The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:20 am
03/06/15

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Carrie Underwood had a baby boy and named him Isaiah. (People)

Thirty-three phrases to stop toddler tantrums. (HuffPo)

How involved fathers can help end gender inequality. (New York Times)

The disturbing “baby shows” of the 1800s. (The Paris Review)

Twin sisters who look nothing alike. (HuffPo)

Snapchat warns teens to keep their clothes on. (The Week)

Meet Hackaball, a toy that teaches kids to code. (Wired)

Alicia Keys debuts her son, Genesis. (People)

A female executive confesses: “I didn’t realize how horrible I’d been [to women with children]…until I had my own.” (Fortune)

Is 50 the new 40 for motherhood? (CNN)

An Aussie mom who “makes under” Bratz dolls. (Tree Change Dolls)

The Selby and a NYC family take the Bugaboo Diesel for a spin. (The Selby)

Marilyn Manson and his father, both in full makeup. (People)

Behind the scenes of a “butt facial.” (Into The Gloss)

An artsy family home in Sao Paolo. (Freunde Von Freunden)

A study finds one in five girls is the victim of dating violence. (USA Today)

Michelle Williams on the exhaustion of single parenthood. (People)

Nearly 40% of minority teens want careers in tech. (Forbes)

Is there a perfect age to have a child? (Yahoo)

New book Our Kids on leveling the playing field for rich and poor children. (New York Times)

When your baby becomes a meme. (Count On 2)

Taylor Swift is named godmother of Jaime King’s second baby. (People)

Shaunie O’Neal’s new motherhood-themed podcast. (Madame Noire)

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