The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:16 pm
11/04/16

Photo Via Vanity Fair

Adele on postpartum depression, the tension of motherhood, and a whole lot more. (Vanity Fair)

TEDWomen’s controversial baby ban. (Quartz)

Ryan Reynolds confirms his second daughter with Blake Lively is a girl. (People)

The smart way to talk to teens about sexting. (Mashable)

Parents might be wasting their money buying baby breathing monitors. (The Atlantic)

The benefit of calling a penis a penis and a vagina a vagina. (The New York Times)

Nicole Kidman’s new movie about adoption. (People)

The family “witching hour” captured in photos. (The New York Times)

Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at the CMAs. (Jezebel)

Why morning people thrive. (The Atlantic)

What’s happening inside the teen brain. (Mindful)

Teens are no longer more likely than adults to believe in god, miracles, heaven, etc. (PR Newswire)

The benefits of “dad bod.” (Newsweek)

Jimmy Kimmel’s cruel post-Halloween prank on kids. (Time)

A study found 1 out of 5 parents in California were abused as children. (Slate)

How mobile devices in bedrooms are robbing kids of sleep. (Los Angeles Times)

What happens when you shield children from boredom. (Mindful)

50 business ideas for teens. (Small Biz Trends)

Loads of money is going to marketing unhealthy baby and toddler food. (CBS)

Opioid poisonings for toddlers and teens are on the rise. (The New York Times)

Inside the world of extreme “promposals.” (Vice)

Gisele gave 99% of her kids’ Halloween candy away. (People)

Abortion by pill is becoming almost as common as abortion by surgery. (Slate)

The best and worst states to have a baby. (Entrepreneur)

When your kid stops cuddling you. (The New York Times)

Screening kids for obesity, starting at 6. (Los Angeles Times)

RIP James Galanos. (The New York Times)

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