The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
11/28/14

Photo Via Violet Grey

Eva Mendes opens up about baby Esmeralda and the early days of (nanny-free) motherhood. (Violet Grey)

What to do when your kid starts swearing. (Slate)

Seven tips for living in style with kids. (Remodelista)

New Beyoncé! (Spin)

Inside a stunning modern baby shower. (Domaine)

Why teens can’t stand their moms’ criticism. (Wired)

For the first time in 11 years, Elsa (instead of Barbie) is what girls want for Christmas most of all. (People)

A tip on building a picture wall in your home. (HonestlyWTF)

The most common baby names in the U.S. are James Smith, Michael Smith, and Robert Smith. (Newser)

People are also naming their girls Katniss. (Time)

How giving your kids less can make them more grateful. (The Atlantic)

Rachel Zoe talks motherhood. (Cricket’s Circle)

A simple place setting idea we love. (Sunday Suppers)

Teens are less lonely these days, and they also have less friends. (CNN)

Stillborn babies are ten times as likely to be male than female. (Medical Daily)

One woman’s story of rebuilding her family after divorce. (The New York Times)

Why your kids aren’t grateful for gifts. (Time)

A childless writer ruminates on her obsession with baby names. (The Atlantic)

Why full-time preschool might trump part-time programs. (Bloomberg)

Fathers are Americans’ least favorite person to shop for during the holidays. (Business Insider)

Meet Jumpy, a smartphone watch for kids. (TechCrunch)

The enduring legacy of Mister Rogers. (Variety)

Why many women’s careers stall after motherhood. (Fast Company)

A pomegranate and pistachio quinoa recipe that we’re currently obsessed with. (AARP)

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