The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:30 pm
11/03/17

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Beyoncé will star as Nala in Disney’s 2019 Lion King remake (!!!). (Billboard)

Chilling facts about what’s killing America’s new mothers. (Quartz)

Waiting 60 seconds to cut the umbilical cord could save thousands of premature babies. (Newsweek)

The most influential teens of 2017. (Time)

Myths about baby sleep and SIDS, debunked. (CNN)

How Reese Witherspoon is changing Hollywood for women. (Wall Street Journal)

Daddymoons go wild. (The New York Times)

The politicization of motherhood. (Wall Street Journal)

A touching new film takes a look at teen life. (The Atlantic)

Why Bill Gates and Steve Jobs shielded their kids from tech. (World Economic Forum)

The Little Feminist book club. (The Little Feminist)

How to talk to your kids about fires and earthquakes, before and after they happen. (Los Angeles Times)

Nine countries have ranked this as the most popular baby name. (New York Post)

A 10-year-old created a new “Raise Your Hand” Girl Scout patch to inspire confidence in the classroom. (HuffPo)

Mindy Kaling shared her first bump photo via Instagram. (Instagram)

Trump made a weird comment about children’s “weight problems” when handing out Halloween candy. (Time)

A baby named Frankenstein (last name) was born on Halloween. (NPR)

Toddler tantrum tips. (The New York Times)

The founder of Kind is launching a business to connect kids around the world. (Inc.)

A surrogate mom unwittingly gave away her own child. (Washington Post)

The link between teenage pot smoking and psychosis. (Salon)

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