The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:00 pm
02/12/16

Photo Via Instagram/Beyonce

Beyoncé slays the world (and Super Bowl) with new hit “Formation.” (Beyoncé)

Watch kids review those new Barbies with diverse bodies. (BuzzFeed)

Ryan Reynolds is named People‘s Sexiest Dad Alive. (People)

Target is launching a new gender-neutral kids’ decor line, Pillowfort. (Target)

The Fashion Week spectacle that was Yeezy Season 3. (Vogue)

How to explain the “parenting gap” on your resume. (My Domaine)

Eight simple ways to teach your kids to get organized. (Time)

Mother-of-four Natalia Vodianova’s beauty routine. (The New York Times)

Overly critical parenting linked to persistent ADHD in kids. (Washington Post)

Gwyneth shares a pic of her mini-me Apple. (Instagram)

Rose Byrne had a baby and named him Rocco. (People)

Tennis star Andy Murray had a baby girl. (BBC)

The power of thinking like a preschooler. (The Atlantic)

Hospitals in Massachusetts are getting rid of their newborn nurseries. (Time)

Should we really stop “celebrating” single motherhood? (The Washington Post)

Kanye West’s new video game is all about his mother riding a pegasus to heaven. (People)

Kelly Clarkson wrote a children’s book. (People)

New research finds kids raised with half- and step-siblings are more aggressive. (Quartz)

Liv Tyler on juggling kids and a career. (Evening Standard)

Ben Stiller’s son, giving Blue Steel face. (People)

The rise of rich mothers having twins. (The Atlantic)

Kim Kardashian on having two kids versus one. (People)

Karolina Kurkova on the same topic. (E!)

A video of a mom getting her four toddlers ready for bed is going viral. (ABC)

Garbage Pail Kids’ new presidential candidate cards. (Topps)

What preschool open-house season is really like. (Medium)

How to educate an original thinker. (The Atlantic)

Blake Lively, her mom, and Kris Jenner on mommy-daughter style. (W)

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