by Team Henné <3 / Nov 02, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (11.2.21)

Trick or Treat


BIG BROTHERS DRESS UP FOR HALLOWEEN WITH LITTLE SISTER IN ADORABLE TRADITION

Halloween is just days away, but mom of four Patti Schmidt has been thinking about it for a while now. Five years to be exact.

With three grown sons, the New Jersey-based photographer found out she was pregnant again at age 44.

"Initially they were as surprised as we first were, and that quickly turned to excitement," Schmidt told TODAY Parents of sons Larry, 28, Patrick, 26, and Gavin, 22. "By the time I turned 40 I had given up hope for another baby, but there were other plans in store for us."

Schmidt realized her youngest, Avery, now 5, would not share the same childhood memories at Halloween as her sons have, so the family embarked on a new tradition.

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Source: TODAY


ARMY DAD RETURNS AFTER A YEAR TO SURPRISE SON AT A FOOTBALL GAME

Ninth-grader, Husky Fred Grooms, gets a surprise visit from his father, who's been deployed for a year.

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Source: GMA


SERVICE DOG FOR MOM ALSO HELPS DOG SIBLING WHO LOST HEARING

Kinley lost her hearing when she was six months old from undetermined causes and has been fully deaf ever since. Sometimes, her lack of hearing makes her a bit anxious when she doesn’t know what’s going on around her — but that anxiety immediately got better as soon as Lily came around.

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Source: Healthy Happy News


CALIFORNIA MAN WADES INTO FLOODWATERS TO RESCUE DROWNING KITTEN

A California man waded out into floodwaters to rescue a struggling kitten from drowning, and his wife caught the moment on video.

Skip Campbell, who lives in the Cottage Park area of Sacramento, said his wife, Nancy, heard a noise outside during the recent flooding so he went out to investigate.

Campbell told KTXL-TV he looked into the flooded street "and saw a little head bobbing up."

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Source: UPI


HOW TO SUSTAINABLY DISPOSE OF YOUR HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS

Halloween is officially over, but do you know what’s even scarier than ghosts and ghouls? That decomposing jack-o-lantern on your front porch. Rather than throwing your fuzzy gourds into the trash, use one of these more eco-friendly methods to dispose of your spooky decorations.

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Source: The Optimist Daily