The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:11 pm
12/16/16

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds made their public debut with their daughters. (Hollywood Life)

Sadie, Elise, Astrid…the hottest baby names of 2016. (Nameberry)

Have you entered to win this SNOO crib for yourself or a friend yet? (Mother)

The American obsession with parenting and the growing socioeconomic gap in child-rearing habits. (The Atlantic)

Wonder Woman will no longer be the United Nations’ honorary ambassador. (Slate)

A heartbreaking video of doctors saving a baby born in Aleppo. (NBC)

Nine ways to improve your love life. (The New York Times)

Growth mindset vs. false growth mindset. (The Atlantic)

Mick Jagger’s new baby son is named Deveraux Octavian Basil. (Daily Mail)

Celeb mothers who have fought back against mommy shamers. (People)

“Self-care” gets trendy. (The New York Times)

Three-parent babies are given the go-ahead in the U.K. (NPR)

A dad’s hilarious voiceover of his teen daughter’s makeup tutorial. (YouTube)

How to predict a baby’s first word. (The Atlantic)

The benefits of a bilingual brain. (Salon)

The Women’s March on Washington now has a new starting location. (Slate)

Molly Sims’ baby shower for child #3. (People)

Why stuffed animals are getting softer. (Slate)

Drinking and drug use is largely down for U.S. teens. (Yahoo)

Hayden Panettiere on motherhood. (Parade)

Why teens wish their parents were like potted plants. (The New York Times)

The best TV episodes of 2016. (The Atlantic)

Melania Trump has pledged to fight bullying. (Salon)

Doc to watch: The Bad Kids. (Los Angeles Times)

Pink shows off her pregnant belly. (Instagram)

Inside the birthday party of Veronica Webb’s teenage daughter. (The New York Times)

Natalie Portman’s red carpet pregnancy style. (People)

An argument against holiday wish lists. (The New York Times)

Kate Hudson on the pressure to lose the “baby weight.” (People)

A medical trick to numbing the pain of infant shots. (The New York Times)

Sienna Miller on her daughter Marlowe’s lice. (People)

What today’s teens do in their spare time. (AOL)

How to be mindful with your in-laws. (The New York Times)

RIP Alan Thicke. (CNN)

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