The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:30 pm
09/07/18

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Powerful demonstrations in support of reproductive rights erupt to protest Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. (CNN)

Victoria Beckham and her family land on the cover of British Vogue. (Vogue)

California bans middle and high schools from starting before 8:30 a.m. so kids can sleep in. (CNN)

A new heartbreaking documentary series about families separated at the border. (The Atlantic)

Mindy Kaling praises Crazy Rich Asians for its strong single mother plot. (Newsweek)

The “childcare crisis” resulting in mis-matched school hours and work hours. (The Atlantic)

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are giving away $100,000 scholarships at their concerts. (Miami Herald)

Stay-at-home dads who are reshaping what masculinity looks like. (The Atlantic)

Why you should stop yelling at your kids. (The New York Times)

How “well-intentioned” white families can perpetuate racism. (The Atlantic)

Claire Danes and husband Hugh Dancy had another baby boy. (People)

Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig had their baby girl. (Harper’s Bazaar)

The mother of a Parkland victim wins a school board seat. (NPR)

Placenta consumption skepticism, explained. (The New York Times)

One mother’s rules for smooth weekday mornings. (Quartz)

Postpartum psychosis and infanticide. (The Atlantic)

Chrissy Teigen on post-baby boobs, sex after two kids, and more. (Women’s Health)

New guidelines for managing concussions with kids. (The Verge)

When postpartum depression doesn’t go away. (The Atlantic)

How 4 teens are tackling bullying with innovative programs. (Mashable)

What parenting and gardening have in common. (Quartz)

A dying mother’s letters to her children. (The Washington Post)

A kit saving Nigerian babies’ lives. (BBC)

What happy teens do. (Psychology Today)

How to get kids to do chores…maybe. (NPR)

Janet Jackson on baby love and body love. (E!)

After her hysterectomy, Lena Dunham is experiencing baby fever. (Bravo)

A principal in China was fired after welcoming kids back to school with a pole dancer. (CNN)

This mother hen shielding her chicks from the rain is so many of us. (Metro UK)

The effects—and non-effects—of dieting while pregnant. (The New York Times)

The blueprint for opening schools after a shooting. (The Atlantic)

A Swiss study finds babies conceived through reproductive technologies are at greater risk for heart issues. (The New York Times)

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