The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:20 pm
05/19/17

Photo Via Teen Vogue

Solange covers Teen Vogue, pens a letter to her younger self. (Teen Vogue)

For the first time ever, American women in their thirties are now having more babies than women in their twenties and teens. (Bloomberg)

Subway riders in New York are given “Baby on Board” buttons to wear in order to score a seat. (Fortune)

When your child is a psychopath. (The Atlantic)

Should you be saying ‘no’ more to your kids? (The New York Times)

Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko are expecting a baby boy. (People)

A new understanding of children’s brains. (The Atlantic)

There’s been an uptick in Star Wars baby names. (Quartz)

Teens don’t know enough about love, sex, and misogyny. (NBC)

The deportation fears of immigrants with disabled children. (The Atlantic)

New research finds too much tech can hurt a kid’s health. (Newsweek)

Michelle Williams shares some beautiful words about motherhood. (People)

Four rules all working moms should follow. (Fortune)

A study finds men are more confident than women in a post-Trump world. (Slate)

Babies can cry with accents. (Fatherly)

How a little morning sunshine improves test scores. (The Atlantic)

Kim and Kanye’s children’s clothing line includes chokers for babies. (Quartz)

The hottest Jewish baby-naming trends. (Kveller)

The joys and challenges of being a parent with Autism. (The Atlantic)

Big Little Lies season 2 is coming. (ET)

How motherhood has changed Anne Hathaway. (Marie Claire)

Tamera Mowry-Housley on motherhood and raising interracial kids. (People)

The FDA warns of faulty lead testings for moms and tots. (The New York Times)

Gap x Wonder Woman. (Gap)

Serena Williams and her baby bump go on holiday. (People)

Telling gay teens “it’ll get better” doesn’t help their stress levels. (Newsweek)

How Richard Branson’s mom says she helped him be successful. (CNBC)

Over-involved parents with college-aged kids. (The Atlantic)

Babies who use smartphones start talking later. (Time)

How millennials are changing motherhood. (MSN)

RIP Chris Cornell, father of three. (People)

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