The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:00 am
01/18/19

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Who’s ready to march? (#WomensWave)

Kim Kardashian confirms she’s having a baby boy via surrogate. (DailyMail)

A touching essay on preparing a child for being black in America. (The New York Times)

Is this really the “new mom uniform of Park Slope”? (The New York Times)

It’s not all bliss for grandmothers, either. (Los Angeles Times)

Kenzo’s Humberto Leon casts his mother in the brand’s latest campaign. (The New York Times)

Gymboree is set to close the majority of its 900 stores. (CNBC)

Applying sports psychology to child birth. (The New York Times)

A new book for the “woke baby.” (Amazon)

Despite having a vasectomy, Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx is set to become a “new” dad for the fifth time. (People)

A study finds the gender education gap starts later for Asian-Americans. (The New York Times)

Frozen 2, Beyoncé in The Lion King, a Toy Story sequel, and all the other most anticipated kids’ movies of 2019. (Mother)

Why it used to be okay for parents to pick a favorite child. (The Atlantic)

More U.S. teens are using birth control. (WebMD)

Baby names inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. (Nameberry)

Cynthia Rowley’s 19-year-old daughter (whom we profiled here), just started her own fashion line. (The New York Times)

Taking the pain out of children’s shots. (The New York Times)

The BBC’s checklist for talking to kids about sex. (Quartz)

How the CuddleCot gives grieving parents more time with their stillborn babies. (The New York Times)

A San Francisco chef on her lack of work/life balance. (Chef’s Feed)

A children’s theater program, drama over a food allergy, and a lawsuit. (The New York Times)

How to help tweens and teens manage social conflict. (The New York Times)

Sometimes even ultramarathon runners have to pump at work. (Buzzfeed)

Kate Upton on new motherhood. (Page Six)

The “gay penguins of Australia” are raising a baby together. (The New York Times)

What people actually say before they die. (The Atlantic)

Meet the “granddaughter” of Serena Williams (it’s a doll). (The New York Times)

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