Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:30 am
05/16/14

Photo Via NPR

Don’t have time to scour the internet? No worries. We’ve done it for you. Welcome to the weekly Motherlode. Click away! 

The only six words parents need to tell their kids before and after sports competitions. (Fuller Youth Institute)

Are your children really your “greatest accomplishment?” Read this thoughtful story, and you might reconsider. (Salon)

Ten things one blogger learned about style from being a mom. (The Coveted)

Why teens aren’t reading as much as they used to. (NPR)

Emily Blunt talks about baby Hazel and her enormous breast-milk supply on Ellen. (Us Magazine)

Depression is the leading cause of illness and disability in teens worldwide. (Slate)

The Times asks, how young is too young for kids to have an online identity? (NYT)

Are Mother’s Day ads patronizing? (The New Republic)

What it looks like to breast-feed twins…at the same time. (XO Jane)

Speaking of pairs, twins in Ohio were born holding hands. Craziness! (BBC)

When a son’s love for his mother is more like obsession. (Salon)

 

 

 

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