Weekend Reads: Teaching Evolution in Kentucky, Breast Milk Donation, etc

Well hello hello!  How’s everyone doing this weekend?  After a long snowy winter and a lot of working weekends, I’m feeling good just hanging out in a sunny spot on the couch….even if my son is trying to stick a grape scented saline spray up my nose.  Parenting has made me very immune to a certain level of ambient chaos.  Anyway, what can I help you find today?


If you’re looking for….some advice about time with your kids:

Quality not quantity.  Interesting break down of what matters when spending time with kids.

If you’re looking for….cute animals:

I feel like I’ve posted this before, but I’m still a sucker for cute animal parenting.

If you’re looking for….some child prodigies:

9 Child Prodigies who went on to do big things.

If you’re looking for….an interesting debate:

Should breast milk donation be like blood donation, or should you get paid?  Interesting debate.

If you’re looking for….food advice:

Pediatricians adjusting to the latest research on food and allergies.

If you’re looking for….parenting around the world:

UNICEF has and update on parenting challenges around the world.

If you’re looking for….evolution in the classroom:

What it’s like to teach evolution at the University of Kentucky.


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Bethany is a perpetual student who just won't stop taking classes. She's gone from engineering to psych and family systems to applied statistics, and is really fascinated by how people feel about numbers. She blogs about this over at Graph Paper Diaries, and experimenting with contingency tables at Two Ways to Be Wrong.

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