Links for parents 6/12-6/19

by ParentCo. June 19, 2015

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Chris Ware's parenting themed New Yorker covers are always relatable. This week's Minecraft themed piece is no exception. via The New Yorker Sure, there's no shortage of parenting related tweet roundups, but more than a few of these may be top ten EVER material. Tackling the childhood obesity epidemic starts with parents admitting their children have a problem. via New York Times Need something to binge on this weekend? This infographic can help. We've been looking forward to Inside Out for months. So far, the reviews are as glowing as we had hoped. via The Atlantic The clock is ticking. Consult this stellar list of gift ideas for dad if you're still empty handed. via Gear Patrol


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