This week’s most popular posts, in case you missed them.
– Five Reasons Why Mayim Bialik Doesn’t Believe in Sleep Training. Mayim tells us five reasons she doesn’t believe in sleep training, and recommends some alternative ways to deal with your kids’ sleep.
– Let’s Help NPR Find The Owner of This Bat Mitzvah T-Shirt from 1993. This week NPR announced a search for a 1993 Bat Mitzvah T-shirt they found in a market in Africa. We helped in cracking the case, and got a spotlight on MSNBC!
– 36 Rabbis Are Shaving Their Heads for Pediatric Cancer Research. A group of more than 36 rabbis are joining together to shave their heads in a bold effort to support pediatric cancer research. The fundraiser is spearheaded by Kveller contributor, Rabbi Rebecca Schorr.
– I’ve Been Talking to My Son About Death Since the Day He Was Born. Jennifer makes a powerful case for telling your children about their beloved family members that have passed at an early age, as opposed to shielding them from the scary and inevitable conversation about death.