The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:15 pm
09/25/15

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Liv Tyler compares motherhood to conducting a giant orchestra. (People)

How “toxic” modern work environments aren’t compatible with caring for kids and elders. (The New York Times)

American kids are obsessed with apples. (Los Angeles Times)

When a mother’s grief goes viral. (Buzzfeed)

Leighton Meester had a baby girl and named her Arlo Day. (People)

A new movie about having babies later in life. (Pushing Motherhood)

Ryan Reynolds on nanny-free fatherhood. (GQ)

A simple solution to get your kid to go the f*ck to sleep. (NPR)

A mother’s fear in the age of school shootings. (The Atlantic)

One of our favorite brick and mortar kids’ shops is now doing e-commerce. (Mapamundi Kids)

A study finds men, not women, are more distracted in the workplace. (Slate)

Ivanka Trump is expecting her third child. (People)

The history of the mason jar. (The Atlantic)

How TV can make children better readers. (NPR)

Wendy Williams on motherhood and her heartbreaking miscarriages. (Essence)

Birthday cake hacks. (Buzzfeed)

Why women might not want jobs at the top. (Slate)

How time-crunched kids are eating less at school. (NPR)

Tyra Banks and Chrissy Tiegen open up about their fertility struggles. (Bossip)

The hidden gifts of the autistic brain. (The Atlantic)

Ashlee Simpson showed off a first pic of her daughter, Jagger Snow. (Instagram)

A high school where college is not the goal. (The Atlantic)

Alice and Olivia designer Stacey Bendet had a daughter and named her Athena Belle. (Instagram)

What do you want people to say about you when you’ve left the room? (The Hairpin)

How family ideals applied to business create sexist corporate culture. (The Atlantic)

A first look at Leah Jenner’s baby girl. (Instagram)

How to live with mounds of homework. (Toca Boca Magazine)

Stokke’s all-black-everything stroller is back in stock. (Neiman Marcus)

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