Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
07/04/14

Teens are spending the wee hours of the morning—when you think they’re sleeping—texting and watching random YouTube videos. It’s called “vamping.” (NY Times)

What’s up with all the dead-mother (and fabulous father) plots in fairytales and Disney movies, anyways? (The Atlantic)

An argument for your child being “good enough.” (HuffPo)

The battle over asking grandparents to get vaccinated. (NY Times)

Street style inspiration incorporating the storied Stan Smith sneaker…on ladies. (HonestlyWTF)

Forrest-green walls that work. We want! (Freunde von Freunden)

Five sex facts you’re getting all wrong. (Slate)

The Bey-Z saga continues with Beyonce changing up some of her lyrics at a recent concert. (HuffPo)

Olympian Alysia Montano ran the U.S. track national championships at 8 months pregnant. Go mama! (Ellen)

Matt Lauer is feeling the heat after asking GM’s CEO is it’s possible to be a good mom, too. (Hollywood Life)

Want your baby to become more helpful? Have him dance in time with others, says a new study. (CTV News)

After suffering an ectopic pregnancy, Vanessa Carlton is pregnant with her first child. (People)

The bodysuit is back. (WSJ)

Three new ways marketers are now targeting women. (Entrepreneur)

A new study finds a link between moms with fertility issues and children at risk for psychiatric disorders. (Scotsman)

Five research-backed reasons stay-at-home dads are supposedly better than dads that work outside the home. (Time)

Apple’s new “Parenthood”-themed advertisement for the iPhone 5S. And now we want all those apps… (Osxdaily)

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