The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:30 am
08/03/18

Photo Via Harper’s Bazaar

A bunch of famous musicians and their kids got photographed for Harper’s Bazaar. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Lebron James opened an $8 million public school in Akron, Ohio. Students get free meals, bikes, and college tuition. Parents of students get GED courses and job placement support. (Time)

The Trump administration is ordered to stop drugging immigrant children in federal custody. (Rolling Stone)

Motherhood in the age of fear. (The New York Times)

Slick Woods says Erykah Badu might serve as her birth doula. (Elle UK)

Americans are naming their kids after unusual places. (HuffPo)

Six women on their abortions. Also, former Glamour editor Cindi Leive on her abortion. (Slate, The New York Times)

Madonna on her life as a soccer mom. (E!)

What doctors and parents should discuss about medicating a child for A.D.H.D., anxiety, or depression. (New York Times)

A post-birth practice that dramatically increases a baby’s chance of survival. (Quartz)

Two new books about motherhood and infertility. (The New York Times)

Chrissy Teigen keeps it real about her postpartum body. (People)

The insane bureaucracy that stands between detained parents and their children. (The Atlantic)

Aussie college students want kids, but are confused as to when fertility declines. (The New York Times)

Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato named their daughter Vida Amber Betty. (Billboard)

A review of Christopher Robin. (The Atlantic)

How Google Glass might help kids with autism. (NBC)

An Australian doctor’s note to anti-vaxxers is going viral. (Quartz)

Apple is now the first U.S. company worth $1 trillion. (The Atlantic)

Trayvon Martin’s parents on Trump’s America. (Salon)

The director of Eighth Grade on building an identity in middle school. (The Atlantic)

Eva Longoria debuts her son Sebastian on the cover of Hola. (E!)

Ten female artists are contributing to Planned Parenthood’s latest campaign, Unstoppable Art. (ArtNews)

Janet Jackson on the “sacred” parts of motherhood. (Essence)

Hoda Kotb on finding “purpose” at becoming a mother at 50. (Us Weekly)

A grieving Orca mother off the coast of Canada has been carrying her calf’s dead body for days on end. (NPR)

What “interactive” TV for kids looked like in the 1950s. (Gizmodo)

One woman’s story of her three children and two abortions. (The Atlantic)

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