Our Favorite Parenting News Stories Of The Week

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The world welcomes Saint West: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcome their baby boy! After a difficult labor, the celebrity couple’s bundle of joy arrives weighing at a healthy 8 lbs and 1 oz. (Just Jared)

Is the “push present” becoming too political and divisive or is it a much deserved present all women deserve for their labor pains? (The New York Times)

Chrissy Teigen is our maternity style inspiration right now! Here’s why she reigns supreme when it comes to dressing the bump. (In Style)

This British mom gives life goals to new mothers all over the world by finishing a marathon while pushing her 7-month-old son in a stroller. (Runners World)

The verdict is in: here are the most popular baby names of 2015. (BuzzFeed)

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, doctors should screen all kids for high cholesterol, depression, and HIV, starting as early as age 9. (Parenting)

Add some flare to giving gift cards this year with clever DIY wrapping ideas. From candy jars to paper towel rolls, let your creativity soar. (Mashable)

A new study shows that infant deaths caused by crib bumpers have increased in the last seven years. (Mommy Nearest)

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in California, parents are contemplating how their anxiety affects their children. (CNN)

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife recently welcomed their first child–and the Facebook wunderkind is kicking off fatherhood by taking paternity leave. Will his actions help destigmatize leave for new dads? (The New York Times)

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