The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:40 am
06/16/17

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Nicole Trunfio on motherhood and how it’s changed her. (Gritty Pretty)

The best and worst places for being a kid. (NPR)

Three ways to keep kids learning during summer break. (LA Times)

Why we need to cut the macho talk when speaking to boys. (The New York Times)

Most U.S. employers fail on paid paternity leave. (Slate)

Five ways to get your kids off their devices. (Salon)

Inside Whitney Port’s baby shower. (People)

Why the internet thinks Beyoncé’s given birth already. (LA Times)

Did Obama just hint that Beyoncé is having twin girls? (People)

A surprising amount of lead is found in baby food. (NPR)

The children behind the cannabis for kids debate. (National Geographic)

Cristiano Ronaldo becomes a father to surrogate twins, Eva and Mateo. (Independent)

When her children were diagnosed with a rare disease, this mom became a citizen scientist. (TED)

RIP Anita Pallenberg. (The New York Times)

A study links mosquito spray to delayed motor skills in babies. (CNN)

Save the date and score up to 75% off Misha + Puff, Rudy Jude, Soor Ploom, and more, at this Brooklyn sample sale. (Misha + Puff)

Teen sex-ed resources, just in time for summer. (NPR)

A new limited-edition collection from Solly Baby. (Solly Baby Wrap)

Teens are getting more depressed, but using fewer drugs. (Time)

Will baby boxes keep children safer? (NPR)

Julia Stiles is pregnant. (People)

9 things to tell your dad right now. (Elite Daily)

Chrissy Teigen is open to adoption for baby #2. (MSN)

Last-minute gifts for the outdoorsy dad. (Cotopaxi)

Why kids need green time. (Philly)

A cute collab with one of our favorite expecting mothers. (Taylor Stitch)

Flying with a lap infant. (Salon)

Sheryl Crow on motherhood. (MSN)

Dad hacks via GQ. (GQ)

Serena William’s fiancé Alexis Ohanian on impending parenthood. (The Cut)

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