Things We've Read: Week of Aug. 15th, 2016

Need A Babysitter? Don't Count On Grandma (NY Times): Today's grandparents are juggling between their own plans and helping out with grandchildren.

Hi, I'm Boomer Phelps, The Swaggiest Person At These Olympics (Huff Post): "All I ask is that when I’m snoozing, you give me my space. That’s my me time, you know?"

When Success Leads To Failure (The Atlantic): The pressure to achieve academically is a crime against learning.

27 Adorable Photos Of Olympians Just Being Regular Ol' Parents (Huff Post): Hilarious and totally aww-worthy parenting moments from some of the 52 U.S. Olympians with kids.

The Underground Breast Milk Market In America (Mic): For women who underproduce breast milk, feeding babies can be incredibly expensive.

Have Politics Become So Ugly That Educators Are Afraid To Teach Civics? (Fast Company): Schools wary of Clinton versus Trump minefields are avoiding lessons on government—but it's to the detriment of our kids.

Back-To-School Sales Tax Holidays May Be Skimpier This Year (NY Times): Some states are scaling back on the potential savings offered.