The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:30 pm
10/27/18

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Amy Schumer is expecting. (E!, Instagram)

Teaching boys to question gender roles. (The New York Times)

Smoke alarms that blare a mom’s voice wake kids up faster. (Reuters)

The New Jersey mom who thwarted a school shooting in Kentucky. (WDBJ)

Nannies and smartphone bans. (The New York Times)

Chick-fil-A dethroned Starbucks as the top restaurant for teens. (Eater)

How encouraging gratitude in kids reduces materialism. (Forbes)

Helping kids cope with the fear of medical treatment. (BBC)

MyTheresa launches kids. (Business of Fashion)

Queen Latifah’s rumored girlfriend is pregnant. (The Source)

A dark consensus on screens and kids emerges in Silicon Valley. (The New York Times)

Teen drivers with teen passengers increase their risk of a fatal crash by 51%. (Forbes)

One family’s story of their transgender son. (NPR)

Zoe Kazan and Paul Dano had a baby girl. (Daily Mail)

Teens watch Netflix over any other streaming service. (AdWeek)

Jada Pinkett-Smith says she “resented” having kids. (Mirror)

When your child prefers their other mom. (The New York Times)

Cardi B talks about motherhood on her latest single. (Genius)

The benefits of breastfeeding for mothers. (The New York Times)

Watch kids try foods featured in famous movies. (Bon Appetit)

A new study on banning corporal punishment and lessening youth violence. (Quartz)

What it’s like to be a baby nurse in Manhattan. (The Cut)

A French father is jailed for rotting his kids teeth due to poor diet. (BBC)

A baby’s tears and a mother’s libido. (Science Daily)

A hospital room for stillborn babies. (BBC)

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