Web Coolness: artwork for a children’s hospital, speaking out against bullies, and National Hispanic Heritage Month recipes

Here are some of our favorite links from around the web this week. We hope you like them too. 


Wooberry dolls

Love seeing the adorable Wooberry Custom Dolls in a series of endearing prints for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis.

Today marks the second annual Strong Start Day for Postpartum Progress, a day to help build awareness for postpartum depression and other pregnancy- and childbirth-related mental health issues.


Do you shy away from the camera? Read this beautiful post by Allison Tate, and it may change how you feel.

Whoa! Check out this oversized Stokke Tripp-Trapp on display at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

Have you seen this brave news anchor speak out against a viewer’s attempt to shame her for her weight? Liz then asked whether shaming is different from bullying, and her readers’ comments are so insightful.

Cafe Mom’s Coffee Shop Confessions admits that, sometimes, It’s Better When My Husband is Gone! 


They Might Be Giants needed help to finish their Alphabet of Nations video, and we love the globe-trotting finished product. Also very cool: their effort to raise money for the Global Fund for Children.


We are so supportive of what Project Girl Performance Collective is doing in honor of the International Day of the Girl on October 11th. 


So powerful: One Mom Stood Up, a post to inspire awareness for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 

Intriguing: when an anniversary gift is a type of insurance so that there will be future anniversaries.


Pinterest Board of the Week: Spanglish Baby’s The Culture of Food board has great ideas this October in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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