Things We've Read: Week of Jan. 23rd, 2017

Does Breast Milk Have A Sex Bias? (NY Times): In recent years, evidence has emerged suggesting that in various mammalian species, breast milk is tailored for the sex of each offspring.

How Sesame Street Taught Kids About Emotions Long Before Schools Caught On (Fast Company): Social emotional learning has become popular in schools. On Sesame Street, it’s been there from the start.

This #WokeBaby Made Her Own Adorable Sign For The Women’s March (Huff Post): #WokeBaby

Amazon Launches STEM Toy Subscription For Kids (PCMag): The STEM Club Toy Subscription encourages kids to learn through play—for $20 a month.

People Are Loving This 5-Year-Old’s Shoe-Tying Trick (Huff Post): Thanks for sharing!

Finnish "Baby Boxes" Are Coming To The U.S.--Starting With New Jersey (Babble): The Baby Box Co. has teamed up with New Jersey’s Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board (CFNFRB) to launch the first-ever state-wide baby box program.

One Mom's Response To Someone Calling Her Kids Privileged (POPSUGAR): "The choices that I make for them now will model choices they will make for themselves. Decisions that could, just maybe, shape the world some day."

The Simplest and Most Perfect Explanation of Privilege (Bright Side): ’There is no such thing as a "self-made man". We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the makeup of our character and of our thoughts, as well as our success.’ -George Matthew Adams, writer