Here are some links we’ve been reading around the web this week. Hope you like them too.
Sweet ideas for keepsake gifts for adoptive parents.
Hilarious video guide to sex during pregnancy. Or lack thereof.
Interesting take on the Oscars Best Picture fiasco: Blame typography.
If you fell in love with Fences, check out the August Wilson documentary on PBS.
Fantastic photos of a little girl recreating historic black women from Bessie Coleman to Misty Copeland.
Realizing dreams you never allowed yourself to have… The Moonlight best picture acceptance speech that Barry Jenkins should have been able to give. In full. (And can we say just one more time? Go. See. It.)
From the “duh” files: Studies show women are more stressed than men.
In the beginning there was a child who contained all the world’s joy… gorgeous post from Sarah Piazza about new motherhood.
A real mom’s guide to putting a child to bed…in 34 simple steps.
Kudos to Stephanie Johnson, Delta’s first black female captain. But wow, how is this just happening now?
Must-read article from Dani McClain: What it’s like to be black and pregnant and how it’s different from being white and pregnant.
Love discovering the handmade scarves from Austin Etsy shop Little Minnow Designs. Perfect for spring! (h/t Dan Rather. Long story.)
Why OBs are now waiting longer to cut the umbilical cord after childbirth.
The panda video our kids can’t stop watching! (Okay, we can’t either.)
Aw, NYC’s infamous Hipster Cop retires.
Need more terrific reading when you’re done with all these links? Check out Elan Morgan’s weekly Five-Star Mix Tape, which rounds up superior, well-written articles and blog posts from all kinds of genres. You can even submit your own idea.