The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
11/16/18

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R.I.P. Kim Porter, much beloved mother of 4. (BBC)

When families “un-adopt” a child. (The Atlantic)

Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade revealed their newborn daughter’s name—Kaavia James. (Instagram)

A new study says most babies don’t sleep through the night. (Today)

With Seventeen going digital-only, the era of the teen print magazine is over. (Slate)

Kate Upton welcomed her baby girl, Genevieve. (Instagram)

How Friendsgiving took over millennial culture. (The Atlantic)

New U.S. guidelines recommend preschoolers exercise 3 hours a day. (Quartz)

Shelby Rabara and Harry Shum Jr. are expecting a baby girl. (Instagram)

Scholastic book fair nostalgia. (The Atlantic)

Protecting transgender kids. (The Boston Globe)

If you’re in a sex drought, you’re not alone. (The Atlantic)

Why teens mix booze and sex. (The New York Times)

The radicalization of bedtime stories. (The Atlantic)

Teens biggest sex questions…answered by their peers. (Teen Vogue)

Michelle Obama on her experience as a student at “extremely white and very male” Princeton. (The Atlantic)

The internet homework gap facing rural kids. (Wired)

Haunting digital reminders of a lost pregnancy. (The Atlantic)

How to raise children who are global citizens. (Forbes)

Sour Patch Kids cereal is here… (Today)

Pippa Middleton’s son’s name is revealed: Arthur Michael William. (Cosmo)

In defense of old-school feminism. (The Atlantic)

How to be a kindness role model for your kids. (Greater Good)

Nearly 1 in 5 teens seriously considers suicide. What can schools do? (PBS)

Drinking soy baby formula is linked to menstrual pain later in life. (The New York Times)

A bold and easy new eyeliner trend. (The Cut)

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