The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:00 am
01/23/15

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Meet the new Gerber baby. (Us Magazine)

Millennials try to give the “sex talk” to their future kids…on video. (Buzzfeed)

Inside Tavi’s NYC closet. (The Coveteur)

Scientists say the debate on “designer babies” should start now. (BBC)

J.Lo and Jimmy Fallon play an intense game of Catchphrase. (YouTube)

Are the Oscars bias against female directors? (Slate)

How to talk to your teenage daughter about sex—especially useful for dads. (Salon)

Obama says family leave is not just a “women’s issue.” (New York Times)

How diapers might help scientists. (Scientific American)

Move over normcore. Meet babycore. (Refinery29)

Birth defect fears are on the rise for the large number of women consuming opioid painkillers. (New York Times)

A 5-year-old gets invoiced for being a no-show at a birthday party. Whose side are you on? (Salon)

Is the power lunch over? (New York Times)

Marisa Miller is having another boy. (People)

Fifteen celebrities you might not have known had home births. (PopSugar)

How to help kids that can’t focus. (Time)

The awkward marital sex scenes in HBO’s Togetherness. (Slate)

Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson had a baby boy, Tatum. (People)

Christina Milian on how motherhood changed her life. (People)

The most successful father-son duos in sports history. (Bleacher Report)

The truth about prenatal test results. (BabyCenter)

Cat saves baby in Russia. (Tech Times)

Whole Foods-inspired baby names. (Eater)

Mindy Kaling’s secrets to happiness. (Good Housekeeping)

Teens who sleep less are more likely to have drinking problems. (NPR)

Police investigate a “free-range” family for letting the kids walk home alone. (Slate)

The U.S. birthrate is at an all-time low and the average age of first-time mothers has risen to 26. (CBS News)

A baby was born in-flight during a trip from Jordan to NYC. (NY Daily News)

Usain Bolt reviews infants striking his signature pose. (Telegraph UK)

Kids react to old-school toy Teddy Ruxpin. (CNET)

A dad turns his home into a huge plastic ball pit while his wife is away. (Digg)

Jessie J sings the song “Bang Bang” with her mouth closed. (Us Weekly)

The SuperBowl ad that’ll have dad-lovers tearing up. (Time)

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