The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:30 pm
12/29/17

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Drew Barrymore opens up about motherhood as a single mom, being a child star, and more. (InStyle)

What kids around the world leave for Santa. (NPR)

How racism faced by black women might be causing infant deaths. (NPR)

Related: Why more black mothers die after childbirth. (NPR)

There’s a 14% spike in roadway fatalities. Texting is a huge reason. (Slate)

Nicki Hilton had her second daughter and named her Teddy. (Today)

9 ways to be a better person in 2018. (The New York Times)

Marijuana use amongst pregnant California teens is on the rise. (Vice)

50 baby names that rocked the 1970s. (Lincoln Journal Star)

The intrusion of white families into bilingual schools. (The Atlantic)

When nannies need maternity leave. (The New York Times)

Hoda looks back on her first year of being a mom. (Today)

Cult-followed designer (and mama of 3) Phoebe Philo exits Céline. (BOF)

Teens are still most likely to see their parents as their greatest role models. (Telegraph)

The best writing on sexual harrasment this year. (Slate)

A guide to 2017’s breakout celebrity kids. (W)

How work email stole holiday vacation. (Slate)

The Atlantic‘s top education stories of 2017. (The Atlantic)

The “poshest” baby names, according to Tatler. (Tatler)

A school that keeps kids outside even if it’s 10 degrees. (USA Today)

Jamie Lynn Spears is pregnant with baby #2. (Instagram)

The futility of college interviews. (The Atlantic)

Iceland asked its teens why they binge drink. (Good)

A memorable mother-daughter talk from Lady Bird. (The Atlantic)

Chelsea Clinton’s open letter to her children in Teen Vogue. (Teen Vogue)

Cash is out, credit cards are in for teens. (Forbes)

Mayim Bialik on mom competition. (E!)

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