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This cute baby is very confused by his dad's twin brother

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A couple in New York used their unique situation to a confuse a little baby.

Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul are twins.

So are their wives.

Stephen Ratpojanakul told BuzzFeed News that he met his wife, Carroll Ratpojanakul, through his brother Michael Ratpojanakul's wife, Caryn.

Both twins think they are identical, but have not confirmed it through any DNA testing.

Stephen and Carroll Ratpojanakul are parents to 16-month-old Reed.

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When Reed came over to his uncle and aunt's house, Stephen and Michael Ratpojanakul figured they'd test him to see if he knew who his dad was, and got it on video.

First, Reed is in his dad's arms, and points to his uncle, Michael Ratpojanakul.

"Dada," Reed says, and reaches for him.

When he is handed to his uncle and looks back at his dad, he says, "Dada," and reaches for Stephen Ratpojanakul.

The brothers erupt in laughter.

The Facebook post, uploaded Frday, has over 9 million views.

Family members say they've tried the same trick in the past with Reed's mom and aunt, but it didn't work.

"No matter how identical they are, a baby always knows his mama,” Stephen Ratpojanakul said.

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When your dad is a twin...Posted by Stephen Ratpojanakul on Thursday, February 4, 2016

Super mom gets 4 babies ready for bed in time-lapse video

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Bedtime can be challenging for many parents, but it is especially challenging for one Ontario, Canada, family.

In a video posted Thursday, mom Corrie Whyte first gets her 8-month-old triplets Jackson, Olivia and Levi ready for bed.

In the meantime, her oldest daughter, 2-year-old Emily, jumps around the bed.

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Although mom is the star of the video, Whyte said she gets a lot of help from her husband, Dan Gibson.

"To know you can rely on each other is helpful and makes life a lot easier," Whyte told ABC News. "Dan is an amazing dad who has been involved in every way from the very beginning, and I always say if Dan wasn't there, I wouldn't have made it out of the hospital."

Whyte and Gibson run The Baby Gang, a website that the couple said "represents everything baby" and is inspired by their four children.

And although the video has over 48 million views, Whyte said, "Every mom is a super mom, in my opinion."

Watch the rambunctious bunch and the hard working mom below.

Posted by The Baby Gang on Thursday, February 4, 2016

Police officers do the 'Cupid Shuffle' with kids in their neighborhood

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Two police officers are getting a lot of attention for their spontaneous dance moves at a community event.

The Bakersfield, California, police officers enjoyed games and dancing with members of their community, including doing the “Cupid Shuffle.”

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The Bakersfield Police Department posted a video on Facebook of two officers dancing with members of the community.

The event was put together by the Bakersfield Safe Streets Partnership, an organization that works to decrease community violence, according to the department's Facebook page.

"The Bakersfield Police Department participated with other organizations and community partners," the department said. "Our officers enjoyed playing games, dancing and interacting with the residents of our community. "

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BSSP Community Outreach Event- BPDBakersfield Safe Streets Partnership held a community outreach event yesterday where the Bakersfield Police Department participated with other organizations and community partners. Our officers enjoyed playing games, dancing, and interacting with the residents of our community. These two officers showed their dance moves doing the “Cupid Shuffle!”Posted by Bakersfield Police Department on Friday, February 5, 2016

Skaters use unique method to help boars off frozen lake

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Mashable reported that a group of skaters was on a tour of Båven, a lake in Sweden, when it encountered four wild boars.  The animals were struggling to cross the lake, sliding and unable to stand properly. >> Read more trending stories Since wild boars can be aggressive when approached, the Swedish skaters found an innovative, safer way to remove the wild boars. Taking the curling approach, the skaters used push brooms to gently nudge the boars off the lake and onto land. The boars made it on land without incident. The Swedish nature site Natursidan reported that the boars ran out of food on the small island in the lake and ventured out. Video of the rescue can be seen below. <iframe src="" width="390" height="219" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>

This cute dog was caught on video destroying an apartment

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A dog was so bored at home that she got into a lot of mischief.

And her owner's home camera system caught it all.

The video was posted by YouTuber Justinas Saturday and it has over 200,000 views.

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A 2 1/2 minute video shared by People shows the golden retriever rummaging through her owner's things across an unientified apartment.

The 9-month-old dog goes from chewing a stuffed toy to what looks like a textbook to a yoga mat.

By the time one of her owners comes home, she happily greets her with one of her dog toys in her mouth.

Like most videos on YouTube, it was met with criticism.

"This dog is clearly not trained properly," Cameron Hunter said.

"Golden retrievers are working dogs," one commenter said. "They need not only a lot of exercise, but a lot of mental stimulation too. It's very clear that the dog is merely bored senseless and it's trying to entertain itself."

Others were more constructive, offering advice to avoid the same thing happening again, like more toys and company.

One of the dog's parents responded to criticism on Reddit, saying that he appreciates the advice for his young family's first pet.

"We'll get her more toys and more physical activities, but it's really not that big of a deal for us if she rips apart a book or a yoga mat once in a while. It's all pleasures of having a puppy," he said.

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Little boy serenades mom with 'You Are So Beautiful'

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A video of a little boy serenading his mom with a sweet rendition of Joe Cocker's “You Are So Beautiful” is stealing hearts all across the Internet.

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DeLeatra Harris posted the video of her 5-year-old to Facebook Jan. 19. Little Josiah even caresses his mom’s cheek while singing the song.

“When he sings to me I feel like the greatest mother in the world,” Harris told ABC News. “When he sings, I see a little boy made out of love!”

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He didnt know I was recording!!! I love when he sings to me!!Posted by DeLeatra Harris on Monday, January 19, 2015

NFL highlights 'Super Bowl babies' in promotion for Super Bowl 50

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There are certain days that correlate to a rise in births each year, New Year's, Valentine's Day, and according to the NFL the Super Bowl is one of them.

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To help promote this week's big game between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos in San Francisco they got together a choir of Super Bowl babies to sing a remake of Seal's 1994 song "Kiss From a Rose."

Seal himself also makes an appearance in the ad.

The video includes performers as young as the 1-year-old Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl babies and as seasoned as the babies from the Green Bay Packers' 1967 victory in Super Bowl I.

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Super Bowl ad features adorable weiner dogs tackling condiments

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A cute Super Bowl ad kicks off a new campaign for Heinz called "Meet the Ketchups."

The ad features dachshunds dressed in hot dog costumes running toward a family of condiments in a large open field as a ballad version of Badfinger's "Without You" plays.

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"It was certainly something that required quite a bit of orchestration in terms of having dozens of wiener dogs," Heinz vice president of marketing Michelle St. Jacques told Mashable. "We had to make sure we got them all running in the right direction."

The condiments are all in Heinz range, including barbecue sauce, mustard, and the classic ketchup.

A child is dressed as a ketchup packet.

"When people think about Heinz they usually think about ketchup, but we actually have a much bigger family. We wanted to make sure we did it in a compelling visual way,"  St. Jacques said. "What is more compelling than a stampede of hot dogs?"

The weenie dogs run into the embrace of the condiments in what looks like an adorable match.

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Sheriff's deputy dances to celebrate his retirement

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A Colorado deputy’s quiet retirement celebration inside an elevator has gone viral.

Footage from inside an elevator at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office shows Deputy Tony Scherb dancing to rapper Silentó’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).”

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Scherb retired from the Sheriff’s Office after 29 years of service, according to the Sheriff’s Office. They said that during his time with the department, he committed himself to volunteering in the community.

In the 3-minute video, Scherb is joined by several colleagues who dance along with him, until their boss suddenly walks in and they straighten up and put on serious faces.

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Diagnosis: Excessive Dancing.Posted by EPC Sheriff's Office on Friday, January 29, 2016

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