The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
10/23/15

Photo Via Vogue

The tiny street style stars at Seoul Fashion Week. (Vogue)

A big study finds that birth order really doesn’t matter. (The Atlantic)

Underwear for women with periods. (Slate)

Zooey Deschanel named her daughter Elsie Otter. (People)

Everyone’s talking about Drake’s “Hotline Bling” video. (The Atlantic)

A sudden death within a popular vlogging family. (Salon)

Inside an elementary school’s lockdown drill. (The Atlantic)

Why boys from disadvantaged homes have it worse than girls. (The New York Times)

Sesame Street has a new character with autism. (NPR)

Raf Simons leaves Dior. (The New York Times)

Are school dress codes sexist? (The Atlantic)

A new survey finds kids dig discipline and participation trophies. (NPR)

Sienna Miller and her daughter looking pretty adorable. (Vogue)

JWoww is pregnant again. (People)

Disney princesses turned Instagram memes. (The New York Times)

Evangeline Lilly had a second child. (People)

The 12 scariest moments in kids’ films. (Rolling Stone)

Teens are smoking less cigarettes, but smoking way more pot. (Tech Times)

Researchers are starting to understand why and how infants imitate their caregivers. (Wall Street Journal)

A fitness band for kids that teaches them about philanthropy. (Wired)

The government’s “farm-to-school” movement is gaining momentum at public school cafeterias. (The Atlantic)

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