The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:00 am
03/31/17

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Gwyneth talks motherhood. (People)

Can’t remember your early years? Meet childhood amnesia. (The New York Times)

Bar Refaeli is pregnant again. (Instagram)

What Americans can learn from how the Dutch raise their kids. (Salon)

Ciara’s baby shower. (E!)

Breastfeeding might make your kids less hyper, but maybe not smarter. (Los Angeles Times)

Toy-free kindergartens in Germany. (The Atlantic)

Scarlett Johansson on motherhood and Trump. (FT)

Benedict Cumberbatch and his wife Sophie welcomed their second child, a boy named Hal Auden. (People)

Rhode Island is looking to make personalized education the new normal. (The Atlantic)

Yolanda Hadid is coming out with a new TV show called Model Moms. (Daily Front Row)

Feeding your kids fruit juice (in moderation) won’t lead to obesity. (The New York Times)

Christina Ricci on how her daughter Freddie changed her life. (The Edit)

How to make a $10 “pocket playground” to entertain your kids. (Treehugger)

The psychological approach to raising children. (The Atlantic)

Amanda Seyfried had a baby girl. (People)

More restrictive policies around teens and drinking leads to fewer deaths on the road. (The New York Times)

The rules around what you can and can’t name your baby. (BBC)

A mixed review of The Baby Boss. (The Atlantic)

Alec Baldwin on giving his youngest kids a different childhood. (ABC)

Making safe haven baby laws more well known. (The New York Times)

Rethinking the idea of “having it all” after miscarriage and divorce. (The New York Times)

Kids who do chores become more successful adults. (Inc.)

Doing yoga with your littles. (Chalkboard)

Broadway star Audra McDonald on becoming a mother again at 46. (People)

Do DHA supplements make babies smarter? (The New York Times)

RIP Darlene Cates, the mom in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. (HuffPo)

An update for baby monitor Owlet. (TechCrunch)

A touching new documentary out of the U.K. (BBC)

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Ruthie

Can we just NOT say “littles” anymore? So annoying…

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