Evening Feeding: The $200,000-A-Year Nanny

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A British staffing agency called Imperial Nannies cited a Russian client who wanted to poach a nanny from another family. Their salary offer: $200,000 a year (WSJ)

I often stumble across passages in children’s books that inadvertently teach economic principles (NYT)

Because of Hilary Duff, pregnancy is considered a “scheduling conflict” (The Grindstone)

Irate football dad arrested, bites two cops (CBS)

A “growing” number of women are eating their own placentas in Brooklyn (DoubleX)

Poppin desk stationary set (ShelterPop)

Angelina Jolie learned her parenting skills from her mother (Celeb Baby Laundry)

Make ahead meals for family dinners (

Hilary Duff and other super-young celebrity mothers (YourTango)

Sarah Jessica Parker says Matthew Broderick made her more cynical (The Frisky)

For ladies who masturbate too much (The Hairpin)

E’shee’s Aqua Radiance Hydra Mask (Truth In Aging)

How to wear bronzer in the fall (YouBeauty)

Eight books that could save your marriage (HuffPo Women)

How does a baby name become trendy? (Babble)