The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
11/11/16

Photo Via Gee Vaucher

Aaron Sorkin’s spot-on letter to his 15-year-old daughter after Trump’s victory. (Vanity Fair)

What parents should tell their kids about the election. (Los Angeles Times)

How some parents and educators are talking about Trump’s win. (The Atlantic)

Want to take action? Here’s a list of great organizations to get involved with. (Jezebel)

Blac Chyna had her baby girl and named her Dream. (E!)

The burden of being a black teacher. (The Atlantic)

Family travel in a time of terror. (New York Times)

Ivanka Trump and empowerment feminism. (Slate)

Should parents really share a room with their baby? (New York Times)

How teens talk about the parents that they seemingly ignore. (Washington Post)

Molly Sims is pregnant with a baby boy. (People)

Is it “right” to sleep train babies? (BBC)

How several state and local election results will help women and working parents. (Slate)

This mom (and her daughter) ran into Hillary Clinton while hiking. (Today)

Spying on your kids—yay or nay? (New York Times)

R.I.P. Leonard Cohen. (Rolling Stone)

Are female artists finally getting their due? (The Atlantic)

Michael Bublé’s 3-year-old son has been diagnosed with liver cancer. (People)

Wonder Woman star Gal Godot is pregnant with her second child. (CNN)

The powerful women in America’s schools. (The Atlantic)

NY’s Cooper Hewitt Museum is a mommy-and-me hotspot. (New York Times)

Russell Brand and Laura Gallacher named their daughter Mabel and plan to raise her gender neutral. (The Sun)

A vote for using laughing gas during labor. (The Cut)

When your baby’s clothing does the talking for them. (Wall Street Journal)

Stella McCartney launches menswear. (New York Times)

Some parents should be testing their babies before they offer them peanuts. (Fox News)

What to do when your kid cheats in school. (U.S. News and World Report)

The smart way to argue with your young teenager. (Wall Street Journal)

The conflict around having or not having kids. (The Atlantic)

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