Here are some links we’ve been reading around the web this week. Hope you like them too.


Cheers to NY for making history with tampons. (Seriously, this is fantastic.)

More cheers for the three fashion brands committing to an Equal Pay Pledge in addition to plenty of other major companies. May they be the first of many.

You’ve seen the viral hit featuring dads stacking Cheerios on babies? Now see moms stacking donuts on dads.

Here’s how to get a free Amazon credit from early ebook purchases which is probably already waiting in your account.

While you’re at it, go get those free Ticketmaster ticket credits! Duran Duran reunion, anyone?

Just launched series: Elena of Avalor, featuring Disney’s first Latina Princess (at top).

The award for the world’s best dad ever. Seriously. Wow.

Huge congrats to Chelsea Clinton and the birth of her new baby, just in time for Father’s Day.


DIY graphic beach towels from Studio DIY: So clever!

Whoo, summer is finally here! We’re loving this tutorial for DIY graphic beach towels.

Our favorite Shark Week picks for kids. Good ones, too!

Salad season! Have you been washing your lettuce wrong all these years?

5 free summer reading challenges for kids

Road trip season means great road trip snack tips for families.

A teen designs one amazing African-print prom dress, scores huge fashion coverage!

One new reason to look save up for a Universal Orlando Resort visit (besides Harry Potter of course).

Gamer Developer Barbie is here and yes she can actually code and not get help from “Steven.”

5 smart tips to help keep from oversnacking.

King & King: One of the best LGBT children's books

Leave it to Brain Pickings to put together the best LGBT books for children. Shown here: King and King by Linda de Haan and Stern Nijland (amazon affiliate link or your local library)

More help for parents: 12 of our favorite books for talking to your kids about prejudice and diversity.


This one’s just for adults and our older kids who like dark stuff:  The outrageous Instagram account of 19 year old makeup artist Saida Mickevecute. Amazing. And intense. Too early to start thinking Halloween?

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