It’s Friday, which means it’s time for our favorite links from around the web. We hope you enjoy them as much as we all have.

 

This fun photo series models children as great female role models through history. [h/t buzzfeed]

Speaking of which, Happy 80th birthay to Jane Goodall!

Did we get you with this April Fool’s joke on Cool Mom Tech? (Sorry!)

Why people associate pink with girls. (For the record, we’ve always thought boys look great in pink.)

A case for not leaning in and more sanity in our lives.

Top children’s book authors and illustrate protest excessive school testing, including Maya Angelou, Sandra Boynton, Judy Blume, Paul Zelinsky and Rosemary Wells.

Do you move a lot? Find comfort in this post about being an accidental nomadic family.

You can support our friend Katherine Stone of Postpartum Progress and her Climb Out of the Darkness fundraiser for women with PPD.

Partridge Family lunch box | photo: gtykal on flickr

These retro lunch boxes at Modern Kiddo are really taking us back. [photo: gtykal]

Must read: 10 ways children screwed us up as parents. Hilarious.

3 great bedtime books that won’t put parents to sleep.

Everything you need to know about the new Amazon Fire streaming media service.

NYC moms: Don’t miss Maira Kalman signing her new children’s book at MoMA Saturday. We’ll be there!

Philly moms: Drive your kids downtown Friday night to see the world’s largest Tetris board.

Pinterest board of the week: Addicted to the Happy Home board by Walk in Love.