The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
8:53 pm
12/01/17

Photo Via T Magazine

Inside Jenna Lyons’ over-the-top amazing home. (T Magazine)

Prince Harry and American Meghan Markle will marry in May 2018. (BBC)

How to talk to kids about sexual harassment. (CNN)

A must-watch video interview with Jay-Z. (The New York Times)

Why perfect grades don’t always matter. (The Atlantic)

Parents who work are actually more focused and dedicated than workers without kids. (Fortune)

Modern parents also spend more time with their kids than in the past (up to the 1960s). (Quartz)

A new study predicts more than half of U.S. kids will be obese by the time they are 35. (Los Angeles Times)

How to develop your 2-year-old’s world of potential. (Slate)

When guilting (not shaming) kids works. (The New York Times)

How young is too young to start school? (Slate)

Domino’s launched a baby registry option for expecting parents. (USA Today)

The diversity problem in public schools. (Salon)

Making eye contact with a baby changes both of your brain waves. (Time)

The “trailing spouse” and gender inequality. (Slate)

Why millennials prioritize paternity leave. (The New York Times)

Algorithms, kids, and YouTube. (Slate)

There’s a tiny but growing number of single men trying to adopt. (The New York Times)

What the best childcare money can buy looks like. (Slate)

A warning against glitter. (The New York Times)

Why the Republican tax bill could be a disaster for public schools. (Salon)

How banning a chemical used to make Teflon led to fewer lower-weight babies. (The New York Times)

The important work of home-based childcare. (Slate)

One mom is defending her right to breastfeed publicly at Disneyland. (Facebook)

Mother favorite Aelfie is launching a kids collection and we’re obsessed. Come celebrate the launch in Brooklyn, 12-3pm this Saturday. (Aelfie)

Game of Thrones star Lena Heady on motherhood. (Good Housekeeping)

How stress during pregnancy can lead to smaller babies. (Daily Mail)

One family’s sad story—and warning—of opioid addiction. (The Atlantic)

A gender-neutral shared bedroom idea for kids. (Emily Henderson)

Leave a Comment

0 comments

ALL MATERIAL © MOTHER LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SITE DESIGNED BY JANE REACTION, DEVELOPED BY BRANDI BERNOSKIE