The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:20 am
07/24/15

Photo Via Diary of a Teenage Girl

Thanks to its rating, The Diary of a Teenage Girl won’t be able to be seen by most teenage girls. (Jezebel)

Millennial moms are more apt than previous generations to pause their careers to have kids. (New York Times)

Possibly the chicest birthing/hospital gown ever. (James Fox Co.)

A new study says a 4-pound weight gain is the norm for fathers (vs. non-fathers). (NBC)

Today’s teens are having sex more responsibly. (Slate)

Jaime King welcomed her second son and named him Leo Thames. (Just Jared)

Eight reasons women decide to become SAHMs. (HuffPo)

The cost of diapers is the leading cause of mental health problems for low-income moms. (The Atlantic)

Storq has launched a $65 intimates bundle. Ooh la la. (Storq)

Cigarette and alcohol use is on the decline for teens, while pot is on the rise. (Penn State)

When a restaurant owner tells your toddler to “shut the hell up.” (Washington Post)

Teaching “grit” in the classroom. (The Atlantic)

Fashion’s latest (albeit not new) trend: Underage models. (New York Times)

Expect deep back-to-school discounts for teen retailers this year. (Reuters)

Battling your thumb-sucking child. (New York Times)

Inside the home of Nicole Richie’s 16-year-old sis, Sofia Richie. (The Coveteur)

An interview with the director of the thought-provoking doc Do I Sound Gay? (Slate)

Bill Hader on his potty mouth daughter. (People)

Jimmy Kimmel asks kids to explain adultery. (YouTube)

How the controversial No Child Left Behind law might help special needs kids. (The Atlantic)

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