The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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Beyonce slayed at the VMAs, and brought Blue Ivy along for the ride. (Vimeo)

What kids wish their teachers knew. (The New York Times)

A very pregnant Blac Chyna graces the cover of Paper. (Paper)

She also bares all for Elle. (Elle)

Turns out scores of mothers regret what they named their baby. (Slate)

Teen pregnancies are falling due to better contraception (not less sex). (NPR)

Supermodel Carol Trentini is breastfeeding and beautiful on the cover of Vogue Brazil. (Yahoo!)

RIP Gene Wilder. (HuffPo)

Reimagining the modern classroom. (The Atlantic)

Deets on Blake Lively’s baby shower. (E!)

Are you concerned with your baby boy’s penis size? (The New York Times)

When you become a co-sleeper, after swearing off co-sleeping. (Salon)

Why parents don’t vaccinate their kids. (ABC)

A new study finds screens work like sedatives for children. (Mother Jones)

The number of women who “opt out” of the workplace hasn’t changed in 30 years. (Slate)

Criss Angel on his toddler’s battle with cancer. (People)

When the internet thinks you’re pregnant, post-miscarriage. (The New York Times)

What children should know once they graduate school. (The Atlantic)

When your brother gets pregnant. (Time)

How being bullied as a kid can result in PTSD later in life. (Slate)

Game of Thrones actress Carice van Houten had a baby boy and named him Monte. (People)

Why do kids go to school? (Washington Post)

A little alcohol might not decrease your chances of getting pregnant. (The New York Times)

Lance Bass on his surrogacy plans. (People)

The best baby thermometers. (BabyList)

How overprotective parents hurt their kids. (Psychology Today)

The case for shrinking class sizes and adding teachers. (The Atlantic)

Losing baby weight while keeping your breastmilk supply steady. (The New York Times)

How chores are still divided by gender norms. (Slate)

Giving teens fake babies to look after is backfiring. (CNN)

Nate Berkus and his family have a new reality show coming to TLC. (People)

Teens debate over Snapchat vs. Instagram Stories. (The Atlantic)

When body image issues start in preschool. (Slate)

Charities that throw birthday parties for homeless kids. (The New York Times)

Anna Chlumsky gave birth to her second daughter, Clara Elizabeth. (People)

Celebrating the Jewish mother. (Slate)

Noble Carriage is turning two! Score 15% off everything (except for Gray Label) 9/3 through 9/5 with code HAPPYBIRTHDAY. (Noble Carriage)

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