Here are the coolest things we’ve been seeing around the web this week. Hope you like them too.
Holy moly…breastfeeding yoga photos! What an incredible way for this athlete to bond with her daughter while practicing handstands. Check out Carlee Benear’s Instagram feed — it’s awesome.
And for us mortal moms, here are some apps to make breastfeeding easier. No yoga required.
Be sure you’re aware of these updated breast-pump cleaning guidelines!
Our Facebook fans have a lot to say about the idea that second-born children are more likely to be troublemakers.
Would you call out a friend’s sexist pregnancy announcement? Wow, some story.
Love this piece from Melissa Harris Perry on #SquadCare vs #SelfCare. Find your village, mamas!
An attractive upcycle: This stylish cup is made from coffee waste.
How to help uncover racial bias in our children — and what to do about it.
The NAACP perspective on school choice that’s definitely worth reading.
Help tweens and teens get in more summer reading with these 8 must-read books for kids who want to stay woke.
So inspired by these parents who started the Raising Our Future PAC, focusing on social justice, universal education, and working families.
Concern about Zika is popping up again. Here are our recommendations for the best safe bug sprays for Zika virus protection and tech solutions to help you stay mosquito-free.
A mother writes a letter to her pre-special-needs-parent self and it’s lovely.
A statistic about the Chicago birth rate we could have predicted.
How artist Cinta Tort Cartro is using art and photography to celebrate stretch marks. Wow.
Paying someone to do your chores does make people happier, says this study.
Thanks to NPR for including our Hamilton party post in their article on what a real Hamilton-inspired meal would look like. (i.e. Probably not these Schuyler Sister cakes from Natalia Rostova, but the cakes are cuter!)
This week’s Twitter win: After 30 years, he never did give you up/let you down.