The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
04/06/18

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Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered 50 years after his death. (The New York Times, ABC)

The unfair double standard of “free range” parenting. (The Atlantic)

After multiple miscarriages, when do you stop trying to have a child? (The New York Times)

Jay-Z talks fatherhood with David Letterman. (Us)

Calling B.S. on minimalism. (Architectural Digest)

Three women on regretting motherhood. (BBC)

Most money habits are set by age 7. Here’s how to establish good ones. (PBS)

The special challenges of being a scientist and a mom. (Scientific American)

Sharing a room with your baby to lower the risk of SIDS. (The New York Times)

Mindy Kaling on mom life. (E!)

How much should you tell kids about the scary reality of climate change? (The Atlantic)

How racism affects pregnant women. (NPR)

Aishwarya Rai gets the Vogue India cover treatment (alongside Pharrell) and discusses motherhood. (Vogue India)

Today’s teachers make less on average than they did in 1989. (Slate)

Criminalizing black and brown motherhood. (Jezebel)

Chrissy Teigen on being a mom, IVF, and her new gig with Pampers. (The Cut)

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent welcomed their second child, Oskar. (Instagram)

More babies die of SIDS when being cared for by relatives of friends. (Daily Progress)

Tyra Banks on the end of her IVF journey. (ET)

Turns out dishwashing causes more relationship distress than any other household task. (The Atlantic)

What parents need to know about virtual reality. (Common Sense Media)

Winnie Mandela passes away at 81, launching thousands of #IAmWinnieMandela social tributes. (Instagram)

Why universal preschool works best for poor kids. (Forbes)

A James Beard Award nominee on juggling motherhood and restaurant life. (Boston)

How to raise more engaged, less picky eaters. (Today)

A new study on diabetes and weight control in kids. (ABC)

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