Things We’ve Read: Week of Nov. 30th, 2015

First Comes Baby, Then Comes Push Present? (NYTimes): What do you think of push presents?

A New York Initiative to Promote Mental Health (WSJ): A greater focus on maternal mental health.

Massachusetts’s Rejection of Common Core Test Signals Shift in U.S. (NYTimes): Education politics and the true effect of Common Core on education.

The Latest Trend in Millennial Parenting: Cloth Diapers (Vogue): “Trust me, it’s a thing,”

Little Girl Recalls Periodic Table Elements For Ellen DeGeneres, Blows Our Minds (Today): Guess how old she is?

7 Rules For Raising A Toddler, In One Chaotic Video (Huff Post): Because as this mom says, “Toddlers don’t come with an instruction manual.”

Mark Zuckerberg Says He’s Giving Away 99% of His Facebook Shares – Worth $45 Billion Today (Business Insider): To his newborn daughter, “Today your mother and I are committing to spend our lives doing our small part to help solve these challenges.”

Helping Moms Lean In, but Not Too Far (NYTimes): Offering new opportunities for moms.

Ten Mistakes I Made While Breastfeeding My First (Baby Post): Breastfeeding is hard. Here are some lessons one mom learned.

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