5-year-old spends her arcade tickets on toys for others

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In trending news this morning, a girl spends her arcade winnings on toys for the less fortunate, plus Facebook is getting a lot more musical, and parents personalize wine bottles for their son's teachers.

First up, ​a 5-year-old little girl is celebrating the real spirit of Christmas by giving back, with a little help from dad and a lot of time spent playing games at Dave & Busters. Geneva has saved up her winning tickets playing arcades and games for two years. But she's not spending them buying prizes for herself.

She decided to spend her hard earned tickets buying toys for kids in need. Dave and busters heard about what Geneva was up to and doubled her tickets to more than 100-thousand. That's a lot of toys.

Also trending, Facebook users will soon have a new way to jazz up their videos. The social media giant has reached a deal to license the universal music group's catalog. That means its songs will be available to use in posts on Facebook, as well as Instagram and Oculus, the company's virtual reality focused division.

Universal is the first major record company to license its music to Facebook. Artists with the group include Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Adele -- the list goes on.

Lastly, a couple in Ohio got their son's teachers something to make them ring in the New Year with a smile. They bought bottles of wine and replaced the label with a picture of their son. A message was added: "Our child might be the reason you drink....So enjoy this bottle on us."

The older brother of the drink-inducing child tweeted about his parents' gift idea and it has gone viral.