The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
08/05/16

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Eva Mendes talks motherhood and baby names. (Latina)

Basically, however you get your baby to sleep, they’re going to be okay. (The New York Times)

The iPhone’s pistol emoji has been replaced by a lime-green water gun. (USA Today)

Tyra Banks on motherhood, business, and possible adoption plans. (The Telegraph)

Instagram is now copying Snapchat. (The Atlantic)

Harry Potter is now a dad. (The New York Times)

Making “women’s work” everyone’s work. (The Atlantic)

The looks-changing pills teens are popping. (The New York Times)

If high school were taught like kindergarten. (The Atlantic)

Ellie Kemper had a baby boy. (People)

Mini Rodini x Bambi. Gimme! (Noble Carriage)

Why babies learn specific first words. (Scientific American)

Have you heard of ovarian rejuvenation? (Cosmo)

A new study on screentime and babies. (The Wall Street Journal)

Cat Deely named her son Milo. (People)

Dual language high schools are on the rise. (The Atlantic)

Emojis for motherhood. (EmojiMom)

Another scientific advantage for breast-feed babies. (The New York Times)

Kids reenacting scenes from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. (Mashable)

Where Clinton and Trump stand on education. (The Atlantic)

Are we raising a generation of nature-phobic kids? (Los Angeles Times)

The longterm effects of postnatal depletion. (Goop)

A Sandy Hook dad returns to the site of his 6-year-old son’s murder. (People)

Trampoline injuries are on the rise. (Live Science)

Donald Trump loves babies…just kidding! (Gawker)

Jenna Jameson is pregnant. (People)

Great (and often overlooked) female furniture designers, as highlighted by Rachel Comey. (T Magazine)

Privacy-focused parenting inspired by Edward Snowden. (Salon)

Drake’s dad stars in a video about…Drake’s dad. (Pitchfork)

Are your parents still paying your cellphone bill? (MarketWatch)

Google’s new app will allow kids to explore the Himalayas. (Play)

Even small bursts of exercise help fight childhood obesity. (Time)

A warning for women getting cerclages (a.k.a. stitching your cervix shut) to prevent preterm birth. (Telegraph UK)

Pokemon Go and the implications of future play. (The Atlantic)

Paul Scheer had another baby boy. (People)

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