Things We've Read: Week of Apr 3rd, 2017

Mom’s Heartwarming Photos Show The Love Between Kids And Grandparents (Huff Post): “The moments reflected in them are so pure and candid.”

Recalling Early Childhood Memories, Or Not (NY Times): The phenomenon of childhood amnesia.

We Can't Believe People Fell For Ikea's April Fools' Prank (Refinery29): "We’re about to transform Småland from a playground into a ‘press-play-ground’! ...We've recreated in-store the way [children] play at home—staring and tapping."

Good News For Older Mothers (NY Times): The clear message is that the children of women with more support and better health habits do better cognitively, so it’s important to support mothers of any age. 

Elementary School Stamps ‘Lunch Money’ On Student’s Arm Due To Low Balance (Huff Post): The method an elementary school in Phoenix used to notify a parent about her son’s low lunch account balance has many people concerned.

New Mexico Outlaws School 'Lunch Shaming' (NY Times): On Thursday, Gov. Susana Martinez signed the Hunger-Free Students' Bill of Rights, which directs schools to work with parents to pay their debts and puts an end to practices meant to embarrass children.