I’m writing this one (mostly) in advance because if the last nine years have taught me anything, it’s that the days after the hard milestones are often harder than the day of the actual milestone. [Edit: Yep. Feel like I got hit by a bus today.] But I’m certain that my friends, family, and all of you held our family up yesterday, and that means the world to us. I’m hopeful that our emotional recovery from April 7th will be faster this year without the gnawing dread of the March for Babies walk. Thank you ALL for being so amazingly supportive of our decision. I can’t tell you how much it meant to me.

Around The ‘Net

~‘It Has to Be Perfect’: Putting Out a Yearbook After the Parkland Shooting

~The hidden crisis on college campuses: 36 percent of students don’t have enough to eat

~Faces Of Auschwitz: Janina Nowak

~Help! I married my dreaded baseball rival (a love story)

~The women’s Final Four was everything you could ever want from sports

~Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here’s What One Learned.

~Here’s What Will Happen After a Huge Earthquake Inevitably Hits California

~Dramatic photos show earthquake shaking cliffs at Santa Cruz Island

~These Americans moved to the ‘most progressive’ country for new dads

~Mexico and Hungary tried junk food taxes — and they seem to be working

~Millennials have created a form of written English that’s as expressive as spoken English

~We Talked To Teens Who Quit Social Media

~This wearable device can respond to your thoughts

~These Service Dogs Prove That Disneyland Really Is the Happiest Place on Earth

New Frames

My sweet girl got a new pair of glasses last week. I can’t believe how old she looks.

Thank you for all the love, everyone. Have a happy Sunday. xoxo