The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
7:00 am
12/30/16

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R.I.P. Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds. (CNN)

R.I.P. George Michael. (The New York Times)

Pink had a baby boy and named him Jameson Moon. (Instagram)

Seven ways to teach kindness to children. (Mind Body Green)

Hatchimals disappoint. (CNBC)

A touching film about schooling for “bad kids.” (The Atlantic)

Zach Galifianakis welcomed his second child, a boy named Rufus Emmanuel. (People)

Barack Obama’s unique upbringing. (The Atlantic)

Also, Obama on his mother’s parenting style. (CNN)

How to turn your kid into a maker. (Wired)

2016, the year moms ruled comedy. (Slate)

Gloria Steinem will join the Women’s March on Washington. (Slate)

What happens when women are in leadership positions. (The Atlantic)

How preschool (when done right) helps children. (NPR)

Nick and Vanessa Lachey had a baby boy, Phoenix Robert. (Instagram)

Placenta smoothies. (The Atlantic)

How to be a better person in 2017, according The New York Times. (The New York Times)

Ellen Pompeo had a baby boy and named him Eli Christopher. (People)

A pregnant Ciara shows off her Calvins. (People)

Planned Parenthood has received 300,000 donations since the election. (Time)

What happens to childhood when your kid’s every waking moment can be recorded? (Washington Post)

New guidelines call for waiting to cut a baby’s cord. (Medical Daily)

16 great stories about education in 2016. (The Atlantic)

The sad reality of baby girls in Rajasthan. (AlJazeera)

Taking fish oil during pregnancy linked to a lower asthma risk for your babe. (NPR)

First-generation kids tell all. (Man Repeller)

Elizabeth Smart on motherhood. (Today)

A possible breakthrough in the cause of SIDS deaths. (The Sun)

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