Friday Links

Last week slipped past me without a Friday Links post. I’m terribly sorry. The good news is, I have some awesome stuff to make up for it.

Let’s start with a video, shall we? Girl fakes her first period, and it is HILARIOUS. (It’s the sequel to Camp Gyno.)

Relevant and helpful: vitamin D is super important for babies, and grownups too. Here’s some solid science about giving breastfed babies vitamin D.

Back to the funny: your penis won’t fall off and other valuable information for little boys.

Did you know? The World Cup is happening. So, this.

Are you lonely, mama? This post came right when I needed it. It’s one to file away for the bad days.

Here’s another one from the sewing blog I like to read. She’s talking about why she sews, but the link between shopping and dopamine is relevant to anyone who is into living intentionally and creatively.

You may have noticed that I link to A Cup of Jo a lot. Not sorry. Here’s her pre-vacation master list of links from her archive.

And here is the link to the tag of her series on Motherhood Around the World. It was fascinating. She’s reviving the series soon – you bet I’ll be linking to it!

Tips on finding a morning routine in spite of children and their unpredictability.

How to handle curly hair if you’re a straight-haired mama.

And finally (FINALLY), 5 minutes in a mom’s head.

Good grief! You have lots to read this weekend now. Enjoy the solstice! Summer is officially here! (She says, as it rains.)

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