The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:04 pm
01/25/19

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How Oprah manifested her own kind of motherhood. (Today, People)

A study finds carrying “the mental load” is damaging mothers’ health. (The Independent)

Chelsea Clinton is pregnant with baby #3. (Time)

Gender reveal lasagne is now a thing. (MSN)

When it comes to parenting, we’re really all just winging it. (The Atlantic)

Six months is said to be the “sweet spot” for paid parental leave. (The New York Times)

Carrie Underwood gave birth to her second son and named him Jacob Bryan. (Instagram)

Inside Latin America’s first school for transgender kids. (NBC)

Brandless just launched baby goods. (TechCrunch)

Jessica Simpson is probably naming her third child Birdie. (Oprah)

The first “autism-certified” waterpark in the world has opened in Orlando. (People)

Check out this cool interactive graphic of the most popular girls’ names from 1910 to the present, divided by state. (Tableau Public)

Beyonce at age 7 and Blue Ivy at age 7, side by side. (Instagram)

Gilette’s new ad takes on toxic masculinity. (The New York Times, YouTube)

“Baby Shark” might be coming to Netflix. (USA Today)

The 2019 Oscar nominations are in. (Variety)

Why Anne Hathaway is giving up alcohol for 18 years. (Economic Times)

The making and marketing of a 9-year-old meme machine. (The Cut)

Teacher protests spark across the country. (The Atlantic)

Putting good relationships at the center of education. (The New York Times)

Got a congested baby? Maybe try a vibrator on its back. (Today)

How investing in education for low-income kids shows up in adulthood. (NPR)

Helping children conquer chronic pain. (The New York Times)

How to talk to kids about sexual abuse. (HuffPo)

Studies find former community college students excel at elite schools. (The Atlantic)

Kate Middleton says parenthood is hard for everyone, herself included. (Harper’s Bazaar)

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