The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
5:40 pm
09/15/17

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Serena Williams debuts her baby girl, Alexis Olympia Jr., named after her fiancé. (Instagram, Serena Williams)

A must-read about the neurological link between motherhood and creativity. (The Atlantic)

Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine are expecting baby #2. (Instagram)

Why teachers need freedom. (The Atlantic)

Sloane Stephens’ touching tribute to her mother and all sports parents after winning the U.S. Open. (USA Today)

Mindy Kaling is probably expecting a girl. (People)

Have you entered our $1500 dream room giveaway yet? (Rylee + Cru)

Hilary Clinton has two new books coming out, one for children. (The Atlantic, Amazon)

Watch the trailer for Motherland, a riveting documentary about a maternity ward in the Philippines. (Motherland Film)

When your libido and your partner’s libido are mismatched. (The New York Times)

Viola Davis says she’s not a “brownie-making mother.” (People)

Bad Moms 2 is happening. (Today)

More info on how early school start times are hurting teens. (Salon)

U.K. store John Lewis will stop labeling its clothes for “boys” and “girls.” (Slate)

Tamir Rice’s mother has a film about her slain son in the works. (BET)

Marvel is launching a kid-friendly comic series. (Gizmodo)

Jennifer Lawrence says motherhood seems “less appealing” as she gets older. (Hello Giggles)

50 movies your kids should see before they turn into teens. (Common Sense Media)

PBTeen’s new Harry Potter-themed collection. (PBTeen)

Carey Mulligan had her second child. (InStyle)

When in-person conversation is better than texting. (The Atlantic)

Away launches kids’ luggage. (Away)

Check out Lisa Says Gah’s first-ever shoe. (Lisa Says Gah)

A deep-dive into Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut, First They Killed My Father. (The Atlantic)

Crayola’s blue crayon has a new name: Bluetiful. (Crayola)

School-readiness tools for kids with special needs. (Salon)

Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive is leaving Glamour. (The New York Times)

Mark Zuckerberg’s daddy-and-me style while on paternity leave. (Facebook)

A new product that claims to reduce peanut allergies. (The New York Times)

What one learns from looking at 734 Playboy centerfolds in one sitting. (Slate)

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Elle

Hey, where this week’s motherlode? It used to be up every Friday but for the past few weeks it’s not up until a few days later. Bummer!

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