The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
6:30 pm
01/05/18

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America Ferrera is expecting her first child. (People)

Meanwhile, Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper fame is expecting her fifth. (Instagram)

Don’t buy the kids’ book AB to Jay-Z. Here’s why. (Instagram)

Jessica Alba welcomed a New Year’s Eve baby and named him Hayes. (Instagram)

Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury, about Trump’s first year in the White House, is officially out. It is disturbing. (The Atlantic, NBC)

R.I.P. Erica Garner. (PBS)

Mark Zuckerberg pledges to “fix” Facebook in 2018. (Facebook)

Ways to get your kids to eat healthier this year. (Consumer Reports)

Autism spectrum disorders appear to have stabilized amongst U.S. kids and teens. (Los Angeles Times)

Research shows millennial dads are rejecting on-screen dad stereotypes. (World Economic Forum)

Research also shows men and women believe they’re more different than similar. (The New York Times)

Sarah Michelle Gellar gets trolled for posting pictures of getting a mommy-and-me manicure with her son. (Bravo)

At this pioneering company, it’s okay to bring your baby to work. (Forbes)

Why do cartoon villains speak in foreign accents? (The Atlantic)

The Golden Globes are this weekend. Will red carpet reporting take a serious turn? (The Atlantic)

Belgium’s baby box has a record year. (Telegraph)

A new study finds two-thirds of teen girls have been asked to send explicit images of themselves. (The New York Times)

10 “fascinating” things about January babies. (MSN)

Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie discuss juggling motherhood with Today. (People)

New York’s paid family leave goes into effect this year. Here are the deets. (Slate)

The TV shows to watch in 2018. (The Atlantic)

Fewer teens are having sex as declines in “risky behaviors” continue. (Washington Post)

Most U.S. parents feed their babies solids too early. (Health Day)

Serena Williams pulls out of the Australian Open, citing she’s “not where [she] wants to be” after the birth of daughter. (People)

A new Canadian law limits the marketing of junk food to kids. (HuffPo)

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden are supposedly trying for a baby. (Us Weekly)

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