The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
10/03/14

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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had a baby girl. (People)

So did Chelsea Clinton, and she named her Charlotte. (People)

“You poked my heart” has never sounded so heartbreakingly cute as in this viral video. (YouTube)

A dozen tips for helping your children get through shots at the doctor’s office. (NYTimes)

These babies are not amused by their Halloween costumes. But we are. (Playbuzz)

How an hour of physical activity each day helps your kid’s brain. (LA Times)

The American Academy of Pediatrics is now recommending doctors suggest teen girls use IUDs or other birth control implants instead of the pill. (CNN)

One way to beat poverty’s long-lasting and devastating effects on babies and children. (NY Times)

A mother’s stunning 12-year portrait project of her daughter mingling with wild animals. (HuffPo)

Is American parenting killing the American marriage? (Quartz)

Why the U.S.’s infant mortality rate is so high. (The Atlantic)

How the 2008 recession resulted in a half-million fewer American babies. (The Atlantic)

Molly Sims is expecting her second child. (People)

Snooki had her baby girl, Giovanna. (People)

How to give your kids effective instructions. (Child Mind)

One mother ruminates on embracing the (working) mommy track. (Time)

Ten activities to keep your children moving this fall. (Active Beat)

Four things the parents of teens should know about. (Today)

Jennifer Garner sold a parenting-themed sitcom to Fox. (Hollywood Reporter)

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