The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
01/30/15

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J.Lo would like another baby. (People)

Your horoscope for 2015. (The Coveteur)

Are Dutch babies “better” than American babies? (New York Magazine)

The “etiquette” around sharing miscarriage news. (New York Times)

The amazing all-female cast of the new Ghostbusters movie—Kristen Wiig included! (Hollywood Reporter)

Meet the radical Brownies of Oakland. (Refinery29)

Twenty-three pieces of motherly advice from the Crazy Jewish Mom on Instagram. (MTV)

Similac’s new campaign to stop the mommy wars. (Similac)

Baby names inspired by Snowpocalypse 2015. (Today)

How many baby showers is too many baby showers? (Madame Noire)

Things no one tells you about becoming a dad. (Buzzfeed)

The American Academy of Pediatrics is putting its support behind medical marijuana for children. (Vice)

Just in time for the Super Bowl, the evolution of dad-vertising. (The Root)

How to be a good parent and entrepreneur. (Entrepreneur)

We can’t wait to see this film about Kurt Cobain, execute produced by his daughter Frances Bean. (Rolling Stone)

A Seattle mom created Hogwarts out of 400,000 LEGOS. (My Modern Met)

Kelly Slater created a surf-inspired home collection for PB Teen. (People)

The eight stages of early parenthood. Did they get it right? (Daily Life)

Tips on raising bilingual kids. (Quartz)

Meet Hugh Hefner’s son. (Business Insider)

Do you keep your phone nearby 24/7? (New York Times)

A blurry first look of Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic. (Slash Film)

David Beckham compares fatherhood to being an Uber driver. (People)

Drew Barrymore explains how her turbulent childhood helps her as a mother. (People)

Money, not marital status, has a greater impact on how one will raise a child. (Slate)

Julianne Moore on motherhood, among other things. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Tracee Ellis Ross on growing up Diana Ross’ daughter. (New York Times)

The best and worst states when it comes to vaccinating kids. (Washington Post)

Is Obama waging a “war” against stay-at-home moms? (The Week)

The movie Mommy that the critics can’t stop talking about. (NPR)

The bizarre tale of Sherri Sherpherd’s former surrogate. (Jezebel)

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