The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:00 am
08/14/15

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Keira Knightley on the wonder of motherhood and her baby girl, Edie. (Elle)

A study finds new parenthood is worse than divorce, unemployment, and the death of your partner. (Washington Post)

Target is taking the gendered labels off of its kids’ aisles. (Target)

Thirteen things foster parents wish everyone knew. (Stylenik)

Billy Joel became a new dad again at 66. (People)

Lactation pods. (Mamava)

How sexting might improve your relationship. (Slate)

What Steve Jobs taught one father about parenthood. (The New York Times)

The pros and cons of red shirting. (The Atlantic)

When someone else breastfeeds your kid. (Salon)

David Beckham wants folks to back off on the parental judgement. (Instagram)

The average cost of raising a baby. (Wall Street Journal)

Tick hysteria and the best way to search for them. (The New York Times)

The 20 U.S. cities having the most babies. (Bloomberg)

How homework contributes to family stress. (Taylor Francis)

Six back-to-school needs that you can’t buy. (The New York Times)

Score up to 75% off at Storq’s online sample sale, through noon PST today. (Storq)

It’s confirmed: Teens and tweens are getting up too early for school. (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

Should moms be invited to their daughter’s bachelorette parties? (The New York Times)

Perez Hilton on fatherhood. (Yahoo)

Today’s “coddled” college students. (The Atlantic)

How parents give their kids math anxiety. (New York Magazine)

Beyonce is Vogue‘s September covergirl. (Vogue)

What school gardens teach kids. (NPR)

A former nanny becomes a mom. (New York Magazine)

The multi-generational home. (The Atlantic)

Toys that don’t gender-discriminate. (Woozy Moo)

A cool Kickstarter campaign. (Little Mother’s Helper)

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