The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:57 am
03/04/16

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Chrissy Tiegen’s winning Oscar look. (People)

Breaking the silence around miscarriage. (The Atlantic)

Meet Kiddle, the Google for kids. (Kiddle)

The U.S. military will now cover egg-freezing for active-duty servicewomen. (The Atlantic)

Teaching mindfulness in schools—yay or nay? (Slate)

Disneyland and Disney World introduce surge pricing. (Fox News)

Lifetime’s new celebrity reality show, The Mother/Daughter Experiment. (E!)

A dreamy preschool teaching tots to grow and harvest their own food. (Inhabitat)

How to get children to kick their sugar habit. (Washington Post)

Leap year baby problems. (Buzzfeed)

A resource that makes infertility treatment less lonely. (Slate)

A study finds that when trans kids are supported by their parents, they thrive as much as their peers. (Think Progress)

Teens can now (legally) sext freely in New Mexico. (The Cut)

Jessica Biel opened her kid-friendly L.A. restaurant, Au Fudge. (People)

Unmasking Banksy. (The Atlantic)

A new study suggests you can try for another baby right after a miscarriage. (The New York Times)

The viral “Bernie Baby” tragically dies of SIDS. (NY Daily News)

How a parent’s depression affects their kid’s school performance. (The New York Times)

Vaginal deliveries linked to higher urinary incontinence. (The New York Times)

Jimmy Kimmel tries to help Ginnifer Goodwin come up with a baby name. (People)

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