after months of trying to hatch rocks

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A gay penguin couple are trying to hatch an egg together. 

Skipper and Ping, two male king penguins residing at Zoo Berlin in Germany, arrived as a pair from another zoo in Hamburg in April. Zookeepers were able to tell the couple wanted to start a family soon after their arrival, since Skipper and Ping would take turns trying to incubate rocks and pieces of fish between their legs. 

“It is very common that two penguins of the same sex come together,” Zoo Berlin spokesperson Maximilian…

Gay penguins adopt an egg after months of trying to hatch rocks

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A gay penguin couple are trying to hatch an egg together. 

Skipper and Ping, two male king penguins residing at Zoo Berlin in Germany, arrived as a pair from another zoo in Hamburg in April. Zookeepers were able to tell the couple wanted to start a family soon after their arrival, since Skipper and Ping would take turns trying to incubate rocks and pieces of fish between their legs. 

“It is very common that two penguins of the same sex come together,” Zoo Berlin spokesperson Maximilian…

Family vlog channel sells creepily lifelike dolls modeled after their newborn baby

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YouTubers get a bad rep for constantly shilling their merch, but this family channel’s commitment to getting personal with fans is on another level. 

The Inghams, and their 1.2 million subscribers, welcomed their fourth child Jace into the world in March. His birth was documented and shared in a video titled “EMOTIONAL LIVE BIRTH – LABOUR AND DELIVERY!” 

But for subscribers who weren’t satisfied with being invited to Jace’s delivery room, parents Chris and Sarah Ingham went even further….

A family vlog channel is selling creepily lifelike dolls of their newborn baby

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YouTubers get a bad rep for constantly shilling their merch, but this family channel’s commitment to getting personal with fans is on another level. 

The Inghams, and their 1.2 million subscribers, welcomed their fourth child Jace into the world in March. His birth was documented and shared in a video titled “EMOTIONAL LIVE BIRTH – LABOUR AND DELIVERY!” 

But for subscribers who weren’t satisfied with being invited to Jace’s delivery room, parents Chris and Sarah Ingham went even further….

A family vlog channel is selling creepily lifelike dolls of their newborn baby

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YouTubers get a bad rep for constantly shilling their merch, but this family channel’s commitment to getting personal with fans is on another level. 

The Inghams, and their 1.2 million subscribers, welcomed their fourth child Jace into the world in March. His birth was documented and shared in a video titled “EMOTIONAL LIVE BIRTH – LABOUR AND DELIVERY!” 

But for subscribers who weren’t satisfied with being invited to Jace’s delivery room, parents Chris and Sarah Ingham went even further….

A family vlog channel is selling creepily lifelike dolls of their newborn baby

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YouTubers get a bad rep for constantly shilling their merch, but this family channel’s commitment to getting personal with fans is on another level. 

The Inghams, and their 1.2 million subscribers, welcomed their fourth child Jace into the world in March. His birth was documented and shared in a video titled “EMOTIONAL LIVE BIRTH – LABOUR AND DELIVERY!” 

But for subscribers who weren’t satisfied with being invited to Jace’s delivery room, parents Chris and Sarah Ingham went even further….

Why your Instagram feed is full of wooden baby toys

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Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with.


In an age of screens, augmented reality games and YouTube kid millionaires, it might seem unlikely that wooden peg boards, felt nesting baskets and pretend tissue boxes are filling up today’s playrooms. But toy industry experts say these beautifully crafted…

Why your Instagram feed is full of wooden baby toys

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Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with.


In an age of screens, augmented reality games and YouTube kid millionaires, it might seem unlikely that wooden peg boards, felt nesting baskets and pretend tissue boxes are filling up today’s playrooms. But toy industry experts say these beautifully crafted…

Why your Instagram feed is full of wooden baby toys

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Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with.


In an age of screens, augmented reality games and YouTube kid millionaires, it might seem unlikely that wooden peg boards, felt nesting baskets and pretend tissue boxes are filling up today’s playrooms. But toy industry experts say these beautifully crafted…

Why your Instagram feed is full of wooden baby toys

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Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with.


In an age of screens, augmented reality games and YouTube kid millionaires, it might seem unlikely that wooden peg boards, felt nesting baskets and pretend tissue boxes are filling up today’s playrooms. But toy industry experts say these beautifully crafted…