Iguana Steal My Burger18s

Iguana Steal My Burger

Max Mannion, 9, was relaxing with his family on a Mexican beach when the 2-foot-long critter leaped onto his sunbed. The brazen lizard seized the burger bun and sprinted away across the sand to enjoy its free lunch. The startled Max yells “Get off me burger!” before the nimble reptile dashes off. His mother Lindsey, 43, filmed the hilarious moment on March 28 while the family was on a two-week holiday in the Riviera Maya resort during the Easter holidays. “There was eight of us in total, four kids and four adults. We were all screaming on the sunbeds. The hotel is set in the rainforest in the middle of nowhere. There was signs everywhere saying ‘do not feed the animals’ because it destroys the ecosystem, but they just nick the food,” Lindsey said. “There were loads of iguanas roaming the beach. Their bins all have the lids on and they came out from nowhere, knocked the top of the bin off and they were in the bin nicking hot dogs and stuff. “It was the funniest thing. They are obviously wise to it, I don’t know how you stop them from eating it. “My little girl Nancy was screaming, ‘mummy!’ We were oblivious until he jumped under the umbrella ready to pounce … He looked at Nancy – that’s why she was screaming – but she didn’t have any food. Max was trying to guard his burger … Max loves his food and he won’t let anyone near his food. “But an iguana cleared off with his burger.

Kid Does Michael Jackson Dance54s

Kid Does Michael Jackson Dance

Known as the "King of Pop," Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 to June 25, 2009) was a best-selling American singer, songwriter and dancer. and this little girl dancing like king of pop michael jackson her dance beat will make you move

When Kids Learn to Walk - new skills of The Cuteness 36s

When Kids Learn to Walk - new skills of The Cuteness

a baby learn to walk her step her curiosity make me smile. Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they're 14 or 15 months old. Don't worry if your child takes a little longer, though. Some perfectly normal children don't walk until they're 16 or 17 months old. During her first year, your baby is busy developing coordination and muscle strength in every part of her body. She'll learn to sit, roll over, and crawl before moving on to pulling up and standing at about 9 months. You can encourage your baby to walk by standing or kneeling in front of him and holding out your hands. Or you might hold both his hands and let him walk toward you. He'll probably also enjoy a toddle truck or push toy that he can hold on to as he walks. (Look for toddle toys that are stable and have a wide base of support.) Always make sure your baby has a soft, safe environment in which to hone his new skills. Follow standard childproofing guidelines, and never leave your baby unattended.