The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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The Parkland teens behind #NeverAgain get the Time cover treatment. (Time)

Are you joining the March For Our Lives this weekend? (March For Our Lives)

The punishing reach of racism for black boys. (The New York Times)

The burden of teaching one’s black child about racism. (The Atlantic)

Kids are beginning to imagine scientists as women. (Mashable)

Why Denmark keeps being ranked one of the happiest countries in the world. (Salon)

Beyoncé and Blue go for red carpet gold. (Instagram)

The maternal grandparent advantage. (The New York Times)

Gender neutral baby names are on the rise. (CBS)

The trauma of having a NICU baby. (The Atlantic)

#MeToo in medicine. (Salon)

The U.S. infant mortality rate is high, even for full-term babies. (Reuters)

Inside America Ferrera’s baby shower. (Instagram)

Parkland survivors sound off. (Slate)

How to talk to your kids about gun violence. (Quartz)

Conversations to have with your kid after A Wrinkle In Time. (Common Sense Media)

Children start to care about their reputation as early as kindergarten. (CBS)

Are you using that carseat correctly? (The New York Times)

Why Americans don’t fear chemicals. (Salon)

The pressure on kids to behave like tiny adults. (The Atlantic)

How adding formula to breastmilk can help infants. (The New York Times)

Why the dad of this boy with Down Syndrome is suing the Boy Scouts. (USA Today)

Raising unapologetic, American Muslim kids. (The Atlantic)

A Parkland victim’s dad and his roller coaster of grief. (Sun Sentinel)

Karlie Kloss’ coding camp for young women. (The New York Times)

The third education revolution. (The Atlantic)

How to teach your kids to be entrepreneurs. (Forbes)

There used to be a consensus on how to raise kids. (The Atlantic)

How motherhood makes you better at your job. (Mind Body Green)

Why you probably shouldn’t take that Facebook quiz. (Common Sense Media)

Turns out babies think logically at 1 years old. (The Independent)

A new study on Dad Bod and fatherhood essentialism. (Psy Post)

The beauty and sadness of Isle of Dogs. (The Atlantic)

A study by Welch’s finds motherhood is equivalent to working 2 1/2 full-time jobs. (New York Post)

Research finds wealthier kids feel more control over their lives. (Science Daily)

Is it safe to feed your kid runny yolks? (Kitchn)

How mom bloggers helped create influencer marketing. (AdWeek)

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