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This Boy Grew His Hair For Two Years So He Could Donate It To His Friend

For two years, Tyler Boone has grown his hair out with one goal in mind: to cut it and donate it to his friend who lost her hair.

According to ABC Action News WFTS, Boone’s friend Gabby Ruiz has alopecia, a disorder that causes her to lose her hair. To help Ruiz get a wig, Boone decided to grow his hair for two years.

“I just want to make her happy,” he told the station.

Before 2016 ended, Ruiz herself was able to cut off 12 inches of Boone’s hair. Children With Hair Loss, an organization that provides wigs at no cost for kids who have lost their hair, will ensure Ruiz receives her wig.

After WFTS posted the story on its Facebook page on Dec. 29, commenters shared their praise for Boone and his generous gesture.

“This is so sweet, I am so happy when I hear stories like these,” one commenter wrote. “What a beautiful heart this boy has,” wrote another.

Ruiz thinks her selfless friend is “a great person,” too.

“He’s amazing,” she said.

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Mom Uses Fruits And Veggies To Show How Much Her Baby Grew During Pregnancy

When California designer and home decor shop owner Nicole Mendez was pregnant with her second child, she came up with a great way to document her growing belly.

Inspired by BabyCenter’s “How big is your baby?” list, which uses corresponding fruits and vegetables to track a fetus’ size throughout pregnancy, Mendez purchased the produce and held each one in front of her stomach at various times during her nine months.

“Having something tangible to hold up to your belly really helps you to visualize your baby’s size, and makes you realize how fast they grow!” she told The Huffington Post.

Scroll down to see the mom’s clever photo series and head over to her website for more.

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David Cassidy On Danny Bonaduce: ‘He Finally Grew Up’

When “The Partridge Family,” debuted in 1970, viewers fell in love with the wholesome family musical act and its cast of kids rose to instant fame. While lead vocalist David Cassidy had already appeared on television and Broadway, his younger, freckle-faced co-star Danny Bonaduce was experiencing the limelight for the first time.

“Child actors in those days, it was very difficult for them to move on,” Cassidy says in the above clip from “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” “And once they weren’t cute kids anymore, Hollywood rejected them. The television and film business has never really been kind or compassionate, in general.”

After the “The Partridge Family” ended in 1974, 15-year-old Bonaduce soon found himself using drugs and living on the streets of Hollywood. “He went through a very, very difficult period, I mean for many years,” Cassidy says.

Today, Cassidy says he and Bonaduce are still friends. “Danny and I have seen one another, we saw each other a lot until last year when he moved to Seattle with his wife,” he shares. “His wife is a beautiful person — just straightened his butt out big time. He’s now, ‘Yes, dear.’ He finally grew up and we’ve been friends. I love him. He’s a really good human being. He’s extremely talented.”

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