The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
10/27/17

Photo Via Instagram/Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba is having a baby boy. (Instagram)

When kids identify as nonbinary at school. (The New York Times)

The controversy over Moana Halloween costumes continues. (Quartz)

How the motherhood penalty informs the gender pay gap. (The Economist)

A must-listen podcast for all the mamas (and would-be mamas). (Talking in Circles)

How to encourage mindfulness in children. (The New York Times)

An argument for sharing your pregnancy news early. (HuffPo)

A breakthrough in SIDS research. (Science Daily)

The crisis facing America’s preschool teachers. (The Atlantic)

Nearly half of all children have experienced trauma. (WebMD)

Is egg donation safe? (The Atlantic)

When doctors don’t believe women. (Salon)

The lingering effects of children becoming caretakers. (The Atlantic)

Khloe Kardashian is probably having a boy. (People)

The hardwired way mothers around the world react when their babies cry. (Time)

Is Pair the Warby Parker for kids? (TechCrunch)

Supposedly parents spend 6 days a year trying to get their children to go to bed. (NY Post)

The hidden meanings of your kid’s scribbles. (The Atlantic)

Why workplace flexibility is needed for everyone—not just parents. (Slate)

Billy Joel, 68, welcomes newborn daughter Remy Anne. (People)

Why reading with dad matters. (BBC)

Fighting for birth control from your employer. (Fortune)

George H.W. Bush’s disgusting groping scandal. (Slate)

Kiddada Jones’ new book School of Awake: A Girl’s Guide To The Universe, is now a best seller. (Amazon)

A possible upside to social media and teens. (Salon)

Ne-Yo and his wife Crystal Smith have another baby on the way. (Instagram)

What it’s like to be a working father. (Daily Worth)

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