The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:00 pm
10/17/14

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Blake Lively dresses her baby bump in sequins, talks motherhood. (People)

Lykke Li on her beauty routine, travel essentials, and shopping habits. (The Coveteur)

The 25 most influential teens of 2014. (Time)

A little rumination on SAHMs that complain about being SAHMs. (Jezebel)

The heart-wrenching reality of miscarriage. (The New York Times)

What to do when a playdate goes bad. (The New York Times)

Why kids sext. (The Atlantic)

The disgraced John Galliano has been hired as creative director at Margiela. (The New York Times)

An enlightening Q&A with supermodel mama Amber Valletta. (Into The Gloss)

Yikes. Mullets might be making a comeback. (The New York Times)

Right or wrong? Greta Van Susteren says Gwyneth Paltrow is not a “working mother.” (Mediate)

Is reading you kid a book on the iPad as effective as reading them a real book? (The New York Times)

How to get kids to eat intimidating foods. (Bon Appetit)

Zoe Saldana confirms she’s having twin boys. (People)

The rise of empty-nester-themed books. (The New York Times)

Five easy ways to show your child you love them. (MSN)

New research finds heavier babies do better in school. (The New York Times)

A possible way to get teens to stop drinking sugary beverages. (Time)

How kids lose their creativity as they age, and how to prevent it. (Forbes)

Are you “sexifying” your child? (Salon)

How (certain) video games can help kids. (Washington Post)

What teens will be reading next. (CNN)

Simon Cowell admits he’s not a “hands-on dad.” (Yahoo)

Meet the world’s first baby sloth born via Caesarean. (BBC)

Jude Law is expecting his fifth child. (People)

Balancing work and motherhood as a documentary film producer. (Forbes)

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