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    A WOMAN has shared her grandmother's stunning glow-up by dressing the octogenarian up in gen Z style. Viewers said the fresh new look made her grandma look no older than 45. 4Angelica traded styles with her 80-year-old grandmotherCredit: TikTok/angelicaseattlerealtor 4The grandmother first showed herself wearing lounge wearCredit: TikTok/angelicaseattlerealtor Angelica is a Seattle-based real estate agent and digital content creator. She took to the social media platform to share her grandmother's fresh new look with the world. "Turning my 80y/o grandma into me," she wrote over the video. First, her grandmother strutted down the hallway in her typical lounge wear of women in her age group — a long, white, loose-fitting night gown. READ MORE TRADING PLACESGRANDMA GONE WILD I dressed my grandma in my clothes - people say she ‘slays’NO WAY I dressed up my mom like me — people can’t believe she’s 61 Next, the sassy senior revealed her fabulous new 'fit — an off-the-shoulder white top paired with skin tight black leggings with silver zipper detail on the hips. She accessorized the look with black leather high heel...
    NO-ONE wants to look older than they actually are, right? Being told ‘you don’t look your age' is a compliment that many of us would love to receive. 2A woman has revealed that her glam grandmother is 80-years-old but looks much youngerCredit: Tiktok - @senecaapowers 2Seneca Powers took to TikTok to reveal her grandmother's simple clothing tip that ensures she stays looking super youthfulCredit: Tiktok - @senecaapowers One woman has taken to TikTok to show off her glamorous grandma, leaving many in disbelief at her age. Seneca Powers revealed that her grandmother is 80-years-old, but everyone thinks she looks much younger. She posted her clip with the caption ‘My 80 yo grandma everybody ????’ and in the clip, which Seneca posted alongside Fergie’s song Glamorous, we see Seneca’s glam grandma in public, applying some red lipstick.  The retired bus driver wears a stunning fur coat, black leather gloves and carries a black leather crossbody bag. Not only does she look fabulous, but she looks brilliant for her age too. Seneca’s video has left many in disbelief at the woman’s age...
    WHEN you think of retro swimsuits, you might picture over-the-top frilly bloomers. A young woman tried on her great-grandmother's beachwear from 70 years ago, and people love the look. 3TikTok user Gabrielle Jones tried on her great-grandmother's 70-yea-old swimsuitCredit: TikTok/gabis_vintage 3The influencer explained that the style of the swimsuit was popular among plus-size and mature womenCredit: TikTok/gabis_vintage TikTok user Gabrielle Jones, who runs the account @gabis_vintage, modeled the vintage swimwear for her followers. "This suit is 70 years old. My amazing grandma just sent me this and it is her grandma’s swimsuit from the 40/the 50s in the 'ballerina style,'" she informed viewers. Modeling the purple shiny look, Gabrielle explained: "[the design] was particularly popular with mature or plus-size women because the skirt hung loosely around the hips in a swing style." The influencer showed her followers the button-up detailing at the back of the swimsuit. Read More in LifestyleRETRO LOOK I tried on my mom’s Pan Am stewardess uniform from the ‘70s - women are jealousOLD IS GOLD I tried on my aunt's vintage outfits, many had same reaction...
    A WOMAN who has trained her body to fit into impossible positions wasn't ready for her family's reaction. After sharing her talent with the world, people narrowed in on her grandmother's priceless response to the spectacle. 3Olivia Alboher is a flexible digital content creatorCredit: TikTok/ oliviaalboher Olivia Alboher is an athletic digital content creator. Her TikTok alone amassed close to 2m followers under the handle @oliviaalboher. She took to the social media platform to share her talent with her family and the world. "Showing my dad and grandma the trend I made," she wrote over the video. READ MORE FAMILYGRAN DESIGN I tried my grandma’s old clothes – they were iconic, people say she’s a 'baddy'FLASHBACK I tried on my grandma’s vintage ‘90s bikini - granny had style & people love it She showed her father and grandmother observing her while she bent over all the way backwards. Next, she slipped her body into a pretzel-like position, with a flexibility comparable to Play-Doh. Her father looked on with a straight face, but her grandmother was clearly stunned. The shocked grandma...
    WHEN a young fashionista raided her grandmother's wardrobe, she expected to find some vintage pieces to style. But instead, she discovered a wardrobe full of on-trend outfits, ready to roll. 6Alyssa Milleza tried on her grandmother's old clothes, including a fashionable bustierCredit: TikTok/alyssamilleza 6Viewers were amazed that the grandmother had such stylish pieces in her wardrobeCredit: TikTok/alyssamilleza The aspiring influencer, Alyssa Milleza, shared the homegrown haul on TikTok, where viewers couldn't help but praise the pieces she showed off. Of course, Milleza was proud of her sartorial heritage. "My grandma was a fashion icon," she wrote in the video description. Her first look was a pair of black trousers coupled with a red silk bustier. The strapless top had a sexy strip of lace trim along the chest that tied the outfit together. READ MORE: FASHIONSHEER MADNESS I spent $204 on used Kardashian clothes – Kourtney's sweater was NSFWFESTIVE FIT I tried on my mom’s sexy Santa costume from 30 years ago Milleza also paired the pants with a shell top, in plain black silk. A...
    A TikTok creator has gained recognition after sharing a hilarious social interaction with her grandma about an inappropriate outfit. People are in hysterics after listening to a young woman's grandmother's reaction to an inappropriate outfit that she wanted to wear to a Christening. 2TikTok creator Alana Turner showed her gran an inappropriate outfit she wanted to wear to a ChristeningCredit: TikTok @alanaturner123 Content creator Alana Turner, also known as @@alanaturner123 on TikTok, couldn't resist sharing the WhatsApp conversation that she had with her grandmother about a mini dress she supposedly wanted to wear to a familial event. The inquiry about the dress was meant to be a joke, but grandma couldn't help but offer her honest opinion. The video is simply a screen recording of the duo's back-and-forth voice message conversation that becomes increasingly funnier, as it goes on. The audio speaks for itself and grandma let her thoughts be known about the proposed inappropriate outfit for a baby's Christening. READ MORE REAL LIFESIMPLY THE CHEST I get told off for dressing inappropriately but I’ve...
    A grandmother has shared how the stranger she accidentally invited to Thanksgiving dinner in 2016 is in her 'heart for life' — as they confirm they will be spending the holiday together for the seventh year in a row.  Wanda Dench, 65, and Jamal Hinton, 23, from Arizona, became unlikely friends after she texted the then-teenager thinking he was her grandson, a mistake that changed both of their lives for the better.  The incredible story behind their Thanksgiving tradition has inspired an upcoming Netflix movie, but they agree that their bond is about more than being in the spotlight.  'I told her the cameras and the fame, everything could stop tomorrow, and nothing’s changing between us,' Hinton told NBC News correspondent Kristen Dahlgren during a segment that aired on the Today show Wednesday.  Wanda Dench, 65, and Jamal Hinton, 23, from Arizona, reunited at The Cheesecake Factory this week as they confirmed they will be spending their seventh Thanksgiving together They became unlikely friends after she texted him and invited him to Thanksgiving in 2016. The then-teen ended up going to her celebration...
    A SKINCARE expert with “jello skin” asked her grandmother how she gets her own “glass skin.” Ava Lee had her grandma share the skincare routine that helps her maintain glowing and wrinkle-free skin, and you’ll want to steal the three products and application technique she uses.  4Ava Lee's 85-year-old grandmother has "glass skin"Credit: TikTok 4The grandmother uses a serum that helps diminish age spotsCredit: TikTok In a TikTok video, a voiceover said: “My grandma has glass skin so I asked her to show me what she uses in the morning.” Glass skin has roots in Korean beauty with steps to achieve a smooth, glossy, and pore-less appearance. Ava stood side-by-side with her 85-year-old grandmother who has beautifully plump skin and striking silver hair. “What are you using grandma?” Ava asked in Korean. Read more on skincare wisdomSLEEPING BEAUTY I’m 50-plus but look 10 years younger - it’s all thanks to a 2p hackAGELESS BEAUTY I’m 52 and people call me 'young lady' all the time - I have zero wrinkles Her grandmother first pumped a yellow serum onto her hand...
    MANY of us often wonder about what our grandparents were like in their youth but not many can say they were a unique part of history. A young woman shared a fun fact about her grandma that has many people shocked about the surprising gig she had when she was younger. 3TIkTok user Erika shares the interesting occupation her grandmother had in the past in a viral videoCredit: TikTok/ erika.mcg 3Erika's grandmother appears to still be fun and fabulous at 85 years oldCredit: TikTok/ erika.mcg TikTok user Erika went viral on the platform for the most unsuspecting video that featured a special guest, her 85-year-old grandmother. She typically posts fun-filled content that showcases her relationship, time with friends, and video responses on the app. Her trending video shows her crouching next to her beloved family member as they both look into the camera with the question "your grandma was a playboy bunny?" written above their heads. This video in particular gives a glimpse into the past and shows how beautiful her grandmother was then and...
    JUST because you've become a grandma doesn't mean that life suddenly stops and it's time to ditch the bikinis and instead stick to loose clothing. And one woman who certainly won't stop showing off her curves is Kelly Lynn, a 47-year-old grandmother, from Boston, Massachusetts. 4The 47-year-old claimed she's a sexy grandmother and loves wearing string bikinisCredit: TikTok/@thegypsysister 4Her videos have been liked by thousands, many of whom also beg her to go on dates with themCredit: TikTok/@thegypsysister Kelly, also known to her followers as @thegypsysister on social media, regularly shares videos of herself rocking tiny bikinis - she even revealed her favourite are string bikinis. And it looks like the 47-year-old won't stop any time soon, as fans continue to flock the comments section admiring her curves. In one of her most recent videos uploaded on TikTok Kelly revealed what it's like being a ''sexy grandmother''. Showing off her curvy tatted body, the woman was wearing a navy blue string bikini and had her blond locks in two cute piggy tails. read more beauty stories11/10 I go from a five...
    AN Australian granddaughter and grandmother duo have shocked the internet with their fit bodies. Wellness guru Tia Christofi shares TikTok videos and Instagram posts alongside her workout partner, her grandmother Lesley Maxwell. 3Tia Christofi and her grandmother Lesley workout together and wear matching outfitsCredit: TikTok 3Tia shared a photo of her and her grandmother posing with dumbbell weightsCredit: Instagram People are always shocked that Lesley is, and are also convinced she must be younger than 64. In one recent TikTok video, Tia showed the duo together in a gym with the caption: “My fit af grandmother." The song “Wild Thoughts” by DJ Khaled played while Tia lip-synced: “I probably shouldn’t be around you,” referencing her grandmother. With full faces of makeup and styled hair, they each posed in matching workout sets. Read more on young grandmasKID YOU NOT I’m a hot gran and my anti-aging tricks mean that no one ever guesses my ageSHOCKING I'm a young gran after being a teen mom - everyone thinks I'm a decade younger They wore white sports bras and white leggings that revealed...
    Miss Faye was heard on the clip yelling for her German shepherd Troy to come help — but she proved to be a one-woman army, scaring away the thug, who dropped the purse. Miss Faye even chucked her cane at the vehicle as it drove off. Image source: KGO-TV video screenshot "If my knees weren't hurting me, I think I would have been out there a little faster," Miss Faye recalled to KGO. When the station asked her if she was scared to intervene, Miss Faye said no way. "I never thought about it. Fear never crossed my mind — 'cause I'm crazy, I guess," she told KGO with a chuckle. "I don't know. It's just something that's in my nature. I do things, and it doesn't bother me until a couple hours later. That's how I've always been." Image source: KGO-TV video screenshot Miss Faye told the station that her neighbors have been calling her a hero and bringing her pies and other goodies to show their appreciation....
    GRANDMOTHERS can be tough, but one was extremely critical and comical when it came to her granddaughter’s outfit for a holiday. Kim Murstein has a podcast and TikTok account with her Grandma Gail called Excuse My Grandmother. Gail often shares blunt critiques and hot takes and did so again during Passover.   TikTok/@excusemygrandma 5 Kim Murstein wore a revealing look that she wanted to wear for Passover “Telling grandma I’m wearing this to Passover,” a voiceover said in the TikTok video. Passover is a religious Jewish holiday that celebrates a biblical story of the exodus of the Israelites from slavery. Families celebrate this with seder, or a festive meal, where the story is recited. Kim showed off her outfit: a cream silky blouse with thick straps partially tucked into black mini shorts. In the distance, Gail can be heard yelling: “What are you, a stripper?” Read more on outfit critiques 'Unacceptable' I was told my outfit was inappropriate for work but I don't get it FROCK FAIL People say my wedding guest outfit was ‘inappropriate’ but I think it’s fine...
    A grandmother who has a leaderboard to rank her family has gone viral after bumping her grandson to the last spot to punish him for his new tattoos.  Comedian Dan LaMorte, 27, from New York, went from his grandmother's fourth favorite grandchild to her tenth this week after he showed her the new ink he got on his arm.  'This is my grandma's ranking board,' he explained in his now-viral video. 'She has a wooden board where she ranks the 10 grandchildren from 1 to 10, all of our faces on magnets.' Comedian Dan LaMorte, 27, from New York, went viral on TikTok this week after revealing his grandmother has a leaderboard ranking her 10 grandchildren  LaMorte was proud to be at the No. 4 spot, the highest he had ever been, but he anticipated that was going to change because he got two new tattoos on his arm  LaMorte's grandmother gasped when she saw the ink on his arm and immediately turned to her leaderboard LaMorte was happy to be in the top five, but he knew he was about to disappoint...
    A CONTENT creator shared the negative and surprising reaction she received from her grandmother about one of her outfits. Ginger Banks made a TikTok video documenting her trendy outfit along with the “slut shaming” comments. 3Ginger Banks shared the negative comments her grandmother said to herCredit: TikTok “What I was wearing when my grandma just slut shamed the hell out of me lmao,” Ginger wrote in the video while laughing. She revealed that she was wearing a pink spandex workout set. The V-neck sports bra with a racer back doubled as a crop top. She also wore matching high-waisted biker shorts that landed mid-thigh. “It’s basically a bathing suit,” her grandmother first said, according to Ginger. Read more on outfit trollingBEACH PLEASE I’m mid size and trolled for wearing an 'inappropriate' bikini to the beachBACK OFF A stranger told me my outfit was inappropriate in the grocery store parking lot One person commented: “Isn’t that yoga wear??? How is it a bathing suit???” Then Ginger shared her grandmother’s further confusion over her outfit choice. “Did you really wear that to...
    A GROOM to be has suggested that honesty isn’t always the best policy after his fiancee claimed that he’s already ruined her big day before it’s even begun. Taking to Reddit, the man was very frank about his opinion on his wife’s choice of wedding dress – but the reason may surprise you. 1A bridge to be claims her wedding day was ruined before it even began following the honest admissionCredit: Getty He explained that the pair were in the process of planning their dream wedding when the issue came to a head. The bride to be had fallen in love with a certain frock that had been offered to her by the man’s grandmother. The dress had previously been the property of his own mother who wore it on her wedding day. However, he explained that he shares a poor relationship with his mother - who actively “hates” his fiancée. Read more on weddingsTO HAVE AND TO HOLD Bride splits opinion after making 'crazy' request from future husbandKICK UP A STINK My husband ruined my friend's wedding by showing...
    A 36-YEAR-OLD grandma said people think she sets a "terrible example" but claims in her hometown it's nothing unusual. Zhang caused a stir online when she posted a video of herself outside a maternity ward in China holding her firstborn grandchild. 3Zhang, 36, posted about being a glam gran on Chinese social mediaCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 3Her clips caused outrage in China and she was told she was setting a 'terrible example'Credit: Not known, clear with picture desk "Welcome to the new life," the glam gran captioned the video, which has now received more than 240 million views on Weibo - China's version of Twitter. The baby belongs to Zhang's eldest son, who is only 18 and cannot legally register his marriage in China because he's too young, according to the South China Morning Post. On July 13, the 36-year-old from central China posted a follow-up video in which she announced she had become a grandmother. "I am officially a grandmother now. I was born in the 1980s and have not had the time to be filial...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I celebrate my grandmother’s birthday every year in some special way, even though she died many years ago. My grandmother meant the world to me, and I never want to forget her. I usually take the day off from work and spend my time remembering her. One year I went to see a floral display at my local museum because my grandmother kept a beautiful garden. Another year I took a trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture to see an exhibit. My grandmother was a domestic worker, and I wanted to see how that part of our history might be included in the museum. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: She’s not a celebrity, and she’s eager to meet my friends who are Advice | Harriette Cole: He unintentionally gave me proof he had cheated on me Advice | Harriette Cole: I have a small head, so they didn’t know how big I am Advice | Harriette Cole: I think my landlady’s kids are snooping...
    LET'S be honest - no matter how old we get, we're always going to turn to our mums for advice. After all, she's older, wiser and probably has experience of what we're struggling with anyway - right? 1Melissa Kay became a grandma BEFORE her own mum [stock photo]Credit: Getty Well, this isn't exactly the case for Melissa Kay. In a person essay for Scary Mommy, the journalist revealed how she became a grandma BEFORE her own mum. Melissa first met her husband - who is 11 years her senior - online and they've now been together for 15 years. She wrote: "When I met Bruce’s kids they were all tweens; they’re now in their 20s. Read More in ParentingMAMMA MIA I’m a mom of 34 kids at 23 - we sleep at 7pm but I’m up ALL night as they wakeKIDDING ME I’m a nanny - my simple hack relaxes upset babies in seconds & works every time "I certainly didn’t 'raise' them, but I’ve had a good degree of involvement in their lives." When the couple married in...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My son and I were talking on the phone about my upcoming visit to their house. My 4-year-old granddaughter was chattering in the background. (She’s very, very verbal.) My son asked if she wanted to “say hello to Babs.” I distinctly heard her reply, “Who’s Babs?” My son said, “She’s my mommy and she’s your grandmother.” To my surprise, I heard her say, “She’s not my grandma. Bobbie is my grandma” (referring to our daughter-in-law’s mother). My son just let this stand, uncorrected. If one’s son lets this sort of statement stand, is there a way for a grandparent to respond within the bounds of etiquette? Obviously, the so-called maternal grandmother advantage is at work here. Or perhaps even firmly entrenched. But how to handle this is a real puzzle. GENTLE READER: Have you considered asking to be called “Grandma”? That should fix it in your granddaughter’s mind, and incidentally give you an edge over Bobbie. Not that Miss Manners wants to encourage competition. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: They keep asking for details...
    Stand in front of 1822 Sunset Blvd., and you’ll see the old sign for the Nayarit restaurant, but where a banner below used to proclaim “authentic Mexican dining,” there’s a marquee advertising upcoming shows at the Echo nightclub. It’s a typical L.A. palimpsest — one history layered over traces of another — and the earlier one is worth knowing. For more than 20 years beginning in 1951, the Nayarit helped define Echo Park. It provided work opportunities for well over 100 people, served delicious, authentic Mexican food, and fostered a diverse community of Latinx immigrants and others who met and mixed in the restaurant’s dining room, open 10 a.m. ’til 4 a.m, seven days a week. The Nayarit was the creation of my grandmother, Doña Natalia Barraza. My mother, María, was her right-hand assistant in the business. I never knew Doña Natalia, but I grew up with my brother in the house that she was able to purchase, a member of a community she helped forge, and I was buoyed by the success of what she built over her 48...
    Kathie Lee Gifford has become a grandmother for the first time after her son Cody welcomed a baby boy with his wife Erika - revealing that they have named their newborn son Frank after his late grandfather.  The former Today host, 68, shared the news of her family's latest arrival in a touching Instagram post on Wednesday, revealing a sweet snap of her son and daughter-in-law with their newborn baby boy, who was born on May 31.  'My heart is bursting. Frank Michael Gifford is here, confirming that our God is good and merciful and faithful. And he loves us!' she wrote alongside the snap, which shows proud new father Cody posing with his wife and son in the hospital.  Baby Frank's arrival comes just four and a half months after Kathie revealed that Cody and Erika - who wed in September 2020 - were expecting their first child together.  Kathie Lee Gifford has become a grandmother for the first time after her son Cody and daughter-in-law Erika welcomed a baby boy, named after his late grandfather Frank Gifford  The...
    The 18-year-old mass murderer who killed 21 people in Uvalde, Texas, last week ‘loved hurting animals’ according to his classmates from Uvalde High School. The shooter, Salvador Ramos, has been claimed to be a bully who provoked others in the school to pick fights and was even seen hurting dogs. “He would hurt animals and he was not a good person,” classmate Ivan Arellano told WFAA. One of his classmates told the Daily Beast, “He would try and call people names and start fights,” he said. “I remember there was one time we saw him beating a little dog senseless.” Others said that Ramos would brag about torturing animals and even live-streamed one of his acts of animal abuse on Yubo, a French live streaming platform. A Yubo user told ABC News that Ramos would “put cats in plastic bags, suspend them inside, throw them at the ground and throw them at people’s houses.” They also claim that Ramos would show all of these videos whole laughing and bragging about how he and his friends “did it all...
    The cousin of Texas gunman Salvador Ramos has revealed the teenage killer had asked her young son for details about his elementary school, just a week before going on a murderous rampage. Shelby Celeste Salazar said her son was a third grade student at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, where her 18-year-old cousin opened fire Tuesday in a horrific shooting spree that killed 19 children and two teachers. Speaking to DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview, Salazar, 28, said days before the massacre, Ramos had spoken to her son and had asked him which school he attended and what time students were let out for lunch.  'At the time I didn't think anything of it, they had a good relationship. They are second cousins,' the mother-of-four said.  Salazar and her children were living with Ramos and their grandmother, Celia Gonzalez, who was shot in the face by her grandson just before the massacre. She is the daughter of Ramos's mother's half-sister. Shelby Celeste Salazar, 28, told DailyMail.com how her cousin Salvador Ramos had asked her young son for details about his school,...
    SHE "proper loves" the large butterfly and sunflower tattoo on her left calf. But Hannah Dunne's grandmother didn't share her feelings about the dramatic new inking. 4Hannah Dunne said she "proper loved" her new tattoo on her left calf - of butterflies and sunflowersCredit: Tiktok/@hannahconstantine.xo 4But her tattoo-hating grandmother Anne didn't share her excitement over the etchingCredit: Tiktok/@hannahconstantine.xo 4The elderly woman failed to hide the disgust on her face as Hannah unveiled more of the large tattooCredit: Tiktok/@hannahconstantine.xo Hannah took to TikTok to share a video of her tattoo-hating grandmother Anne reacting to the etching, with people left in hysterics by her hilariously dramatic reaction. "POV - your grandma absolutely hates tattoos," she wrote over the video. She then shared footage of herself showing the tattoo to Anne for the first time. "Are you ready? Ready?" she asked her grandmother, before pulling her trouser leg up a tiny bit. Read more Tattoo stories'NO WORDS' My man FaceTimed me on holiday to show me a tattoo he’d got of my initialsTATT'S GOT TO HURT I have...
    (CNN)Mother's Day is typically a time of celebration, but for some women, it can be an extraordinarily painful day.In the old days, if you were estranged from your mother or had a difficult and disappointing relationship, the holiday might be cause for a little sadness. In the era of social media, that sadness can easily morph into despair and tears as you jealously watch women across Instagram and Facebook posting pictures and paeans to their "best friends" and "perfect" mothers. Kirsten PowersWhile it must be painful for men as well, there is something unique about the power of mother-daughter relationships. They are famously complicated and intense. Our mothers are our role models for how to be a woman. They are also supposed to be the people who enthusiastically love and adore us no matter what. It's why there's a saying, "a face only a mother could love." When women feel rejected and unloved by their mothers it is a deep, gnawing, existential pain -- sometimes dubbed the "mother wound" -- and I've found out the hard way that there are...
    DEAR ABBY: For more than 20 years, my mother-in-law has shown blatant favoritism toward my husband’s younger brother. Several people, including her own mother and my father-in-law, have tried to discuss it with her, but she refuses. My husband has accepted that there is nothing he can do to change her behavior. Abby, she has recently, on the rare occasions we see her (once every three to four years), started making snide comments, implying she’s “concerned,” regarding the intellect of our children, one of whom is in an AP program. While my husband accepts her lack of love for him and would never cease contact with her, I find her difficult to be around because she is just plain cruel. I would like to discourage her from visiting us in the future. Am I wrong to feel as I do? PROUD WIFE AND MOM DEAR PROUD: No. By all means keep your mother-in-law away from the grandchildren, because even though she sees them rarely, she’ll likely find some way to make them feel “less than.” Related Articles Advice...
    A mother has spoken of how she stabbed one of her pit bulls to death as it mauled her one-year-old daughter on the floor of her Los Angeles home.  Baby Ruby Cervantes was set upon by both of her grandmother's dogs in Pico Rivera on Sunday night.  The family told NBC LA the three-year-old hounds, named Butch and Raider, had never exhibited aggressive behavior prior to the shocking incident, and had been let inside for a bath when one of the dogs suddenly went for Ruby. Triggered by the baby's screams, the other dog quickly snarled into a frenzy and began tearing at the infant's limbs. Several family members desperately tried to pry the dogs' jaws off the infant to no avail - leaving mother Jamie Morales with no choice but to grab a knife and violently stab the animals. Baby Ruby Cervantes was set upon by both of her grandmother's pit bulls in Pico Rivera on Sunday night The family told NBC LA the two three-year-old hounds, named Butch and Raider, had never exhibited aggressive behavior prior to the...
    A MAN was left fuming after his wife's mum reduced his 10-year-old stepdaughter to tears by fat-shaming her. The stepdad took to Reddit's Am I the Asshole? forum to question whether or not he was in the wrong after he'd "exploded" at his step mother-in-law on the phone. 1A man hit back at his wife's mum after she fat-shamed his 10-year-old stepdaughterCredit: Getty Explaining that the 10-year-old and her six-year-old sister, who is biologically his daughter, often spend the weekends at their grandparents' house, he added that he'd started noticing the older girl had been "quiet" when he picked them up, but "wouldn’t tell me what was wrong". "This afternoon she was emotional when she got in my truck, I could tell she had been crying," he continued. "Finally after some prying she told me her grandmother is being rude to her. "She explained how she is forbidding her any treats, making comments about her body. Read more Parenting stories SILVER LINING I’m a teenager & made $70k in six months thanks to a secret...
    Editor’s note: “My Story” is where business executives share their personal and professional backgrounds and journeys that have made them who they are, in their own candid words, from the challenges of confronting stereotypes to the glory in overcoming them. Amid calls for racial justice, we can only make real change with greater awareness and understanding — and the ability to learn from each other’s experiences. Lately, I’ve been thinking about my grandmother’s life and how it shaped me into the CEO that I am today. My business is not only core to who I am as a woman, but it is also an extension of my family’s history. My grandmother, Josephine, was born in 1936 in a small town in Virginia. She worked as a nurse until she retired. She saved the lives of countless children throughout her career. She purchased a home. She raised three daughters. She survived breast cancer once, then succumbed to it in 2009. It was her journey that inspired me to change the way women… Read the full story from the Washington Business...
    EVIL Russian troops dug a 7ft pit in a Ukrainian grandmother's back garden before informing her it was a grave for HER. Tetiana Oleksiienko, 69, was left horrified by the soldier's sadistic admission as she stared death in the face. 6Tetiana Oleksiienko, 69, was horrified after seeing the 7ft pit in her gardenCredit: AP 6Russian forces have been killing civilians and carelessly dumping their bodiesCredit: Rex 6Mass graves have cropped up all over Ukraine as civilians are slaughteredCredit: AP Putin's forces had occupied her village 70km outside Kyiv, Andrivka, over a month ago forcing her to flee her home. She hid in a neighbour's cellar with her terrified daughter and grandchildren as the Russians wreaked havoc upon their homeland. After being eventually forced to emerge from her makeshift refuge as they neared starvation, brave Tetiana headed back to her beloved home. But after surfacing from her safe place, the grandmother was devastated to find her property had been destroyed by the despots. A mammoth ditch had been burrowed in the middle of her back garden that had once...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Theresa Wallace showed us one of her most prized possessions — it came from her most devastating memory. “I took it from right here,” Wallace said while motioning to part of her head. “It took 10 minutes to wash the blood out.” READ MORE: Defendant Daviyonne Dawson Appears Before Judge, Avoids Reporter Questions About Sacramento Mass ShootingHer grandson’s dreadlock is all she has left after he was gunned down in Sacramento five years ago. “I just began to scream,” she said. “I just began to scream because that was the only release that I had.” It was her only release until now. Theresa came back to Sacramento for her grandson’s murder trial on the same day of the mass shooting. But instead of preparing for the trial, she went to a memorial. The tragedy is drudging up old pain for her family. “It hit me right here because I’ve been through the exact same thing,” said her son, Halifu Appling. Theresa is now turning their pain into positive. She just started a bereavement and crisis center to...
    BOSTON (CBS) — In the last month, more than four million Ukrainians have left the country. Anya Dubovyk’s family is not among them. “This is a real genocide that is happening,” said Dubovyk, who has lived in Lowell for the last five years after living in Ukraine for three decades. READ MORE: Londonderry, NH Gas Stations Compete For Lowest PriceAnya’s mother and grandmother are in a village near Sumy, which is not far from Russia’s doorstep. Her grandmother is 91 and has Alzheimer’s. Her mobility issues make leaving the country seemingly impossible. “It’s breaking my heart,” she said. On Tuesday, Dubovyk said her mother and grandmother found their village under attack by the Russians. Her grandmother is shaken by it all. It’s also taking a toll on Anya from afar. READ MORE: Haverhill High School Student Arrested After Fight During Lunch“I wish I could cry honestly, but with all these days, I cannot cry. I think this grief is too big for crying,” she told WBZ-TV. Anya (middle) with her mother and grandmother. (WBZ-TV) On top of it...
    IN a bitter wind beside a bus destined for the Polish border, fleeing Elena Mokrenitsa wept uncontrollably. Perhaps not wanting to cry in her presence, she’d left daughter Juliana, seven, in woolly kitten hat and pink parka, onboard. 11Elena Mokrenitsa, 36, in tears as she boards the bus to Poland with her daughter Juliana, 7Credit: Chris Eades 11Elena weeps as she says goodbye to her homelandCredit: Chris Eades Now Elena was taking a solitary moment to say goodbye to her beloved homeland where her parents remain. As the bus’s exhaust fumes billowed in the -7C air, Elena tells me Juliana is “sick, coughing and scared”. Like thousands of others, they had been met at transit hub Lviv in western Ukraine by Red Cross volunteers dispensing hot food, warm clothing and compassion. As the desperate and hungry arrive from all points east, the charity helps them on to shuttle buses bound for Poland in an orderly and sensitive fashion. READ MORE ON UKRAINEAMANDA HOLDEN Ukraine horror breaks my heart - back The Sun's appeal to make a differenceYOU ARE NOT ALONE...
    A MOTHER has told of the creepy moment her two-year-old pointed at a picture of her dead great-grandmother and said "that's me." In a TikTok video, user @gi_gi216 captured the moment her daughter picks up the black-and-white photo of her grandmother and great-grandmother. 2A mother shared a TikTok of her daughter claiming to be her great-grandmotherCredit: TikTok/@gi_gi216 2When asked which one she was, Ella, two, pointed at her own great-great-grandmotherCredit: TikTok/@gi_gi216 "My two-year-old found a picture of my grandma and great grandmother. She is saying she is my great grandmother," the mom wrote as a caption alongside the hashtags #reincarnation and #creepy. The clip shows two-year-old Ella pointing at the photo and telling her mom several times, "That's me!" When the mom asks her which one she is, the toddler replies: "That’s grandma and me." When asked to point at which one is she is, Ella places her finger on her mother's great-grandmother. Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly unhappy' & 'embarrassed' as Meg revels in getting awardsSWEET WILLIAM Prince William gives rare insight into relationship with Kate MiddletonWEDDING...
    WELCOMING A grandchild into the world is so exciting, something that many grandparents would be thrilled about. But one grandmother didn’t get the same experience as many other grandparents would and she's been left heartbroken about it. 2A heartbroken grandmother has taken to Reddit to reveal that her son kept the birth of his child a secret, but now people think that she is in the wrongCredit: Getty This grandmother has taken to Reddit to reveal that her 23-year-old son hid the birth of his newborn son from her, for weeks. The grandmother was desperate to host a welcome party for her grandson, but was left heartbroken when her daughter-in-law said she wanted some time at home alone with the baby before introducing him to the family. The grandmother explained: “My son and his wife just had a baby boy. “Everyone is overjoyed and excited but there are some issues that have risen recently. “When my DIL was pregnant, I suggested that I host a welcoming party for my grandson right after she got discharged from the hospital.  “I've...
    A WOMAN didn't think her reply to her friend's news of his grandmother's passing was a valid reason for him to block her. The anonymous 23-year-old claimed she'd thought the heartless response would cheer him up. 3A woman assumed a heartless response would cheer up her friend after losing his grandmotherCredit: Getty 3She claimed she wasn't good with death so she replied with a jokeCredit: Getty "So I've known this friend for about three years now," she began on her Reddit post. "We met in college and have only actually hung out a few times in person. We don't live anywhere near each other anymore. "So nowadays our relationship is just texting and occasionally FaceTiming. "Sometimes it gets flirty but I've been seeing someone else for a few months now so anything we had kind of fizzled. "Basically, for the past month, we've been texting almost every day. "It's always friendly, mostly witty banter but we have a similar sense of dark humor so it's easy to keep a conversation." Most read in LifestyleCOURT SHOCK Prince...
    TATTOOS are often used to celebrate big occasions in a person's life. So when her grandmother turned 90, Christina decided to suggest that she get an inking to mark the special day - and said she'd get a matching one too. 4Christina and her grandmother got matching tattoos to mark the older relative's 90th birthdayCredit: @christinaam13/Tiktok 4She looked calm and collected as she sat in the tattooist's chairCredit: @christinaam13/Tiktok 4They both opted for this cherubic designCredit: @christinaam13/Tiktok "My grandmother and I got matching tattoos for her 90th birthday," she wrote on the video, which she shared to her TikTok page. The clip showed her grandma walking into the tattoo parlour using her walking frame, before signing a disclaimer and then sitting in the tattooist's chair. Both she and her grandmother opted for a cherubic tattoo - her grandma on her right upper arm and Christina on her left inner ankle. The video also showed Christina's grandfather looking on as his wife was inked, and viewers were quick to comment on the disapproving look on his...
    PICKING a name for your child is a personal decision and sometimes you just have to realise not everyone is going to like it. But one mum was left shocked when she told her nurse one of her twin daughter's names, only to be laughed at for it. 2Elizabeth was stunned by the nurse when she laughed in her face at her baby's nameCredit: @elizzabeth_e/Tiktok Elizabeth-Leslie Edwards, posted the video to her TikTok account, elizzabeth_e, where it went viral with over one million views. The mum-of-three, from the US, wrote: "When the nurse laughed at after asking what her name was." As Elizabeth shows her daughter whilst dancing in her kitchen to the song lyrics 'If you're wondering if I hate you, I do' by SZA. Elizabeth defended her baby's name, and told user's her name was Honey-Bae in the comments of the video. She wrote: "It's unique, cute, a family name and after some of my favourite Bible verses." She was shocked by the nurse and said: "I was like bro, did she really just laugh out loud in...
    A SUPER-FIT grandmother who regularly gets mistaken for her 20-year-old granddaughter has revealed how people can "reverse the ageing process" by doing six simple things. Lesley Maxwell, 64, from Melbourne, Australia, is well-known for her incredible figure, working out five times a week to maintain her rock-hard abs. 7Lesley Maxwell, 64, claims she is regularly mistaken for being her granddaughter's sisterCredit: Jam Press 7Lesley pictured with granddaughter Tia, 20Credit: Jam Press However, others who want to follow in the award-winning grandmother's footsteps – who has almost 30 fitness titles under her belt – don't need to work quite that hard at it. The size 8 grandmother, who previously said she gets more male attention that her granddaughter, has shared a simple routine that involves six easy steps – and says anyone can "reverse the ageing process". Lesley said: "I definitely think women come into their own as we become older – more confident and sexy, especially if we are fit and healthy. "We can actually reverse the ageing process through clean eating plus effective exercise. "Build the muscle and burn...
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) – A grandmother accused in a brutal attack on an Elk Grove child says she wants to set the record straight. Robin Morris, 53, says she’s innocent and that the attack, caught on video, doesn’t involve her.  The video shows three adults and a kid beating a 12 year-old-girl outside Harriet Eddy Middle School. READ MORE: Authorities Arrest Man Accused Of Raping, Murdering Rancho Cordova Woman Emma Roark“I’m going to tell you, my family is innocent. That’s the God-honest truth,” Morris told CBS13. But police arrested Morris and her 13-year-old granddaughter for assault with a deadly weapon. They also arrested the teen’s mother, 32-year-old Demetria Fowler, on charges of corporal punishment of a child and contributing to the delinquency of a child. Police are also still looking for the teen’s aunt, 30-year-old Keynisha Mitchell. “That was not me ma’am. I don’t fight kids. I don’t put my hands on kids. I don’t even hit my own kids,” said Morris. READ MORE: Will Super Bowl Weekend Bring Big Crowds To Downtown Sacramento? Restaurants Are HopefulAnd yet, all are facing...
    COMPLETING your family tree can be fun, but for one young woman it completely changed her life.  She looked into her heritage by using a company which offers DNA testing with the “most comprehensive ancestry breakdown.”  2This woman shared her recent discovery to her TikTok fansCredit: TikTok The woman, who goes by the name of 'not kennedy' on TikTok, shared her story with her followers and it has since gone viral.  She explained how her grandmother lied about her identity and “took the secret to her grave and we just found out what it was.”  The woman says: “She passed back in 2002, and at the time we thought she was born in 1933 we knew her name, we knew that she was an orphan and that she was a lonely child and that we had no other family connections to her whatsoever.  “My family was confused when we got the results back from a '23andme' test, telling us that we are African American, when my grandmother said that we were English.  FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS...
    THE quest for perfect curls can be a lengthy one. But when one woman decided to try and use her grandmother's curlers in a bid to achieve a gorgeous head of ringlets, she was left somewhat disappointed with the result. 4Stephanie was left disappointed by the results of using her grandmother's curlersCredit: TikTok/@glamzilla 4She'd been hoping that using the vintage rollers would give her perfect ringletsCredit: TikTok/@glamzilla "These are my grandmother's snap on curlers and we're going to be trying them out today," Glamzilla's Stephanie said in a video posted on her TikTok page. Stephanie began by sectioning her hair, and spraying it with water and a root-boosting product, before using the roller to twist the locks up towards her head. "Oh my God, this is going to take ages," she laughed. However, once she got into the swing of things, Stephanie managed to get her whole head in the rollers in just 20 minutes - with her boyfriend's help. "I'm going to let this set for the next four hours and then I'll be...
    A WOMAN has taken to the internet to complain about her future mother-in-law who is hell-bent on shaming her and her future groom for not helping out his daughter with her own wedding as they simultaneously plan theirs. She even tried forcing her to buy her future stepdaughter’s $14,000 wedding dress and called the couple “heartless” when they refused.  3What was supposed to be a nice family event turned into a dramatic show when the bride's grandmother went after her future stepmother 3The grandmother tried getting the bride's future stepmother to pay for her $14,000 bridal gown in front of everyone presentCredit: Getty According to the woman, who took her complaints to an anonymous post on Reddit, she is getting married in May while her fiancé’s 25-year-old daughter is tying the knot in June. They have not offered his daughter any money to help with her special day – nor has she asked – and the grandmother, who is the poster’s future mother-in-law, is absolutely furious.  “His mother is very upset that we aren't paying for his daughter's wedding and...
    Two Kentucky infants remarkably survived being picked up by a tornado while sheltering inside a bathtub, according to their grandmother. Clara Lutz, the babies' grandmother, said she placed 3-month-old Dallas and 15-month-old Kaden inside the tub with a blanket and a bible on Friday during a tornado warning. TEEN SHOOTS ROBBER IN THE FACE AFTER HE TRIED TO CHOKE HIS MOTHER DURING PIZZA SHOP HOLDUP "Next thing I knew, the tub had lifted and it was out of my hands," Lutz explained to WFIE-TV. "I couldn’t hold on. I just – oh my God." Lutz was reportedly struck in the back of the head by a water tank during the storm. She searched frantically through the rubble of her house for the children after the storm had passed. "All I could say was, ‘Lord please bring my babies back safely. Please, I beg thee,’" she said. The infants were miraculously found unharmed underneath the flipped-over bathtub, which had landed in the backyard, according to a report. Officials from the Hopkins County Sheriff's Office...
    ANY parent will tell you that finding good, affordable childcare is a nightmare, so plenty of people look to family members to help out. Really fortunate parents have relatives who are willing to lend a hand and live close enough to get stuck in. 1The grandma explained that she would only babysit if her daughter paid her £9 per hourCredit: Getty But one grandmother explained that, while she's happy to babysit, she would expect to be paid £9 an hour for her time - a suggestion that has people divided. The grandparent said that, as her daughter will soon go back to work from maternity leave, she's been asked take on the childcare for two or three days a week. Taking to Reddit, she said: "She works five days a week, about 7-8 hours a day from 7.30am-3pm, and asked me if I would be willing to babysit her son either two or three days a week." In response, the grandmother said she'd be happy to but asked for an hourly wage of £9 in exchange for her time....
    A NETIZEN has told of their harrowing experience after their Google phone malfunctioned as they tried to call emergency services. In a recent viral post, the Reddit user described how the terrifying ordeal left them unable to call an ambulance for their grandmother, who appeared to be having a stroke at the time. 2A Reddit user has told of their harrowing experience after their Google phone prevented them from calling an ambulance for their grandmother, who appeared to be having a strokeCredit: Getty As they plugged 911 into their Google Pixel 3 device, their phone allegedly froze, preventing them from speaking to an operator. Fortunately, they were eventually able to get hold of an ambulance service using a landline phone. "I had to call an ambulance for the grandmother on Friday as she appeared to be having a stroke," Reddit user KitchenPicture5849 wrote on the popular r/GooglePixel forum last week. "I got off a phone call with my mom, and proceeded to dial 911 just by typing and calling on my pixel. "My phone got stuck immediately after one ring...
    A WISCONSIN nursing-student reveals her grandmother, 79, was one of the victims killed at the Waukesha Christmas parade, which left five dead and many injured. Gabrielle Kamentz posted the news to her Facebook account on Sunday night claiming her grandmother, Virginia Sorenson was “killed at Waukesha parade by evil Darrell Brooks.” 6Gabrielle and Virginia were very close 6Gabrielle's tribute 6Virginia was a registered nurse She wrote: “I’m sure most of you have seen the news. What happened tonight in Waukesha is horrific… and unfortunately, my grandmother was one of the victims of this horrible tragedy tonight. “I’m so angry and sad and hurt that someone that evil took my grandmother away from me,” she added.  “She had such a good heart. Such a good soul. She was the glue that held my family together. I'm still in shock and trying to process this as I write. “Her memory will always live with me. As I continue through nursing school, I will live that legacy for her. My grandmother was an incredible nurse,” the tribute continued.  “I’m so proud to be...
    A CONCERNED mother has shared a gut-wrenching experience she endured with her children: They don’t quite believe she’s their real mom. The occurrence came after the children’s babysitter openly called them her own kids. 3A mother fired her children's babysitter when her oldest child asked if she was her real momCredit: Getty 3The child told the mom that the babysitter, a friend of the child's grandmother, tried convincing her and her brother that she was her real momCredit: Getty The children’s babysitter happened to be their grandmother's friend who offered to watch the kids for free. The mother of two originally said she declined the offer, but her mother-in-law insisted. The mother admitted “everything was perfect” at first, and applauded the woman for always being on time, feeding her kids, and respecting their bedtime.   Her world was rocked, though, when her eldest child, who was four at the time of the incident, asked her if she is her “real mommy.” "I was confused, and asked her what she meant,” the mom wrote in her post. “Well turns out, [my mother-in-law’s]...
    A DISTRAUGHT mother has shared her frustrations about how both her husband and his mom are not respecting her wishes regarding how her child is raised. The new mom, although upset, took to Reddit to gauge whether or not she is being too controlling. 3A grandmother is refusing to feed her granddaughter breast milk from her mom 3The mother is furious with her mother-in-law, but her husband is not supporting herCredit: Getty The mother explained that her daughter is “exclusively” breast fed, but her mother-in-law refuses to give the baby breast milk and instead provides her with formula.  Apparently, the grandmother has some unconventional beliefs about breast milk. “She said to my face breast milk is dirty because mothers who have s*x pollute their own bodies,” the frustrated mother wrote in her post.  “She has never liked me and I’ve tried to get along with her, but my husband just keeps his head down and refuses to speak up in my defense.” To make matters worse, the grandmother simply throws out her daughter-in-law’s breast milk instead of giving it back.  ...
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