The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
11/20/15

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The rise of the Insta-mom. (The New York Times)

Ginnifer Goodwin is expecting (again!). (People)

The states in which C-sections are most common. Plus, why they’re performed. (Slate)

Spotify is broadcasting its improved family leave policy. (Spotify)

The first uterus transplants to treat infertility will be happening in the U.S. any day now. (The New York Times)

How to talk to your kids about terrorism. (Time)

The “mean girl” myth (hint: boys are just as bad). (The New York Times)

A visual history of ancient hair do’s. (The Atlantic)

The new Moschino Barbie commercial has a boy in it. (Slate)

Find out how you can win $1,000 worth of chic Hatch Collection maternity duds! (Hatch)

A heartbreaking tale of a baby’s death on his first day at day care. (The New York Times)

Having kids can make parents less empathetic. (The Atlantic)

The age at which women’s paychecks plateau. (Slate)

The ‘70s feminist slogan that’s back in fashion. (The New York Times)

How the idea of fairness develops in kids around the globe. (The Atlantic)

Is Kate Middleton really pregnant again? (OK!)

A touching MRI of a mother and child. (Smithsonian)

How a simple raisin test on toddlers can predict future academic ability. (Science Daily)

Cute cashmere for babies and toddlers. (Livanna)

How to get better at expressing your emotions. (The Atlantic)

Gwyneth and Valentino’s Wonder Woman collection collab. (The New York Times)

Having too many Facebook friends is stressing teens out. (Telegraph)

Kids’ horrible (and hilarious) spelling mistakes. (Pleated Jeans)

Mindful meditation found to improve teens’ memory. (Reuters)

Doctors now asking parents to weigh in on premmie care. (NPR)

A pacifier that always promises to be clean. (Doddle Pop)

Michael Phelps has a baby boy on the way. (Instagram)

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