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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Reuters stated that the near year-long infant formula shortage is likely to last until spring.
- To find out what it takes to breastfeed a baby, The New York Times followed four mothers for a day as they nursed, pumped, and/or supplemented with formula.
- ProPublica reported that researchers and national obstetric groups have called on doctors to offer a stillbirth evaluation, a systematic assessment that includes placental exams, genetic testing and autopsies.
- Romper explained what to do when someone criticizes your parenting.
- WIRED recommended online resources that supplement schools’ sex ed programs, and noted that compared to a few decades ago, young people have surprisingly less access to high-quality, informative sex education.
- The New York Times suggested several destinations in the Caribbean, Central America, and Hawaii for toddler-friendly beach vacations. They all offer warm, shallow, largely wave-free waters.
- Parents listed seven places to donate toys this Christmas.
- In The Cut, Kathryn Jezer-Morton noted that “there are many, many wonderful contemporary children’s books out there. They can just be hard to locate amid the onslaught of wizard and dragon books that dominate the displays.”
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The New Yorker, with “Television-Episode Recaps for New Parents.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We shared three affordable and eco-friendly workwear brands.
- We asked readers their bonus strategies this year.
- We talked about easy, warm workday lunches.
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