The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:21 am
07/01/16

Photo Via Jiyang Chen

R.I.P. Bill Cunningham. (The New York Times)

Have you entered to #wintheMOTHERlode yet? (Mother)

Is a “smart” baby crib around the corner? (Recode)

Hillary Clinton’s plan to cap the cost of day care. (The New York Times)

Kids at weddings—yay or nay? (Slate)

Lake Bell on motherhood. (Babycenter)

The challenge of male friendships. (The New York Times)

Kevin Hart is making his daughter wait until she’s 18 to become a comedian…or anything else. (People)

A tech-y way to get children to relax before surgery. (NPR)

Keri Russell reveals her new baby is a boy named Sam. (People)

The long-term risks of early puberty. (The Atlantic)

Audriana Patridge had a girled and named her Kirra Max. (People)

Pubescent girls and the pressure to go bare down there. (The New York Times)

Learn about tokophobia, the fear of giving birth. (The Atlantic)

Possibly the most tech-savvy baby monitor out there. (Fortune)

The link between spanking and aggressive kids. (The New York Times)

How #RegrettingMotherhood is causing concern in Germany. (Slate)

The top 10 summer hazards for kids. (CBS)

Facebook is really all about baby pictures. (The New York Times)

Ellen Page’s new flick about motherhood. (YouTube)

Fresh research on how to deal with kids and eczema. (Live Science)

How one mother had daughters 5 weeks apart. (Yahoo!)

Bose launches a buildable speaker for kids. (Fast Company)

A 60-year-old mother has won the right to use her dead daughter’s frozen eggs to have a grandchild. (Daily Mail)

Pediatricians are now urged to vet your teen’s suicide risk. (USA Today)

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