Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The Houston Chronicle spoke to a pediatrician who encouraged parents with kids too young to be vaccinated to “rewind and go back to their peak time of concern … when there was a lot of uncertainty about COVID.”
- The Washington Post reported that the biggest growth in homeschooling since 2019 has been among Black, Latino, and Asian households — and not just because of the pandemic.
- NPR listed reasons for opting out of the child tax credit.
- Romper shared that a new New Jersey law will entitle all new parents to home visits from registered nurses within two weeks of a child’s birth or adoption.
- Popular Science looked at the “gentle parenting” philosophy.
- Scary Mommy suggested ways to support your kids as they return to school this year.
- Lifehacker recommended how often to bathe your kids, according to age.
- In The New York Times, a mother looked at the history of the C-section through the lens of her own unexpected surgery.
- Today’s Parent provided easy, kid-friendly air fryer recipes.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Points in Case, with “The Only Summer Camp Openings Left for Desperate Parents.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We took note of what’s left in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.
- We rounded up the best work totes.
- We talked about the various phases of life and what they can teach us.
- We discussed how to deal with a head cold.
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