Things We've Read: Week of Aug. 22nd, 2016

Eye-Opening Video Will Make Adults Reconsider The Way They Talk To Children (Huff Post): Small changes in adult behavior, both inside and outside of the classroom, can enhance a child’s approach and her ability to learn.

Why I Am Lucky To Live In A State With Strong Reproductive Rights (Scary Mommy): One mom's story and the importance of reproductive rights.

The Problem With Parenting Books (Vogue): "To write honestly about being a parent is, even now, to invite judgment."

Couple Didn't Have Funds For A Wheelchair, So They Built One For Their Baby (Huff Post): “Nothing can stop her.”

Is Hayden A Boy Or Girl? Both. 'Post Gender' Baby Names Are On The Rise (NY Times): The number of unisex baby names has risen 88% over the last three decades since 1985.

Brain Scans Of Brazilian Babies Show Array of Zika Effects (NY Times): Understanding the impact of Zika.

Moms Of Babies Who Died In Child Care Share Their Powerful Message (Refinery29): "They came from across the country — and from both political parties — with a shared goal: no other mother should have to lose a child as they had."