The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:00 pm
10/06/18

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We’re all furious. Now what? (The Atlantic)

An exhaustive timeline of #MeToo-era happenings over the past year. (The Cut)

Kate Hudson had her baby girl and named her Roni Rose. (Instagram)

Angry women are taken more seriously when they’re mothers. (The Atlantic)

At least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, 9 to 11 hours of sleep each night, and two hours (or less) of daily recreational screen time is linked to higher mental test scores in kids. (The New York Times)

A new study finds a direct link between involved fatherhood and long-term relationship stability. (Ladders)

Why men sexually harass women. (The Atlantic)

Gisele Bundchen reveals she got a boob job to even out her breasts post-nursing. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Police-grade surveillance at the playground. (The Atlantic)

If only everyone had a postpartum doula. (The New York Times)

A new generation of kids, raised by YouTube. (The Atlantic)

Shenae Grimes showcases the reality of her post-baby bod. (Instagram)

Helping your kids find a “trusted adult” (who isn’t you). (Quartz)

Girls are reading more than boys in just about every developed country. (The Atlantic)

Tips for building confidence in tween and teen girls. (The New York Times)

British “girls” aged 9-21 are less happy than they previously were, perhaps linked to the fact that they are spending less time together IRL. (Quartz)

The fraught language of adoption. (The Atlantic)

Gwyneth Paltrow’s dad warned her about “becoming an asshole.” (The Cut)

How to help a child with an anxiety disorder. (The New York Times)

One mother’s changing identity. (The Washington Post)

Resenting a brother who was never born. (The New York Times)

How one mom trained her husband to be a dad. (The New York Times)

Remember Taylor Jay’s powerful story? You can still donate to her crowd-sourced campaign. (Taylor Jay Collection)

A horrific account of child abuse and the system that failed to protect a young boy in Los Angeles. (The Atlantic)

When mom knows her unborn baby’s gender, but dad doesn’t. (The Washington Post)

The “feeding style” for families that works. (CNN)

High school students with acne tend to have higher GPAs and are more likely to finish college. (The Atlantic)

Not a huge surprise: Our kids hate our cellphone addiction. (CNET)

What makes a “dad joke.” (The Atlantic)

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