The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
5:00 pm
10/13/17

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Hoda Kotb celebrates National Girl Day along with the rest of the country. (Instagram, Day Of The Girl)

Girls will soon be able to join the Boy Scouts. (The Atlantic)

What Boy Scouts can learn from Girl Scouts—a badge comparison. (The New York Times)

Mindy Kaling confirms she’s having a girl. (People)

How to have a better relationship. (The New York Times)

New mama Serena Williams will defend her title at the Australian Open in January. (Sports Illustrated)

The synthetic turf wars. (The Atlantic)

A new Save The Children Report finds children from Africa to the U.S. have ingrained gender norms. (Salon)

After the downfall of Harvey Weinstein, will Woody Allen, Roman Polanski, and others be next? (Mercury News)

How marriage became a mark of privilege. (The New York Times)

New trend: “dad shoes.” (Man Repeller)

New hope for male fertility after cancer treatment. (The Atlantic)

Lena Dunham wants people to stop inquiring about her fertility. (Glamour)

A third of teens think driving while smoking pot is legal. (USA Today)

Mothers use a similar tone with babies, no matter their language. (PBS)

A new study finds epidurals don’t prolong labor. (The New York Times)

The musical advice Beck took from his kids. (Vanity Fair)

A personal account of one of the many families impacted by the Northern California wildfires. (YouCaring)

Being evacuated from a smoke-filled hospital while in labor. (NPR)

The latest on lice. (The New York Times)

Obesity in children and teens worldwide rose sharply over the past forty years. (NPR)

Jessie James Decker is expecting baby #3. (Instagram)

Amazon’s new tool to get teens shopping. (The Washington Post)

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