Woman jumps from moving car after seeing spider leaving her child behind, causing wreck

Woman jumps from moving car after seeing spider leaving her child behind, causing wreck

Woman jumps from moving car after seeing spider leaving her child behind, causing wreck

Woman jumps from moving car after seeing spider leaving her child behind, causing wreck

If you hate spiders, you’ll totally understand what happened here . . . up to a point. Because no phobia should put other people’s LIVES at risk

A 35-year-old woman named Angela Kipp was leaving her house last Friday in Syracuse, Indiana. (About 140 miles north of Indianapolis.)

And while she was backing out of her driveway, she saw a SPIDER on her shoulder . . . FREAKED OUT . . . and jumped OUT of her car. She didn’t take the time to put it in park . . . and if you’re afraid of spiders, you understand why.

But that was a problem for two reasons. First, her car kept rolling down the driveway. Second, her nine-year-old SON was still in the back seat. I don’t care how afraid of spiders you are, that’s not cool. Because what if the spider then went for HIM. (???)

It sounds like the kid’s a little better in a crisis situation than his mom is though, because he immediately climbed into the front seat and tried to stop the car.

Unfortunately, he hit the gas instead of the brake . . . the car sped up . . . backed into the road . . . and slammed into a SCHOOL BUS that was driving by.

Luckily he only suffered minor injuries, there weren’t any kids on the bus, and the bus driver was okay. But there’s a picture of Angela’s car, and it looks like it was totaled.

Apparently the Big Trend in Baby Names Is Making It Unclear Whether You Have a Boy or a Girl

Apparently the Big Trend in Baby Names Is Making It Unclear Whether You Have a Boy or a Girl

Apparently the Big Trend in Baby Names Is Making It Unclear Whether You Have a Boy or a Girl

Apparently the Big Trend in Baby Names Is Making It Unclear Whether You Have a Boy or a Girl

Gender has been a huge discussion topic in America this year, mainly because we let “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” dictate our national news cycle.

And apparently the big trend in baby names so far this year is keeping things as gender-ambiguous as possible.

BabyCenter.com says the names that are seeing the biggest jumps in popularity this year are unisex ones.

The top 10 are: Amari, Karter, Phoenix, Quinn, Reese, River, Rory, Rowan, Sawyer, and Taylor. All of those have been going to more boys AND girls than they did in 2014.

According to Babycenter, the reason is, quote, “Millennials are an open-minded and accepting group, and they don’t want their children to feel pressured to conform to stereotypes that might be restrictive.

“Just as companies have started making more neutral kids’ clothes and taking ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ labels off toys, an increasing number of parents are choosing unisex names.”

(BabyCenter / Yahoo)