The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
04/21/17

Photo Via Instagram/Zoe Saldana

A sweet candid of Zoë Saldanda and her twins, Cy and Bowie. (Instagram)

Serena Williams is 20 weeks pregnant! (HuffPo)

Eleven great memoirs about motherhood. (Bustle)

Bringing your baby to your corporate job. (The New York Times)

Hoda Kotb is back from maternity leave and getting emo on air. Also, talking about her new-mama life. (People, Today)

Hannah gives birth on Girls and stirs up some controversy and praise. (Vulture, Health)

Footwear’s funny (and super-buzzy) new trend. (Slate)

Are you at risk of parenting burnout? (NYMag)

The FDA issues a stronger warning against kids using painkillers. (The New York Times)

Three reasons not to find out the sex of your baby. (Pure Wow)

Sienna Miller on the chaos of motherhood. (People)

The importance of giving your baby comfort to combat stress. (Salon)

Kid-friendly co-working spaces for entrepreneurial mamas are on the rise. (The New York Times)

How parents shape the kids on Big Little Lies. (The Atlantic)

Foreign adoptions by American parents are at a 35-year low. (The New York Times)

Ciara is still super pregnant. (Instagram)

Upgraded party favors for your kids’ next birthday bash. (Oh Happy Day)

Jeff Goldblum and Emilie Livinston welcomed a second son, River Joe. (People)

Tips for traveling with kids with autism. (CNN)

Ina Garten on deciding not to have kids. (People)

Dave Grohl’s mom wrote a book: From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars. (Amazon)

Melissa Etheridge on smoking weed with her adult kids. (Yahoo)

When to tell one’s daughter about a genetic breast cancer risk. (The New York Times)

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s daughter turned 1. (People)

A very pregnant Beyoncé on Easter. (Instagram)

When your child is diagnosed with schizophrenia. (The New York Times)

Why teens need their friends more than their parents. (The Greater Good)

Jenna Bush says her “feminist” father inspires how she raises her girls. (People)

How recess teaches cooperation. (Science Daily)

Anne Hathaway’s playground antics. (People)

When a little filth is good for your family. (The New York Times)

Inside a creepy robot baby factory. (Wired)

The maternity policy of U.S. iron workers includes 6 months leave while pregnant. (Slate)

Blake Lively on having it all. (Variety)

Giving birth in Djibouti. (The New York Times)

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