The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:30 am
09/26/14

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25 famous women on being childless. (The Cut)

MIT held a Make The Breast Pump Not Suck Hackathon. This pump/toolbelt idea was the winner. (Boston)

Why “tiger mom” parenting might not be such a good idea. (University of CA)

One family’s story of raising a transgender child. (Salon)

The mother of one of Columbine’s shooters is writing a book. (Daily News)

Inside Jenna Bush’s nursery. (Today)

How common is your kid’s birthday? (Daily Mail)

Single parents have as much sex as their single, child-free counterparts. (Time)

Baby names inspired by fall. (Nameberry)

Online kids’ stores with great blogs. (Apartment Therapy)

A mother and surrogate share their story. (NY Times)

Toddler Halloween costumes that start with a pair of PJs. (Rookie Moms)

And some much more involved (and amazing) DIY kid costume ideas. (Oh Happy Day)

The military family behind the latest viral tear-jerker. (Kare 11)

Tyler Perry is having his first child. (E!)

Nate Berkus is also expecting his first kid. (People)

Advice that parents need to stop giving non-parents. (Salon)

The knowledge that “it gets better” helps combat depression in teens. (NPR)

Only a quarter of kids on ADHD medication are also receiving behavioral therapy. (Reuters)

New research on language development in toddlers. (Medical Daily)

What the delay in motherhood for millenials means for their earnings, work experience, and more. (The State)

The best blogs to teach teens and college students about money. (Forbes)

One in eight children suffer from an anxiety order. These teens open up about it. (Today)

What “real” mothers look like. (Ozy)

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