Here are the coolest things we’ve been seeing around the web this week. Hope you like them too.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s latest project is just for kids. Check out the video!

Laughing at this all-girl Lord of the Flies parody. Because is that really the remake we need right now?

New must-have: We’re absolutely in love with this new picture book for kids from a favorite adult author.

Beautiful post from one of our favorite digital moms: 13 things I want for my teenager.

How much time do you really need to spend playing with your kids? 

Getting your kids to eat better: Really terrific tips that make it easy.

female high-school quarterback who’s going places! (Like, the end zone.)

Amazing article: The top-selling Getty stock images for the search term “woman” over the years. How far we’ve come!

This 6-year-old LEGO Master has plenty of experience, if you’d like to hire him.

How the Toronto International Film Festival is combatting sexism in the film industry.

Lite-Brite has gotten a modern upgrade and our kids are in love!

A Die Hard Holiday Christmas illustrated book coming out. HIlarious!

Early holiday gift alert: We know a few people in our lives who will be psyched for A Die Hard Christmas: The Illustrated Holiday Classic. It’s hilarious!

A cool dad’s twist on rules for dating his daughter.

Do you consider rewarding your kids and bribery the same thing?

One school is charging a late fee for lateness…but is it working?

What happened when one dad tried saying yes to his kids for 48 hours.

Okay, so now there are ““Bus Stop Moms?”

Alabama meteorologist Alan Sealls

We’re all thinking about those of you in Hurricane Irma’s path right now — and those of you still recovering from Harvey. Please check out these Important but quick tech tips to help keep you safe in a hurricane.

If you experience power outages, how to know which frozen foods are safe to eat.

Now that we’re all weather watchers, we are big fans of Allan Smith, the internet’s favorite meteorologist, above.

And we’re cheering on this Southwest Airlines crew, which rescued a planeload of animals from Houston.

This mom donated 1000 ounces of breastmilk to Hurricane Harvey victims. Wow.

Here’s to those Floridians keeping a sense of humor in this awesome Facebook thread.


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