The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:30 am
05/29/15

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Keira Knightly welcomed her first baby. (People)

How pregnancy changes your brain permanently. (Science World Report)

Simon Cowell says he still hasn’t changed his 15-month-old’s diaper. (People)

Style.com is no more. (Fashionista)

How to motivate your kids to stop skipping school. (NPR)

Thongs are out. Granny panties in? (New York Times)

David Letterman’s best moments with kids. (HuffPo)

Check out the Mother-curated Summer Essentials shop on Hatch. (Hatch Collection)

NYC’s iconic FAO Schwarz toy shop is closing its doors. (New York Times)

Lena Headey from Games of Thrones is expecting a baby girl. (IB Times)

A Florida mom agrees to circumcise her son after being jailed for a week for failing to do so. (Yahoo)

The weirdest baby names of 2014. (Time)

Controversy behind YouTube’s “unboxing” video trend. (AdWeek)

The Batkid trailer. (YouTube)

How Millennials and Baby Boomers view office culture differently. (Forbes)

A new study addressing kids who stutter. (WebMD)

The importance of paid paternity leave. (Slate)

Why one writer quit “ladyblogging.” (Slate)

New research shows preschoolers might be more sedentary than we think. (New York Times)

A new startup that taps a 64-year-old mom to test your website for $75. (Wired)

Google’s patent for toys that watch and listen to your kids. (NBC)

How high altitudes might be connected to SIDS. (ABC)

RIP Mary Ellen Mark. (New York Times)

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