The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
02/26/16

Photo Via Kim Kardashian West

Saint West has made his internet debut. (Kim Kardashian West)

How the unpaid work of women and men differ across the globe. (The New York Times)

Ten ways friendships change after you have a baby. (Refinery29)

Chrissy Teigen explains how she “picked” out a girl embryo. Internet trolls go berserk. (People)

The first uterus transplant is now in the books! (The New York Times)

Lego introduces a stay-at-home dad character. (Fortune)

Why we should stop asking young children if they have a “boyfriend” or “girlfriend.” (The New York Times)

This made us LOL big time. (Facebook)

Why fertility treatments aren’t covered for veterans (but are for active-duty soldiers). (The Atlantic)

Moments only working moms know. (Buzzfeed)

Facebook launches its reaction buttons. (The Atlantic)

Johnson & Johnson is ordered to pay $72 million after its baby powder is linked to a cancer death. (Reuters)

The eco-minded, female-focused condom and lube company founded by a father-daughter team. (Fortune)

What many parents and teachers don’t know about ADHD. (Washington Post)

A Dutch study finds exercising while learning helps boost kids’ performance. (Reuters)

The new Melody doll is a good first step in addressing American Girl’s diversity problem. (Slate)

Babies are less likely to get injured if their parents are offered paid maternity/paternity leave. (Time)

The bizarre history of goats being used as wet nurses. Also: Women nursing animals. (Washington Post)

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