Here are some links we’ve liked reading around the web this week. We hope you like them too.

 

It’s Women’s History Month! Check out this DIY Frida Kahlo Easter egg tutorial (or Easter huevos?) at Little Inspiration.

Learning about Jane Goodall.

10 celebs standing up for women’s empowerment.

Get hopping…or shopping with this list of the coolest bunny Easter basket gifts for kids of all ages.

Another challenge to homework: Kids should learn primarily through play until they’re 8.

Wow, huge: Birth months correlated with ADHD diagnosis. Or, misdiagnosis? (h/t blurb)

New Plae shoes for kids designed by SF street artist Oliver Roan. Cool!

Recovering from St. Pat’s? Check out Kristen’s honest post on what happened after trying a 3-day juice cleanse.

15 brilliant smartphone camera hacks that will make parents’ lives way easier.

Did you look like this when you were in labor?

Where it’s acceptable to breastfeed your baby. (Tongue planted firmly in cheek.)

Super cool new shoe collab between Plae and artist Oliver Black.

TED Talk with cartoonist Liza Donnelly: How humor can change the world

Original Mo Willems sketches now on display at the NY Historical Society

Must-visit in NYC: The new Art and Whimsy of Mo Willems exhibit at the New York Historical Society, opening this weekend, including original sketches and artwork, tours, photo opps with Elephant and Piggie, and signings with one of our favorite children’s book authors. Can’t wait!

Run a wonderful nonprofit? See how you can be quoted in this book by Aliza Sherman and Beth Kanter.

One really nice thing you can do today in seconds.

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