The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
10/01/17

Photo Via Vogue

Frances Bean and Courtney Love in Paris. (Vogue)

The importance of mommy mentors in combatting postpartum mood disorders. (NPR)

The rise of picture-perfect motherhood. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Kevin and Eniko Hart will name their son Kenzo. (People)

The toddler stars behind those viral videos. (The New York Times)

Khloe Kardashian is probably pregnant. (People)

What to tell your kids instead of “stop crying.” (Lifehacker)

A father’s touch. (The Good Men Project)

What’s lost when only rich kids play sports. (The Atlantic)

Why Generation Z is unlike any other generation. (Business Insider)

Jenny Pennywood x Solly Baby. (Solly Baby Wrap)

Is it time to change the definition of “woman”? (Slate)

Seven tips for “balancing” motherhood and entrepreneurship. (Forbes)

By age 3, this inequity is clear. (The Washington Post)

Five ways fathers can raise body-confident daughters. (Independent)

Managing head trauma in children. (The New York Times)

Mixing infants and older kids during flu season. (The New York Times)

Lisa Ling or raising strong girls. (People)

1 in 5 teens reports a concussion diagnosis. (NPR)

Why you should let your kids spell things horribly. (Lifehacker)

The purpose of education, according to students. (The Atlantic)

Elon Musk’s 69-year-old mom is now a Cover Girl. (CNN)

The hidden risk of infectious diseases in kids’ sports. (CBS)

Mindy Kaling on being nervous about having a baby. (People)

Too little sleep is tied to weight gain in children. (Reuters)

Why some kids love being scared. (Time)

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Kirstin

http://www.harpercollins.com.au/9780730400424/#sm.00000sj916uo1gf7xzzorzsipu6m0

This is an amazing read for anyone interested in The Good Man project – run in New Zealand during the 1990s by Celia Lashlie. Her starting point was why were NZ gaols full of young men, who ended up there (or dead) through acts of growing manhood – speeding, alcohol, violence. Instead of what makes a boy go bad, she turned it around and worked with over 180 schools to find out what makes boys thrive, and how and when space and time are required.

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