THE MOTHERLODE: OUR TOP WEEKLY LINKS

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:30 pm
02/08/19

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Andy Cohen welcomed his baby boy, Benjamin Allen, through surrogacy. (Instagram)

Cardi B landed on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar and discussed postpartum depression. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Pampers new commercial showing dads (like John Legend and Adam Levine) change diapers debuted during the Superbowl. (YouTube)

A disturbing report on the expectations placed on Japanese mothers. (The New York Times)

Teens talk about gun culture in a post-Parkland U.S.A. (NPR)

Four women on getting abortions after 20 weeks. (The Cut)

When your kid is gay and wants to host a sleepover. (The New York Times)

Why Swedes are chiller parents than Americans. (The Atlantic)

An argument for letting your kids get bored. (The New York Times)

Reading Michelle Obama’s Becoming as a motherhood memoir. (The New Yorker)

Jessica Simpson partnered with Motherhood Maternity on a capsule collection. (Macy’s, In Style)

Barbie’s got a new job: influencer. (The Cut)

Sarah Jessica Parker’s son is all grown up. (Daily Mail)

Are lockdown drills effective or damaging to our children? (The Atlantic)

A mother documents the last few months of her life via podcast. (NPR)

Seven reasons teens (and probably adults) reach for their phones. (Psych Central)

New mother Jessica Chastain is fed up with gender stereotypes in children’s clothing. (People)

Loving yourself like you love your children. (The New York Times)

The rampant weight-based bullying of LGBTQ teens. (Today)

If your kid has racked up in-app purchases on your phone, here’s how to get your money back. (The New York Times)

Hilary Duff is telling everyone about her baby’s sleep trainer. (Instagram)

When frats can be a good thing for young men. (The Atlantic)

In order to curb suicide rates, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child urged Japanese parents to let their kids be kids. (Mercury News)

How screen time before bedtime might affect your child’s quality of life. (The New York Times)

Will anyone save black colleges? (The Atlantic)

An argument for helicopter parenting. (The New York Times)

The challenges of one very open adoption. (The Atlantic)

Mindfulness programs in English schools are on the rise. (The New York Times)

Thanks to declining participation in football, rural communities are adapting to a new normal. (The Atlantic)

One feminist mama on why she’s still not drinking while pregnant. (The New York Times)

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