The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:40 pm
12/18/15

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Solange Knowles on the impossibility of work-life balance. (Instagram)

Also, should we toss the phrase “work-life balance”? (The Atlantic)

The hell of riding NYC subways with a stroller-bound baby. (Salon)

What everyone Googled the most in 2015. (Google)

Daily pot use now exceeds daily tobacco use for today’s high school seniors. (Drugabuse.Gov)

Broolyn Decker gets all matchy-matchy with her son Hank. (Instagram)

One woman’s story of being raped at 11, and keeping the baby. (Cosmopolitan)

The biggest moments in fashion in 2015. (The New York Times)

What one Sandy Hook mom is doing to prevent gun violence at schools. (MSN)

Brazil’s love of breastfeeding. (The Atlantic)

A sweet, worthy charity that instantly transforms babies into adorable Steve Zissou’s. (Little Hats, Big Hearts)

Why handmade ceramics are so damn hot right now. (The New York Times)

What the presidential candidates are proposing to make higher eduction more affordable. (The Atlantic)

Watching Game of Thrones with your kids. Yay or nay? (The New York Times)

The Hills‘ star Audrina Patridge is expecting her first child. (People)

Mark Zuckerberg gives baby Max a Star Wars makeover. (Facebook)

Also, will Star Wars influence baby naming trends? (Quartz)

An argument for not intervening in your children’s squabbles. (Free Range Kids)

Jeremy Scott designed a stroller. (The New York Times)

Is the “new preschool” hurting kids? (The Atlantic)

Such a tear-jerker. (U.S. News & World Report)

The best STEM-focused gifts for children. (TIME)

Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert delivered their baby girl in their bathroom. (Instagram)

A recap of this year’s headlines on gender equality at home and at work. (Slate)

Lisa Ling is expecting her second child. (People)

When videogames are good for kids. (The New York Times)

Kids who’ve lived through trauma don’t always want to talk about the trauma. (NPR)

Use of antidepressants during pregnancy is linked to a higher risk of autism. But don’t freak out just yet. (The New York Times)

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