The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:21 pm
09/11/15

Photo Via Vox

The history of baby cages. (Vox)

Sienna Miller on being a (newly) single parent. (Vogue U.K.)

The fashion world’s biggest Instagram accounts. (The Cut)

Why one father puts his wife’s career first. (The Atlantic)

Sophie Buhai’s beauty routine. (Into The Gloss)

Every weekend should be a three-day weekend, says science. (NYMag)

How having a baby will cost you…in more ways than one. (Elle)

Dad joke survivors. (YouTube)

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel finally revealed a picture of baby Silas. (People)

Also: Jimmy Fallon and JT’s History of Rap 6. (YouTube)

The opposite of hoarding. (The Atlantic)

When kids grow out of autism. (Slate)

Linda Perry is releasing a kids’ album. (People)

Survival rates for premmies have improved. (NPR)

Are the legions of helicopter parents of college-aged kids a myth? (Salon)

Babies supposedly know that they are FaceTiming. (The Atlantic)

Inside the nursery of Nate Berkus’ daughter, Poppy. (Architectural Digest)

Researchers tested nine baby monitors to see how easily they could be hacked. (The Blaze)

Why more babies are born in summer. (Yahoo)

Kids see more candy ads on TV now than in the past. (Time)

A new book advises you to just “f*ck feelings”. (The Atlantic)

Siblings are the most likely people to transmit whooping cough to a newborn. (Pediatrics)

Anderson Cooper will broadcast his two-year-long investigation on teens and social media in October. (CNN)

How to make kids less scarred of math. (Time)

Why one waitress came to hate children. (Vice)

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