The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:50 pm
11/06/15

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President Obama and a trick-or-treating baby dressed as the pope. (ABC News)

New research finds the modern family “stressed, tired, rushed.” Sound familiar? (The New York Times)

A case for embracing screen-time. (The Atlantic)

Instagram leads the pack in the most popular social networks for today’s teens. (Business Insider)

Adele explains why motherhood made her return to music. (Rolling Stone)

The history of gendered toys. (The New York Times)

The name Sofia is taking over the world. (Live Science)

An emoji to spot and prevent online bullying. (Ad Week)

Angelina Jolie admits she’s just a “dorky mom.” (People)

The do’s and don’ts of talking to your kids about sex. (CBS News)

A new Netflix show hailed as the “new definitive millennial comedy.” (Salon)

Is a “spectrum” the best way to talk about autism? (The Atlantic)

Eddie Murphy to become a new father for the ninth time. (People)

Major depressive episodes on the rise for teens. (The Boston Globe)

How much are a woman’s eggs worth? (The Atlantic)

The high-school locker room debate when you’re a transgender kid. (Chicago Tribune)

When being a SAHM carries guilt. (The New York Times)

A case for not putting your child in preschool. (Tech Insider)

What overweight kids eat. (The Atlantic)

How stereotypes about teens can undermine parents’ confidence. (NPR)

A study finds babies of pregnant women with cancer still fare well. (Seattle Times)

How happiness ebbs and flows throughout life. (The Atlantic)

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