The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:00 pm
01/11/19

Photo Via The Cut

Pantene’s new spokesperson is a baby. (The Cut)

Six months paid parental leave might become the norm in California. (Mother)

“Baby Shark” is now in the Billboard Top 100. (The Cut)

Sandra Oh and her sweet parents melt everyone at the Golden Globes. (CNN)

Homeschooling your children is still against the law in Germany, despite one couple’s effort to take the matter to court. (Time)

The $1,295 SNOO robotic crib is now available to rent for $4/day! (Mother)

What American men are doing with their 30 minutes of extra leisure time a day. (The Atlantic)

Diane Kruger is pleading with paparazzi and fans to respect her newborn daughter’s privacy. (Instagram)

Bill Hader on working dad guilt. (Bravo)

Invisilign-style braces are all the rage with tweens and teens. (The New York Times)

The Instagram husband revolution. (The Atlantic)

Why Shaq says his 5 children must have “3 degrees” before they “touch the cheese.” (People)

A U.K. study finds kids raised in single-parent households fare the same as those with two parents. (Science Alert)

Mindy Kaling’s favorite baby books. (Boston Herald)

American women are having fewer babies, but not across the board. (Time)

A district in Indonesia wants to ban parents from giving their kids “foreign” names. (Vice)

Has “working from home” replaced the sick day? (The New York Times)

A controversial, government-run “tent city” housing 1,500 migrant children in West Texas will close down this month. (NPR)

Letoya Luckett had her baby girl and named her Gianna Iman. (Instagram)

A study finds bottle-fed infants are more likely to be left handed. (Futurity)

Bad-ass women over 60 are having a moment. (The New York Times)

Why kids today are riddled with anxiety. (Vox)

Hilary Duff tried to recreate the Rachel McAdams breast pump photo. (Instagram)

Kim Kardashian got all the little girls in her extended family (even the babies) Louis Vuitton bags. (Page Six)

A new report finds millions of college students are going hungry. (The Atlantic)

Managing children’s pain post-op. (The New York Times)

A woman in a vegetative state gave birth, and her outraged family wants answers. (CNN)

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