The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
03/25/16

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Tyra Banks says motherhood has helped her business. (E!)

A (sort of) clearing up of murky screentime for kids recommendations. (The New York Times)

Gwyneth’s new cookbook is dedicated to Apple, Moses, Blue Ivy, and other celeb kids. (The Wrap)

The most unpopular baby names in the U.K. (Metro)

A great documentary for the weekend. (HBO)

Thirteen questions to ask before getting married. (The New York Times)

Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel is expecting. (Instagram)

Kids give adults dating advice. (YouTube)

A cool new site (and podcast) all about couples and what makes them work. (Together)

Kristen Bell’s kids are so not into Frozen. (People)

Less than 3% of Americans live a “healthy lifestyle.” Yikes! (The Atlantic)

This birthing picture was deemed too intense for Facebook. (The Cut)

A pricey lunch club for parents—yay or nay? (Slate)

The crucial role of caregivers in today’s economy. (The Atlantic)

The pain of losing a foster child. (The New York Times)

Kids are worried about their parents oversharing on social media. (Today)

A new book showing the beauty of motherhood through watercolor and quotes. (Amazon)

Five tips for helping teens cope with stress. (Psychology Today)

How to boost fertility rates in Europe? Start supporting mothers. (Quartz)

Some possible solutions for drained working parents. (The Atlantic)

Eight signs you’re a modern dad. (The Telegraph)

A Polish exhibit curated by kids. (Smithsonian)

SuperTarget will start offering fruit alongside its free cookies for kids. (Target)

Ikea hacks for the nursery. (Apartment Therapy)

Motherhood in the time of Zika. (LA Times)

More U.S. women are choosing to have babies at home or in birthing centers. (HealthDay)

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