The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:00 pm
03/11/16

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Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are expecting. (People)

When an abortion isn’t part of your birth plan. (Vogue)

How to handle an anxious kid. (Slate)

Why parents need to fight for recess. (The Washington Post)

Beyoncé performed at Blue Ivy’s school’s fundraiser. (Yahoo)

The prettiest disposable partywares. (Harlow & Grey)

How a man’s health contributes to infertility. (Salon)

Ten of the best music apps for kids. (The Guardian)

“Metric parenting”—yay or nay? (Fast Company)

Clues from Anne Hathaway’s baby shower suggest she’ll be having a baby girl with a “G” name. (Vanity Fair)

Is American individualism destroying our families? (Salon)

The first certified-organic skin and haircare line for kids of color. (The Brown Crayon Project)

Hayden Panettiere on her postpartum depression. (Yahoo)

Asian-American teens most likely to lie to their doctors about sexual activity. (NPR)

Inside Kandi Burruss’ and baby Ace’s nursery. (People)

How to keep reducing teen pregnancies. (The Atlantic)

Willow Smith is a new ambassador for Chanel. (Vogue)

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin are expecting a baby boy. (Instagram)

Twenty reasons why teens get angry with their parents. (Psychology Today)

A first look at Bravo’s new show, There Goes The Motherhood. (People)

Rethinking giving premmies antibiotics. (Newsweek)

Behind the scenes of the new Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell comedy Bad Moms. (Daily Mail)

Should there be a ban on elementary school homework? (Salon)

Tori Spelling on dyeing her 7-year-old daughter’s hair. (People)

More than half of what Americans eat is “ultra processed.” (The Atlantic)

Ten shows parents and teens will enjoy watching together. (Common Sense Media)

How beautiful is BabyBjorn’s new Watercolor Collection? (BabyBjorn)

(Faux) tattoo sleeves for kids. (TotTude)

Christina Ricci on raising son Freddie. (People)

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