The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
5:20 pm
11/13/15

Sara Foster welcomed her second daughter and Kate Hudson was there to snap the occasion. (Instagram)

Meanwhile, Karolina Kurkova welcomed her second son. (People)

How to talk to your kid about ugliness. (The New York Times)

Popular baby names your mother never heard of. (Yahoo!)

New research says it’s totally okay to eat in the delivery room. (Slate)

Amber Heard on being a stepmother to Johnny Depp’s two teens. (Marie Claire)

Men are doing more at home, but not as much as they think. (The New York Times)

What it’s like to get botox. (Jezebel)

How to make raising kids less expensive. (U.S. News & World Report)

The case for having your baby sleep in a cardboard box. (Washington Post)

Meet Need-A-Mom, an app for college students in need of nurturing. (Slate)

Kids tell Jimmy Kimmel why a woman can’t be president. Sort of disturbing. (Time)

Why teens favor YouTube and Vine stars over Hollywood celebs. (Tech Insider)

The recipe for an effective anti-bullying policy. (The Atlantic)

Are you a “microcomplainer”? (The New York Times)

A study finds religion doesn’t make children more altruistic. (Los Angeles Times)

Gwen Stefani on the career/motherhood struggle. (People)

Should doctors change the way they test for Down Syndrome? (The Atlantic)

The U.S. cities with the most preterm babies. (Washington Post)

SNL spoofs “Hotline Bling” with “dad” dance moves. (SNL)

A competition in which the winner gets a free IVF cycle. (The New York Times)

A study finds kids who lose their parents early in life are more likely to commit suicide. (Time)

Lake Bell on mommyhood. (InStyle)

Missy Elliott is baaaaaack. (YouTube)

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