Here’s what we’ve been reading around the Web this week. Hope you like them too.


Ooh, gorgeous new accessories from a new-to-us designer in our indie shop this month.

Like our kids won’t go totally nuts for the new Frozen short film that’s coming out next spring.

Turns out peanut oil is in the least likely place. Must-read for parents of kids (or their kids’ friends) with serious allergies.

5 much-needed tips from our editor Kristen on how to bring your vacation back home with you. Sigh.

It’s Child Protection Month, and our friends at Little Pickle Press are donating 25% of book sales all month to support a terrific organization for kids. Great excuse to buy their fantastic books!



Web coolness this week: Interactive food mashups chart at Fast Co Design

The world’s best (and worst) food mashups in a cool interactive graphic. Sloppy Joe Donuts, anyone?

Must-see Ted Talk on how to raise a strong daughter.

Fun to watch with grade-schoolers: Video featuring 5 famous stories from history we all have wrong.

Tired of your house? How to fall in love with where you live all over again.

Great story: How mailbox stickers are building friendships among neighbors. [via Swiss Miss]

And a heartfelt thanks to all of our readers who helped to provide 60,000 life-saving vaccines to kids around the world through the UN Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign.


Pinterest Board of the Week: Loving all the the bold, bright colors on And We Play’s Color board for pure inspiration and cheer.


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