The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
6:30 pm
08/26/17

Photo Via Instagram/Jenna Malone

Jenna Malone opens up about motherhood, depression, and self-worth. (Instagram)

How to help kids disrupt sexist “bro culture.” (The New York Times)

Hate groups are growing under Trump. (The Atlantic)

Less than half of U.S. parents are putting their babies to bed in the safest position. (The New York Times)

Chuck E. Cheese is getting rid of its creepy, classic robotic animal band. (Today)

Returning back to work after baby. (Forbes)

The urban-school stigma and its contribution to segregation. (The Atlantic)

Beyoncé’s post-baby fashion show is starting to heat up on Instagram. (Instagram)

The profound loss of losing a nanny. (The New York Times)

20 hacks for traveling with a baby. (BuzzFeed)

The importance of quality over quantity when it comes to teen friendships. (Quartz)

Are smartphones hurting out kids? (The Atlantic)

Melinda Gates’ advice for parents raising the iGeneration. (Washington Post)

The Museum of Ice Cream is opening in San Francisco and tickets go on sale today. (MOIC)

Weight-based discrimination can begin as early as 3-years-old. (The New York Times)

The Boy Scouts of America are trying to recruit girls. The Girls Scouts aren’t having it. (Slate)

Rose Byrne is pregnant with baby #2. (Jones)

How kids sports leagues have turned into a $15B industry. (Time)

Dolores Huerta’s life of activism, for 60+ years. (The Atlantic)

How to run with a jogging stroller. (The New York Times)

Léa Seydoux says motherhood makes her feel sexy. (Tatler)

8 keys to raising kids with exceptional character. (HuffPo)

How fathers might impact obesity in offspring. (The New York Times)

Why universities are phasing out luxury dorms. (The Atlantic)

Should kids get sedated for dental work? (The New York Times)

Inside Jessica Alba’s daughter’s unicorn-themed birthday bash. (People)

How pediatricians and schools differ when it comes to letting students sleep in. (Washington Post)

Immigrant kids’ deportation anxieties, funneled into art. (Slate)

Why school starts after Labor Day in Michigan. (The Atlantic)

The peach-and-goat cheese sandwich we’re eating through the end of summer. (Good Eggs)

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