British filmmaker Daniel Brace wanted to see the world from his 2-year-old daughter Olivia's point of view. So Brace strapped a head-cam onto Olivia and recorded her playing hide-and-go-seek with him at their home. The video runs just over 3 minutes, and it's generating quite a response on YouTube.
The video of the energetic 2-year-old has been viewed more than a half-million times in just five days. People are commenting on how playful Olivia is. One person said, "This is the cutest video I've ever seen." Another person wrote, "I loved watching every minute of it. I felt like I was a kid again."
Many other parents also have the same curiosity about what's going on in the minds of their kids. A mother from Queens, New York, conducted a similar experiment with her 5-year-old on the playground.
When we were young and did well on a homework assignment, we could not wait to take it home and display it on the refrigerator. One recent high school graduate took displaying her assignments to another level. Kara Koskowich, a 17-year-old from Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, used about 75 pieces of old math assignments to make a one-shoulder dress for graduation. She used Post-its to make the belt.
So why did she decide to make this creative ensemble? Kara said it wasn't about "spend your money, you have to look this nice, you have to fit into this mold of grad." Her desire was to be innovative without spending a lot of money for her dress. She explained that the dress is meant to look like an explosion.
Kara does possess some similar traits with her classmates. She said she tends to procrastinate. In fact, she did not complete her homemade dress until the night before graduation.
Kara's equally creative friend, Dorothy Graham, wore a dress she made of plastic shopping bags.