The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:15 am
06/05/15

Photo Via Instagram/Marisa Miller

Sports Illustrated model Marisa Miller welcomed her second son. (People)

The history of baby formula advertising. (Slate)

For the first time ever, a FDA advisory panel backed the approval of the first “Viagra for women.” (New York Times)

One answer to the burning question: How can I have a baby and a career? (NY Mag)

Sheryl Sandberg’s touching tribute to her late husband. (Facebook)

Kim Kardashian is pregnant with baby #2, possibly through IVF. (People)

How and why the maternal age gap differs by state. (Slate)

Cancer treatments for kids have gotten gentler, and more effective. (New York Times)

How to spray perfume so it lasts. (Into The Gloss)

Painfully cute kid fails. (College Humor)

U.S. teens are drinking, smoking, and bullying less than they used to. (Time)

Emojis that make it easier for kids to talk about abuse. (Wired)

Captivating pictures of teenage motherhood in Latin America. (New York Times)

Disney and Hasbro are partnering for a line of wearable tech toys. (Fortune)

How one “proud non-breeder” changed her mind. (NY Mag)

A very worthy cause. (Go Fund Me/For Ivy Scout)

Legally changing your baby’s name after it just doesn’t feel right. (Slate)

Watch kids react to the original Transformers cartoon series. (Boing Boing)

Avocado cheesecake. (The Coveteur)

A case for reading aloud to your teens. (Washington Post)

An invention to prevent kids overheating in hot cars. (HuffPo)

Kids react to adults dropping their wallets. (People)

An iconic high chair, now $50 off. (Stokke)

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