The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:30 pm
02/09/18

Photo Via Teen Vogue

Ashley Graham and her 53-year-old mother pose together to promote her Swimsuits for All line. (Teen Vogue)

Kylie Jenner had a baby girl and named her Stormi Webster. (YouTube, Instagram)

A short history of the name Stormi. (HuffPo)

More U.S. teens are rejecting “boy” or “girl” gender identities. (CNN)

The 2018 Gerber baby happens to have Down Syndrome. (Instagram)

Motherhood is the biggest cause of the gender pay gap, even in Scandinavia. (The New York Times, Slate)

Slain teen Trayvon Martin would have been 23 this week. (Salon)

The myths and realities of child sexual abuse. (Salon)

Mindy Kaling on her spiritual connection with her late mother. (E!)

Three ways to teach your kids to be more mindful. (U.S. News & World Report)

The business benefits of corporations covering child care costs. (Slate)

China’s left-behind children. (CNN)

We might be one step closer to male birth control. (Salon)

Jenny Slate was cast as the voice of Miss Nanny in the Muppet Babies revival. (Deadline)

How to parent an Olympic athlete. (The Atlantic)

Here are the 157 new emojis for 2018. (Emojipedia)

How to know when a child’s flu turns serious. (The New York Times)

The Amazon-ification of Whole Foods. (The Atlantic)

An emotional visit to the place a miscarried baby was conceived. (SF Magazine)

Solving the gender labor imbalance. (The New York Times)

Does Trump really support paid family leave? (Slate)

Mother favorite Jacqui Saldana launches her Freshly Picked collection on Monday. (Instagram)

A teen on her (very interesting) parents’ work-life balance. (Slate)

Aaron and Lauren Paul welcomed a baby girl. (Instagram)

Michelle Branch is expecting. (Instagram)

The mental health and loneliness paradox. (Salon)

What nutritionists serve their kids for breakfast. (HuffPo)

The importance of an infant’s exposure to micro-organisms. (The New York Times)

Inside the baby shower of April Love Geary and Robin Thicke. (People)

Weight Watchers to offer teens free memberships. (MarketWatch)

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