- Upworthy explains the story behind a viral photo (97,000+ likes!) of celebrity dad Justin Baldoni and his daughter, pictured here.
- Racked shares one woman’s postpartum concerns of feeling like she “lived in someone else’s body.”
- Huffington Post shares Blake Lively’s message about CPR for parents of young children.
- The New York Times presents a mom’s experience of having her second baby on the way to the hospital in Los Angeles — in her car — and why it was difficult to obtain a birth certificate.
- Vox reports when it comes to common postpartum symptoms, “Women didn’t know the range of what’s normal, when to seek guidance, and who to ask” because their providers didn’t explain it to them.
- The Cut reports that black American girls are perceived as less innocent than white American girls as early as kindergarten.
- The Cut also advocates for taking a babymoon, and offers helpful suggestions.
- Scary Mommy explains how to talk to children about LGBTQ rights.
- Cafe Mom shares why one mom waited to start a family until she and her husband had been married for 19 years.
- Huffington Post also reports that advice columnist “Dear Abby” updated her response to a question about whether it is OK to ask parents if they keep guns in their homes to: “Part of assuring that your daughter will be safe involves asking whether there are weapons on the premises and, if so, what safety precautions have been taken.”
- Recipe of the week: Cookie and Kate’s vegetarian sushi bowl has all the flavors of sushi but requires significantly less effort. You can also check out our open thread about easy summer recipes, and submit your own favorites.
- Laugh of the week: McSweeney’s translates your baby.
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We asked for suggestions of beauty tips that save time and talked about wearing shorts over age 30.
- Kat shared her favorite budget-friendly interview suits and answered a reader question about cold-shoulder tops at work.
- For those looking for a way to test out standing at work without a big financial commitment, we presented this $25 standing desk.
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