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The Rules Of “Good Enough” Parenting

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Photography by Robert E. Kelly via Twitter

The “BBC dad’s” kids are all grown up. (New York Post)

Research shows dad jokes empower kids to become better adults. (ABC)

The power of “good enough” parenting. (Psychology Today)

The horrific story of 5 Black children (ages 7, 5, 3, 2 and 4 months old) being taken from their family. And the larger history of family separation in America. (Tennessee Lookout, Youth Today, Tennessee Lookout)

Why many flight attendants want to ban “lap babies.” (ABC)

Naomi Osaka’s winning maternity style takes Japan. (Instagram)

Ed Sheeran and his wife Cherry Seaborn named their second daughter Jupiter. Their first daughter is named Lyra Antarctica. (E!)

What’s behind the rise in gender-neutral baby names. (The Atlantic)

Got a culinary kid? Try out these chocolate eggs you can decorate with chocolate ink pens! (Delysia)

The story behind “the rise” in autism rates. (Science)

Poor children and adolescents across the U.S. are participating far less in sports and fitness activities than their more affluent peers. (The New York Times)

Why less and less kids are reading for fun. (The Atlantic)

Some of the best films about motherhood to stream now. (The Guardian)

An argument for exploring AI chatbots as a family. (The New York Times)

A new study on the benefits of giving peanut butter to babies. (BBC)

How to talk to your teen about cannabis. (The New York Times)

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