The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:02 pm
04/03/15

Photo Via Instagram/Coco Rocha

Model Coco Rocha had a baby and named her Ioni. (Instagram)

When having children implodes your marriage. (Salon)

How to transition back to office life after having a baby. (Fast Company)

Will the U.S. step it up when it comes to paid family leave? (New York Times)

Olivia Wilde on her post-baby bod and looking like a “mother.” (People)

This 40-second video might save your baby’s life. (YouTube)

Move over mom jeans. Meet “dad shorts.” (The Guardian)

Spending more time with your kids might not effect their long-term well-being. (Slate)

A hearty salad that’s supposed to make your skin glow. (Self)

Yay or nay? Amazon’s new Dash Button. (The New Yorker)

Milla Jovovich had a second girl and named her Dashiel. (People)

Confessions of mothers around the world. (The Atlantic)

A bunch of things today’s kids will never do (that you did). (MSN)

The best bronzers for every skin tone. (Into The Gloss)

Cate Blanchett talks about her new adopted daughter. (Good Morning America)

Ad-Rock from the Beastie Boys offers teens advice. (Rolling Stone)

British teens are worried they’re addicted to porn. (Mashable)

Did having baby boomer parents “destroy” you? (Salon)

A pretty apartment in Berlin. (Freunde Von Freunden)

How a family’s income literally shapes a child’s brain. (L.A. Times)

Kids allowed sips of alcohol are more likely to drink in high school. (CNN)

How sick teens are taking charge of their possible deaths. (New York Times)

Patrice Arquette is writing a book about her career and life as a single mom. (Indie Wire)

Why buttons are on opposite sides of men’s and women’s shirts. (The Atlantic)

Ten rare images of babies born in the amniotic sac. (The Stir)

Scott Simon’s new book about his mother. (NPR)

How to help babies learn faster. (Time)

Working dads feel guilt, too. (Pew Research Center)

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