The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:30 pm

Photo Via Instagram/Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen shows some new motherhood realness and shouts-out Ali Wong. (Instagram)

The futility in trying to prevent more school shootings when our gun laws remain unchanged. (The Atlantic)

Anti-mom bias at work is very real. (Inc.)

Pics of Doria Ragland by her daughter Meghan Markle’s side on her wedding day. (CNN)

Erykah Badu on educating her three children. (The Guardian)

How race plays a role in a child and teen’s suicide risk. (CBS)

The Museum of Ice Cream and Target team up for a new kids’ line called Art Class. (Target)

The post-recession baby boom that never happened. (The Washington Post)

Six ways to make your kid “smarter” through play. (Business Insider)

The most popular baby names in each state. (Business Insider)

The number of premature babies in the U.S. is growing, especially amongst black and hispanic mothers. (Quartz)

Amtrak is launching lactation suites for breastfeeding mothers. (Amtrak)

German police are cracking down on parents who take their kids out of school early to go on vacation. (Quartz)

More U.S. companies are allowing babies at the office. (OZY)

Tia Mowry on postpartum bodies. (Instagram)

Chrissy Teigen dad shames John Legend for attending an awards show with a newborn at home. (Twitter)

Using colored light therapy in schools. (The Atlantic)

The number of female CEO’s in the U.S. fell 25% this year. (The New York Times)

How self-regulation helps kids hone their language and literacy skills. (Science Daily)

An unusual idea for fixing school segregation. (The Atlantic)

Participation trophies—nay or yay? (Slate)

Do kids and adults need different sunscreens? (CNN)

Eighties babies are reportedly the “brokest” generation. (Slate)

How Victorian death photography helped one woman process her miscarriages. (Slate)

Amazon released its smart speaker for kids, Echo Dot Kids. (Amazon)

Check out SagoMini’s new pillow playsets. (Kickstarter)

Gwyneth Paltrow says she and her new husband don’t want any more kids. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Emilia Clarke on parents naming their kids Khaleesi. (BBC)

Speaking of Game of Thrones, how cool is this “castles & dragons” wallpaper? (Hibou Home)

Five ways to help teens feel good about themselves. (Greater Good Magazine)

Girlhood across America, captured by one photographer. (T Magazine)

Why SAT scores and one’s GPA don’t mean as much as they used to. (The Atlantic)

Ten questions every “working mom” should ask in a job interview. (Working Mother)

HBO’s new movie The Tale takes on childhood sexual abuse. (The Cut)

The Garbage Pail Kids are returning as a mobile game. (CNET)

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