The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:30 pm
04/27/18

The new royal baby, Prince Louis, is here. (Salon, Buckingham Palace)

Supporting victims of the horrific Waffle House shooting in Nashville. (CNN)

New national postpartum guidelines are urging “4th trimester” check-ins for babies and mothers. (Chicago Tribune)

Why some LGBTQ families are rejecting the “mommy” and “daddy” titles. (The New York Times)

We really want to see this new documentary about Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood. (Won’t You Be My Neighbor)

The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 has started, and it’s all about motherhood. (Forbes)

The rise of “shotgun cohabitation.” (The Atlantic)

Why disadvantaged students overlook elite colleges, and the lasting effects. (The Atlantic)

More than 1 in 20 U.S. children and teens have anxiety or depression. (Science Daily)

The history behind cult kids book Madeline. (The New York Times)

Behati Prinsloo is getting heat for “pumping and dumping” at Coachella. (Self)

Jay-Z’s mom to receive a GLAAD award. (Billboard)

An argument for putting your kids to work in the morning, in order to get out the door faster. (The New York Times)

Major museums and the “stroller tour” trend. (WSJ)

Preschools set in the wilderness. (The Atlantic)

In case you didn’t catch our Mother x Anthropologie collaboration… (Anthropologie)

Four inspiring stories of motherhood and loss. (Vrai & Oro)

Read up on Egg, a new movie about motherhood, surrogacy, and friendship. (Deadline)

Meet FreeTime, the Alexa for kids. (Slate)

The future of college looks like the future of retail. (The Atlantic)

Inside Tia Mowry’s “earthy” nursery for her baby girl on the way. (People)

Rachel Weisz’ bump style. (People)

The value of failing. (The Atlantic)

Scarlett Johansson’s daughter thinks her mommy is a superhero. (Ellen)

I am the woman who has it all. (The New Yorker)

Colin Kaepernick to honor his mother in VH1’s “Dear Mama” special. (The New York Times)

7 mistakes parents make with teens. (Washington Post)

E-cigs + teen-targeting flavors = bad news. (Bloomberg)

Giving antibiotics to healthy kids in poor countries. (NPR)

There are lots of new motherhood-themed books out. (The New York Times)

Is three the most stressful number of kids one can have? Some 5-year-old research thinks so. (Today)

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