The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:20 am
02/17/17

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Beyoncé puts her pregnant goddess self on display at the Grammys. (Beyoncé)

Adele talks about the toughness of motherhood (and wanting Beyoncé to be her mommy) in her multiple Grammys acceptance speeches. (The New York Times)

How is this man president? (CNN)

The life of an undocumented high school senior. (The Atlantic)

Why oldest siblings have higher IQs. (The Guardian)

Hannah Davis and Derek Jeter are expecting a baby girl. (People)

How to talk to teens about love. (NPR)

Will you be joining the Day Without Women strike? (Washington Post)

Amal and George Clooney are probably having a boy and a girl. (People)

A Tinder-like app for making mom friends. (TechCrunch)

The gendered wage gap is real and disturbing. (Slate)

Melinda Gates credits contraception for her personal and professional success. (Slate)

Diplo brings his kids to the Grammys. (E!)

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s daughter makes her first public appearance on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. (Today)

The Ugandan children born from sexual violence. (The Atlantic)

Noted differences in the brains of kids with ADHD. (Time)

How to tell if your teen is depressed or just moody. (The New York Times)

A new book on the heart wrenching history of the 1955 murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till. (The Atlantic)

Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren are both expecting and adopting a child. (Twitter)

The “Nevertheless, She Persisted” t-shirts raised over $250,000 for Planned Parenthood. (Boston Herald)

A link between older (and wealthier) moms and smarter kids. (Slate)

A new infant breathing monitor hits the market. (TechCrunch)

A man was finally convicted in the 1979 killing of Etan Patz, the first child featured on a milk carton. (ABC)

Beyoncé’s twins come to life via SNL. (YouTube)

The Notorious B.I.G.’s mom is making a documentary about him. (HuffPo)

Millennials (not teens) are the worst drivers on the road. (Washington Post)

A new method for predicting autism in babies as young as 1 year old. (Quartz)

Inside Tori Spelling’s over-the-top baby shower (for baby #5). (Daily Mail)

Survival rates for extremely preterm infants in the U.S. are improving. (Reuters)

Plum Organics wants you to do your partner. (Plum Organics)

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