The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
09/16/16

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Clemence Posey is pregnant. (People)

The importance of dropping the “real man” rhetoric when raising boys. (Facebook)

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian are having a girl. (People)

How much do parents matter? (The Atlantic)

When you look pregnant, but you’re not. (The New York Times)

Léa Seydoux is expecting. (People)

Art inspired by Wes Anderson’s “bad dad” characters. (Amazon)

Attachment parenting icon and anti-vac’er Dr. Sears is at risk of losing his medical license. (Slate)

Why Tiki Sumpter kept her pregnancy a secret. (Fit Pregnancy)

Teens will eat healthy…if they think it’s rebellious. (The Cut)

A 6-year-old in transition. (The New York Times)

Mommy blogs and child labor. (Daily Dot)

Anne Hathaway on acting while preggers. (People)

How backyard pot farming is helping kids with autism. (The Atlantic)

Teens report bad sex-ed in schools. (CBS)

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin welcomed a baby boy and named him Leonardo Angel. (People)

The impossible task of talking to teens about their school day. (The New York Times)

Natasha Lyonne is not your “mom.” (Vanity Fair)

Miseducation around the best forms of birth control. (The Atlantic)

Hillary Clinton meets Humans of New York. (Humans of New York)

A board game that teaches girls about their periods. (Slate)

Victoria Beckham talks about her kids on Late Night. (People)

When a writer goes undercover as a substitute teacher. (The Atlantic)

Turns out intelligence is inherited from mothers. (AOL)

Most parents give their kids too much liquid medication. (The New York Times)

Chelsea Clinton got mom-shamed for not attending her daughter’s first day of school. (Slate)

Nicole Richie is not into belly rubs while pregnant. (People)

Reforming discipline policies in charter schools. (The Atlantic)

When changing a diaper is equal to child molestation by law. (Slate)

Balancing a job and a baby in the NICU. (The Cut)

Katy Perry helped deliver her sister’s baby. (ET)

Tooth fairy anxiety. (The New York Times)

Teen hunger is on the rise. (The Atlantic)

Making babies without eggs. (BBC)

The magic in making charts for your kids. (Washington Post)

Pot and pregnancy. (Slate)

Umbilical cord art is a thing. (Red Book)

Toddlers are at the most risk for chemical burns to their eyes. (The New York Times)

How crippling anxiety collides with school. (NPR)

Rob Schneider and his wife named their daughter Madeline Robbie. (People)

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