Things We’ve Read: Week of March 9th, 2015

New Research On Antidepressants And Pregnancy Finds No Link To Asthma (New York Times): Many women feel that if they’re taking antidepressants before they get pregnant, they ought to wean themselves off the medication to prevent negative side effects for their baby. The medical journal Pediatrics challenges this assumption.

An Unusual New Policy For Working Mothers (Washington Post): Vodafone Group reported they by the end of 2015, all of its companies would impose a minimum of 16 weeks paid maternity leave for all employees, as well as an hours-per-week maximum when the new mother returns.

Eva Mendes Won’t Give Motherhood Advice Because She Hasn’t ‘Earned the Right’ (People Magazine): Eager to receive any advice on motherhood, Eva Mendes is hesitant to give any, feeling she hasn’t quite earned the right. Mendes speaks to her first six months as a parent to daughter Esmeralda Amada.

Motherhood Hits Home For Kelly Clarkson, Life And Music (New York Times): Kelly Clarkson reveals how her pregnancy and experiences as a new mother have informed her music. Her latest album, “Piece by Piece,” debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 this week.

10 Times Mean Girls Quotes Directly Applied To Motherhood (HuffPost): The iconic high school royalty we loved to hate may have had some insight into the navigating the convoluted hallways of motherhood.

Spring Break For Families (New York Times): Don’t stress if you haven’t planned anything for your kids’ spring break. Here are some great ways to avoid the crowds, even with a little crowd of your own.



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