Things We've Read: Week of Jun 5th, 2017

Asking Girls and Boys, What Would Wonder Woman Do? (NY Times): The point is to show our daughters and sons alike where true heroes get their strength. 

Robots, Drones, And Lego Creations Invade Apple’s iPad Coding Environment For Kids (Fast Company): “What’s better than a kid engaged on an iPad? A kid engaged on an iPad. With a robot.”

Knowing When To Quit (NY Times): One dad's story of the importance of knowing when to quit.

Why We Go To Disney (Or Anywhere Else) Even If My Child ‘Is Too Young To Remember It’ (Huff Post): Is the fact that they “won’t remember” really a valid reason not to experience… life?

How To Raise A Feminist Son (NY Times): We raise our girls to fight stereotypes and pursue their dreams, but we don't do the same for our boys. 

CDC Pinpoints When Pregnant Women Are Most at Risk for Zika Virus Birth Defects (Time): The first trimester of pregnancy is the most at-risk time for the Zika virus to do damage, though the researchers note that birth defects caused by the virus are possible at any point during pregnancy.