The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:30 pm
10/18/19

Photo Via The Cut/Toby Melville

Baby Archie is a confirmed ginger. Plus, dad Harry chokes up when talking about parenthood. (The Cut, USA Today)

Ali Wong on her brand-new memoir, which is addressed to her two daughters. (Time, Amazon)

How unpredictable work hours turn families upside down. (The New York Times)

Helping libraries be welcoming to kids of all backgrounds. (The Atlantic)

New research finds stress during pregnancy can affect your baby’s sex. (Science Daily)

California becomes the first state to push back school start times to give kids more rest. (L.A. Times)

Related: Why teens have a hard time catching up on sleep. (CNN)

Suicide attempts are high amongst trans teens and rising amongst black teens. (AAP)

The alarming mistreatment of birthing women in four low-income countries. (NPR)

Turns out Blake Lively’s third child is a girl. (Cosmo)

Also, you can shop Blake’s Amazon baby registry. (Amazon)

Why kids’ programming will be a major battleground in the streaming wars. (Variety)

Creating equity in dual-income households. (The Atlantic)

The cartoons that taught kids to oppress women. (Funny or Die)

How a mother’s attention can shape her child’s hormones and temperament. (New Scientist)

A new study suggests the breastfeeding gap between black and white women is widening. (Reuters)

Keke Wyatt is pregnant with her 10th child. (Vibe)

Miranda Kerr had her second son and named him Myles. (USA Today)

Why the motherhood penalty exists and how it impacts women’s futures. (USA Today)

A new study finds 95% of baby foods contain harmful heavy metals. (WebMD)

How to teach your kid to wipe their butt. (Offspring)

Why are Americans obsessed with Ivy League schools? (The Atlantic)

Momsplaining with Kristen Bell and Jennifer Garner. (USA Today)

Rihanna is ready for motherhood and is fine with everyone knowing. (Page Six)

Sweetened drinks are still top sellers to kids. (WebMD)

The complication surrounding gifted education. (The Atlantic)

Breech babies don’t always require C-sections. (Slate)

How to get your toddler to wear a coat. (Offspring)

What new parents should know before tax season. (The New York Times)

 

 

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