The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
11/24/17

Serena Williams got married and her baby girl Olympia made a cameo. (Vogue)

Chrissy Teigen is pregnant with baby #2. (Instagram)

Everyone’s raving about Coco. (The Atlantic)

Colin Kaepernick reminds us all about Thanksgiving’s dark roots. (Instagram)

Kevin and Eniko Hart welcomed their son, Kenzo. (People)

How to talk to kids about this year’s natural disasters. (The Atlantic)

Don’t force your children to hug relatives this holiday season. (ABC News)

RIP Azzedine Alaïa. (Vogue)

How not to talk to a kid who is overweight. (The New York Times)

Global warming might be extra dangerous for pregnant women. (The Atlantic)

The jobs you’re most likely to inherit from your mom and dad. (The New York Times)

A Sandy Hook victim’s father speaks out on gun control. (Courant)

Babies might understand language better than scientists think. (The Atlantic)

At what age should you gift your child a smartphone? (NPR)

Seventeen launches a hub for LGBTQI teens. (Fashionista)

Thandie Newton and her lookalike daughter. (Daily Mail)

Jordin Sparks is having a boy. (People)

New research suggests first-time mothers over 35 should be induced on their due date. (The Telegraph)

Myths we all learned in health class. (The Atlantic)

Willow Smith on the first cover of GirlGaze magazine. (GirlGaze)

Seth Meyers and his wife Alexi Ashe are expecting their second child. (Daily Mail)

Why parents of children with rare diseases are rallying against new tax bill. (Today)

Julia Stiles had a baby boy and called him Strummer Newcomb. (Instagram)

Serena Williams’ new motherhood-themed Gatorade commercial, using a stand-in baby. (Page Six)

Are parent-teacher conferences becoming obsolete? (The Atlantic)

Eva Marcille is pregnant with a baby boy. (Bravo)

There are almost as many baby food delivery startups as regular food delivery startups. (Mashable)

Where ancient Roman babies pooped. (Forbes)

An argument for letting your child try lots of different sports. (Reuters)

Nicki Hilton’s high tea baby shower. (People)

Building healthy communities for kids by asking what they need. (Fast Company)

The spit test and kids’ concussions. (CNN)

Teen Vogue shutters its print edition. (Variety)

New reasons not to eat cookie dough. Bummer. (Today)

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