The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:30 am
05/22/15

Photo Via Elle Australia

A model breastfeeding on the cover of Elle Australia. (Elle AU)

From cellphones to school, what makes kids around the world happy. (NPR)

In case you’re not sick of hearing about it: The dad bod, quantified. (The New York Times)

An argument for not limiting screen-time for your kids. (Washington Post)

RIP Elisabeth Bing, the mother of lamaze. (The New York Times)

Why hip-hop classes trump ballet when it comes to exercise for kids. (Time)

The author of Twitter feed The Honest Toddler has a new book: Toddlers Are A**holes. (Amazon)

Why some parents are just saying “no” to conventional haircuts for boys. (The New York Times)

What to eat after a workout. (The Coveteur)

The most Googled baby names by state. (Time)

Larry Clark’s controversial film Kids just turned 20. Find out where its stars are now. (i-D)

Leighton Meester’s baby bump. (Us Magazine)

An Oxford study finds trying to “do it all” is driving dads into depression. (Telegraph)

How single parenthood affects one’s health. (Yahoo)

Beauty trend: Contouring your eyes. (Into The Gloss)

When NBA players bring their kids to press conferences. (Fox Sports)

Is L.A. the new Paris? (The New York Times)

Buy a temp-regulating swaddle/sleep sack, help keep premie babies in developing country alive. (Kickstarter/Little Lotus)

Why babies learn more when they are challenged. (The Columbus Dispatch)

A 65-year-old Israeli woman became a first-time mother. (SF Gate)

Chelsea Clinton is writing a book for kids ages 10-14. (International Business Times)

Nate Berkus’ new daughter, Poppy. (People)

Why 58 families of autistic children are suing Disney. (Orlando Sentinel)

How to talk to your kids about the historic contributions of African-American women. (Time)

Jaime King on choosing Taylor Swift as the godmother of her unborn baby. (People)

When your enthusiasm for breastfeeding changes from child to child. (Slate)

Age-ism and sexism is Hollywood. (Salon)

“Mom Proms.” (Alabama)

How Stephen Curry’s “hot mom” is breaking the internet. (Heavy)

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