The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:59 pm
12/02/16

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Amanda Seyfried is pregnant with her first child. (E!)

Cool modern dads want to be called “papa,” not “dad.” (Daily Beast)

When Finnish teachers work in American schools (The Atlantic)

Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper are expecting. (E!)

What Donald Trump and toddlers have in common. (Time)

Our mama crush Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie just got a big beauty contract. (The New York Times)

What 100 American workers have to say about their jobs. (The Atlantic)

The best books of 2016 for kids and teens. (New York Public Library)

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had their baby boy. (ABC)

Michelle Williams on single parenthood. (USA Today)

The hidden link between climate change and child marriage. (The Atlantic)

A breastfeeding Barbie. (HuffPo)

This amazing “badass lesbian motorcycle gang” is all about delivering breastmilk to babies who need it. (New York Post)

Sheryl Sandberg just donated $100 million to charity. (Recode)

How Trump’s win is negatively impacting minority and LGBTQ students. (Slate)

When you lose your son at the tender age of 22. (The New York Times)

A new study finds it’s the quality of time dads spend with kids (over the quantity) that matters. (Slate)

Cheryl Cole is pregnant. (The Sun)

Making gifted programs more diverse. (The Atlantic)

A worthy holiday cause—PJs and books for kids in need. (Crowdrise)

Three apps that can help you monitor your teens’ online activity. (Today)

Self magazine is no more. (Slate)

Natalie Portman on method acting for Jackie while also raising her son. (People)

Five tips to get your baby to sleep in the car. (Baby Sleep Site)

Autism’s placebo problem. (The Atlantic)

The sexy animated film Sausage Party got a N-12 rating in France. (AV Club)

Sarah Jessica Parker on being a mama, style, and deleting her Twitter. (Yahoo)

How motherhood pushed Jamie-Lynn Sigler to reveal her MS diagnosis. (People)

Experimental treatments looking to prevent brain damage in babies. (Scientific American)

Trump’s Health and Human Services Department lead on birth control. (The Atlantic)

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