The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:20 pm
10/20/17

Photo Via Time

Time magazine tackles an era of motherhood judgement, as well as a new and overdue anti-shaming movement. (Time)

When everyone is an expert once you’re pregnant. (Time)

Postpartum depression and dads. (The New York Times)

#MeToo ignites. (Slate)

Somewhat swept under the rug: over a dozen allegations against Donald Trump. (Slate)

Two strategies that might decrease the risk of stillbirths. (Salon)

Jimmy Fallon has a new kids book out. Calls fatherhood the “best thing ever.” (People)

This is the carseat Beyoncé is using for the twins. (Bloomingdales)

Billy Joel to become a “new” dad again at 68. (CNN)

A lack of sleep tied to diabetes in pregnancy. (The New York Times)

Combatting racial bias starting in childhood. (Salon)

How to talk to scarred kids about Halloween monsters. (Fatherly)

Don’t chose these trending baby names if you want to be unique. (Nameberry)

Thanks to smartphones, teens are sleeping less. (PBS)

Why parents make flawed decisions on their children’s schooling. (The Atlantic)

Keeping a diary in an age of over-sharing. (The Atlantic)

Why laying down on your side might aid labor. (The New York Times)

Perez Hilton had a new baby via surrogate. (People)

When your teenager asks if you smoked weed. (The New York Times)

What the Girl Scouts can learn from women’s colleges. (The Atlantic)

Marketers new dream: millennial dads. (Business Insider)

Lisa Marie Presley and her lookalike daughters. (People)

The consequences of a decline in enrollment at the Midwest’s public universities. (The Atlantic)

Erika Christensen on the difficulty of nursing. (People)

The groups fighting for girls’ education in India. (The Atlantic)

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