The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:50 am
03/17/17

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Marion Cotillard had a second baby girl. (People)

This video of a BBC reporter being interrupted by his kids on live TV is everything. (BBC)

The subsequent fame from the interrupted interview. (BBC)

Paid parental leave is on the rise in tech industries, but not really anywhere else. (Slate)

Claire Waight Keller, mother of three, is named the first-ever female designer at Givenchy. (The New York Times)

The importance of teaching white children about racism. (The New York Times)

Irish baby names. (Nameberry)

The “clear-knee mom jeans” that are taking the internet by storm. (Nordstrom)

Ivana Trump is coming out with a parenting memoir. (Slate)

Prince’s ex-wife Mayte Garcia opens up about the death of their infant son. (People)

A three-way custody ruling for a polyamorous relationship. (Slate)

Here’s when you should give your kids antibiotics. (Consumer Reports)

Anne Hathaway calls mommy guilt “invented nonsense.” (E!)

Two Vogue alums are starting an online kids e-tailer in the vein of Net-A-Porter. (Vogue)

Low-income girls often feel unprepared for puberty. (Salon)

Teens are (maybe) replacing drugs with smartphones. (The New York Times)

When a child and parent come out as trans at the same time. (Vox)

An Australian study links dieting while pregnant to children developing schizophrenia. (Daily Mail)

Why photos of stillborn babies matter. (The Guardian)

Ten teen girls are missing from the D.C. area and no one is talking about it. (Atlanta Black Star)

Having kids could increase your life expectancy. (The Independent)

Starting over with a new foster child. (The New York Times)

A case for not hiding your kids’ veggies. (NPR)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, basketball mom. (NY Post)

A song dedicated to all the mamas-to-be. (Vibe)

How cutting screentime leads to kids with better friendships. (NYMag)

Moonlight‘s Mahershala Ali on newborn fatherhood. (People)

Why Silicon Valley is so awful for women. (The Atlantic)

Melinda Gates on why the tech industry needs to fix its women problem. (The Atlantic)

Baby products are blamed for the rise in infant injuries. (NPR)

Beyonce gave her mom some Instagram tips and Tina wasn’t having it. (Instagram)

Jessica Shortall on the importance of inclusion, motherhood, and more. (Tech.Co)

How the Disney Channel is changing with the times. (The New York Times)

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