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Trending — May 2017 

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Mega-chain Target is testing public breastfeeding lounges with comfy seats in its stores. "I love that it's by the bras!" says one Facebook commenter. "Now that's some brilliant marketing right there."


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St. Louis toddler Audrey gets her wish for a poop-themed birthday party with a "pin the poop" game, piñata filled with Tootsie Rolls and Hershey's Kisses, and whoopee-cushion favors. Kids are weird. Embrace it.


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Videos showing hands poking and squishing homemade, colorful slime attract thousands of teenage viewers on Instagram. We watched them in the name of research. They're oddly satisfying.


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An animated YouTube series based on Marion and James, the cute siblings who crashed their dad's BBC interview, premiered in April. Those kids were meant to be stars.


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New Mexico signs the Hunger-Free Students' Bill of Rights into law, which requires schools to work with parents to pay their cafeteria bills and puts an end to practices meant to embarrass children, also known as lunch shaming. Good on you, Gov. Susana Martinez.


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An American Airlines flight attendant wrestles a stroller away from a mother of twins during boarding, then argues with other passengers. Never a better time to take a road trip.


This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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