Best links of the week

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I never expected to say that the most beautiful thing I read all week, I read on Craigslist. But here we are.

Maybe the screen time rules we have for our kids could work for us too.

No need to snap a kid out of a daydream. They’re in the middle of some important work when they’re staring off into space. (And if they don’t have quiet time to daydream? Make some time.)

Why don’t you start cutting your produce like the adult you are? (Or show your kids this round up of 38 fruit and veggie cutting tutorials and let them do it for you.)

These 13 most innovative schools from around the world probably don’t have too many students who fake sick to stay home.

This Slate article is a transcript of every conversation we’ve ever had with our kids.

If kindergarten is the new first grade, there’s never been a better time to talk about the benefits of delaying entry.

Forget Christmas cookies. This year we’re planning on whipping up a few batches of these bad boys.

This deep analysis of Sandra Boynton’s children’s books is the mark of reading something 4 quadrillion times. We totally understand.

What happens to poor kids when you give their parents a little money?