By Sonia Verma
Kristoff, You . . . ARE The Father!
File under you can't make this stuff up: It's official, we have reached Peak Frozen. An unlicensed game called "Anna Gives Birth" lets kids deliver Anna's baby, as Kenny G—no, really!— plays in the background. Seriously, can we please just Let It Go, already?
Awwww, Here's Lookin At You, Kid
Wearable technology called eSight lets a legally blind woman actually see her newborn son. Kathy Beitz, of Guelph, Ont., has a degenerative eye condition that limits her vision. But now, thanks to the fancy new specs, she is looking forward to reading to her month-old son, taking the bus without assistance and even—whoa there, party girl!—doing her own taxes.
Through The Night, You Say?
Four moms—including momstown writer Louise Gleeson—share their widely divergent techniques to get their babies to sleep through the night. To us, this piece from February's Today's Parent reconfirms a key tenet of parenting: As in everything else, there's no one right way to do things; and it will all be okay.
Elmo For 2016! Royals on Twitter! A "Great" Grandfather!
New mum Chelsea Clinton sits down with the freakishly popular muppet to talk about parenting. Wills and Kate set up an official Twitter account for the legions of royal watchers, and report that the next royal baby is kicking up a storm. Wayne Gretzky's daughter has a baby boy.
How Not To Form A Lifelong Friendship
Also from Today's Parent, Emma Waverman's on-point take on the two British families involved in the now infamous $30 kindergarten birthday no-show invoice. Penalizing a 5-year-old's family for standing you up is so ridiculous, it stinks of satire, but going straight to the news media is just as vengeful and graceless.
Does It Go All The Way To ZZZZ?
A handy and hilarious ABC of sleeping positions for parents.