Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- NPR provided the kids’ COVID vaccine authorization timeline.
- Vox asserted, “The return of the playdate … may not be an unalloyed good.”
- The New York Times reported that to protect kids, more companies and governments are making users prove their age.
- The Atlantic noted that in almost every American family with a mom and a dad, children are still being given their dad’s last name.
- Parents reported that the House voted to strengthen laws around lactation at work.
- Insider shared a piece by a mom who saved $10,000 in childcare costs by trading babysitting duties with another mother.
- The Washington Post explained why you should teach your kids about different religions.
- Culture Study featured an interview with Kathryn Jezer-Morton, who is writing her dissertation on momfluencers.
- The New York Times listed parents’ common Halloween candy mistakes (not a mistake: sneaking some of your kids’ treats).
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Frazzled, with “Is It OK If We Just … Never Do Playdates Ever?”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- The Hunt rounded up cardigans for work and play.
- We talked about piercings and the office.
- We discussed what not to wear to work.
- We explained how to check the expense ratios on your investments.
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