The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:26 pm
04/29/16

Photo Via Twitter/Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson had a son and named him Remington (“Remy”) Alexander. (Twitter)

A huge, 5-decade study finds spanking is bad for kids. (The Atlantic)

The teen birthrate is at an all-time low. (Washington Post)

Why mothers fare worse in divorce. (The Atlantic)

Stream Adele’s top hits, now in lullaby form. (Rockabye Baby)

How gender stereotyping sometimes begins with an infant’s cries. (Medical News Today)

Everything you need to know about the Zika virus if you’re pregnant in America. (Cosmo)

Beyoncé’s stylist on her Lemonade fashion. (The New York Times)

Why so many smart people aren’t happy. (The Atlantic)

The cutest baby blankets by Nico Nico x Heather Taylor Home. (Heather Taylor)

Extracting sperm from a dead partner. It can happen. (The Atlantic)

Could your new-baby fatigue actually be a thyroid issue? (The New York Times)

The rise of mensesplaining. (The Atlantic)

Music might help babies learn. (NBC)

The problem with offering your kids just a sip of alcohol. (The New York Times)

One mother on raising a violent, bipolar son. (NPR)

How to help your kids survive cruel gossip. (The Washington Post)

One way to break your cellphone addiction. (The Atlantic)

A warning about kids and detergent packets. (Reuters)

How early should kids learn about sexual consent? (The Atlantic)

A mother gave birth on an airplane and named her baby Jet Star. (Fox News)

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