The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:50 am
03/18/16

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Melissa McCarthy on the lesson she’s teaching her daughters. (People)

How parenthood contributes to gender inequality. (Harvard)

When your friend steals your baby name. (Cosmo)

A survey of 20,000 teens finds girls are way less happy than boys. (The New York Times)

The end of Sea World’s orca show is near. (The Atlantic)

Barbie’s getting some dedicated art exhibits in Europe. (The New York Times)

Obama on teaching his girls body confidence. (Time)

Baby showers for dads on the rise. (Mashable)

When social media is a grieving child’s savior. (Psychology Today)

Are these the best and worst cities for single moms? (WalletHub)

Jamie Oliver to become a father of five. (People)

The 2016 CFDA Award nominees have been announced. (Vogue)

Americans increasingly approve of gay and lesbian couples adopting kids. (The Verge)

A new program aimed at getting free or cheap diapers to people in need. (Slate)

My Big Fat Greek Wedding‘s Nia Vardalos talks about her rocky road to motherhood, including 13 failed IVF treatments. (People)

The youngest kids in the class are more likely to have ADHD. (NPR)

The Hills star Audrina Patridge is having a girl. (Audrina Patridge)

Are some babies just easier than others? (The New York Times)

Facebook’s “Compassion Team” has made breaking up online a little bit easier. (The New York Times)

Ne-Yo had a son and named him Shaffer. (People)

Teens using long-acting birth control still need to be educated on STD’s. (Mother Jones)

Megyn Kelly on the high expectations placed on new mothers. (People)

What it’s like to be a stay-at-home dad in Sweden (in short: “nirvana”). (Time)

Beloved skate brand Supreme opened a shop in Paris and everyone went wild. (The New York Times)

Chris Bosh is now the father of twin sons Phoenix and Lennox. (People)

Malin Akerman on being glad she waited until her thirties to have her son. (People)

Raising Muslim kids in an era of Islamophobia. (Salon)

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