The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:00 pm
05/18/18

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Chanel Iman is pregnant. (Instagram)

Chrissy Teigen had her baby boy. (Twitter)

The rise of older mothers. (The Atlantic)

The open secret of anti-mother bias at work. (The New York Times)

From 2008 and 2015, there’s been a huge spike in kids and teens attempting suicide. (CBS)

The “radical self-reliance” of Black homeschooling. (The Atlantic)

56% of moms under 30 have changed their working status after becoming a parent. (Forbes)

The share of the U.S. population who are moms is the least its been in a quarter century. (The Atlantic)

Janet Jackson opens up about motherhood, music, and more. (Billboard)

How same-sex couples split up home chores and what it reveals about modern parenting. (The New York Times)

When Mother’s Day means a trip to prison. (The Atlantic)

Dolls that nurture boys’ empathy. (The New York Times)

Mindy Kaling on motherhood and her approach to losing pregnancy weight. (Shape)

Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcomed their fourth kid together. (Instagram)

How to make a chic and cute quilt, featuring your kid’s art. (Say Yes)

Research finds acupuncture does not improve pregnancy rates, but has other benefits. (The New York Times)

A new book about co-parenting by Mashonda, who is currently raising her son alongside ex Swizz Beats and his wife Alicia Keys. (Instagram, Amazon)

To celebrate Mother’s Day, Gwyneth shared a nude, pregnant throwback pic. (Instagram)

Tracking down a lost generation of sperm donors. (The Atlantic)

Studies find inducing labor at full term leads to fewer perinatal deaths, stillbirths, and cesarean sections. (The New York Times)

The “elite club” of older moms. (The Atlantic)

A cinematic ode to motherhood and the empathy it invokes. (The Atlantic)

Tragedy strikes again for Ruthie Ann Miles. (People)

Exposure to air pollution in the womb is tied to hypertension in children between 3 and 9 years old. (The New York Times)

How the 9.9 percent became the new American aristocracy. (The Atlantic)

Teens and millennials are obsessed with Gucci. (Business Insider)

The curse of an open floor plan. (The Atlantic)

Chanel Iman on maternity jeans. (Vogue)

Mayim Bialik on her new book, Boying Up. (Salon, Amazon)

Should employers help employees pay off their student loans? (The Atlantic)

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