The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:20 pm
07/22/16

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Solange and her son are just the coolest. (Instagram)

The middle ground between fear and hype when it comes to screentime. (NPR)

A scientific argument for bribing your kids. (The Washington Post)

On working moms and “summer guilt.” (Slate)

This German high school doesn’t include grades, timetables, or lecture-style instructions. (The Guardian)

And this Bronx high school doesn’t have classes. (The Atlantic)

Why parents of toddlers should cut the background noise. (NPR)

An Instagram account dedicated to Sex and the City fashion. (Instagram)

A sweet Australian documentary about the children of gay parents. (Gayby Baby)

Mariah Carey on motherhood. (ET)

How little boys and girls differ in their early obsessions. (Live Science)

A pediatrician’s view on gun violence and kids. (The New York Times)

Why some young adults are putting babies before marriage. (Essence)

Dominique Dawes says motherhood is harder than training for the Olympics. (Today)

How to introduce dogs and cats to a new baby. (Mother Nature Network)

Keshia Knight Pulliam (a.k.a. Rudy Huxtable) is pregnant with a baby girl. (Instagram)

Should pediatricians start discussing sexuality with your kids? (Live Science)

Thandie Newton’s breastfeeding pride. (Instagram)

How to be a good boss. (First Round)

Tig Notaro and her baby boys. (Twitter)

Why it’s hard to let our kids fail. (CNN)

Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones decided to quit Twitter after receiving disgusting, racist harassment. (ABC)

Is a child ever too old for the boob? (Slate)

Growing up in NY’s Chelsea Hotel. (The New York Times)

Why your kids moving out doesn’t always mean you’ll start spending less. (KSL)

Mila Kunis on her second pregnancy compared to her first. (E! News)

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