The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:58 am
10/21/16

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Olivia Wilde welcomed daughter Daisy Josephine. (Instagram)

Parenting during this crazy-ass election season. (Salon)

Kerry Washington welcomed son Caleb. (People)

The power of unsupervised play, put to the test. (T Magazine)

Most Americans think one parent (i.e. the mother) should stay home with the kids. (NYMag)

Nasty women, raise your hands. (The Atlantic)

Why working at Patagonia as a mother is amazing. (Slate)

The most influential teens of 2016. (Time)

Rainbow Babe and Rainbow Mama tees for families that’ve suffered miscarriages. (Jessica Zucker)

An argument for being one and done. (NYMag)

If parents work 9-5, why do schools get out at 3? (Slate)

16 unique baby names on the rise. (Today)

The new focus on children’s mental health. (The Atlantic)

Toddlers have shot at least 50 people this year. (Washington Post)

The upside to “bored” kids. (Salon)

The reality of late-term abortions. (Forbes)

Obama’s workout playlist. (Wired)

The misleading promise of IVF. (The New York Times)

Eva Amurri Martino had a boy and named him Major. (People)

This guy is helping folks stop cellphone addiction. (The Atlantic)

Should young women sell their eggs? (The New York Times)

A song that’s scientifically engineered to make your baby happy. (Goldsmiths)

Angela Simmons shows off her son, Sutton. (People)

A weekly money diary of Man Repeller’s mom. (Man Repeller)

Infant mortality soars in Venezuela. (WSJ)

How to transition from a pediatrician to a regular doctor. (The New York Times)

Abortion regret—not really a thing? (Slate)

An Icelandic lawmaker breastfed her child while giving a speech and no one blinked an eye. (Washington Post)

Scottish babies are now getting the cardboard box treatment. (Mashable)

Katy Perry is thinking about kids. (NYMag)

How poor behavior mixes with poor sleep. (The New York Times)

Recreating popular toys for kids with disabilities. (Parents)

The art of making (and not making) plans. (The New York Times)

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