The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:45 pm
02/05/16

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Karolina Kurkova is trying to start a #breastfeedingselfie movement. (People)

Three-parent babies get the go from bioethicists. (Slate)

The past, present, and future of the Zika virus. (The Atlantic)

Christina Ricci revealed her son’s name for the first time. It’s Freddie. (People)

When blogging about your family leads to online attacks. (The New York Times)

The possible negative side-effects of delivering after 40 weeks. (Medicine Plus)

The flourishing midwife industry on the border of the U.S. and Mexico. (The Atlantic)

After Barbie’s body makeover, some folks think Ken needs a dad bod. (Today)

The CDC is suggesting women don’t drink unless they are using contraception. (New York Magazine)

Facebook’s “Motherhood Challenge”—yay or nay? (Mashable)

One dad suggests that talking to your kids too much is a bad thing. (Salon)

How to curb materialism in your kids. (The New York Times)

Christina Aguilera on the harsh expectations of motherhood. (Women’s Health)

Can you pick out this age-defying mother from her twin daughters? (WSB-TV)

How focusing on happiness turned one Denver school around. (The Atlantic)

The challenge of Marie Kondo-ing your home when it holds memories of a late loved one. (The New York Times)

The best street style from the men’s shows. (Style.com)

How to give c-section babies the same potential benefits of vaginal birth. (Science)

A study finds men spend more money and time on clothes than women. (Slate)

Is souping the new juicing? (The New York Times)

How a parent’s depression can hurt a kid’s school performance. (Time)

A Lifetime movie is being made about NBA star Kevin Durant’s mother. (Deadline)

The science of getting kids organized. (NPR)

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