The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:30 pm
05/04/18

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Zoe Saldana brought her three sons to her emotional Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony. (People)

The Boy Scouts of America will drop the “Boy” in its name. (The New York Times)

A review of the modern motherhood-themed Tully. (The Atlantic)

Tully star Charlize Theron says adopting her children was always her “first choice.” (People)

A dangerous milestone in higher education. (The Atlantic)

An MIT hackathon tackling newborn feeding, pumping, and more. (The Atlantic)

Serena Williams on motherhood, marriage, and her pregnancy-related health scare. (Today)

A new book about deciding to have—or not have—children. (The New Yorker, Amazon)

Bill Nye’s tips for getting kids excited about science. (Lifehacker)

These mommy-and-me dresses are really calling our name. (Ace & Jig)

Rihanna on her motherhood goals. (Vogue)

Quebec’s universal (but not equal) child care system. (The Atlantic)

Sandra Bullock on motherhood and getting rid of the term “adopted children.” (InStyle)

Kate Middleton accidentally paid homage to Rosemary’s Baby during Louis’ debut. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Are kids the enemy of writing? (GQ)

Amazon launches a $23 subscription book box for kids. (The Verge)

The troubled teens of Netflix’s Girls Incarcerated. (The New Yorker)

China’s baby bust is hurting the economy. (WSJ)

Inside Chrissy Teigen’s baby shower for her baby boy on the way. (Brides)

Molly Sims x Minnow. (People, Minnow)

Teaching kids to meditate, and getting schools on board, too. (Mind Body Green)

Teens are going to rehab for social media addiction. (CBS)

Kenya Moore on her IVF journey. (People)

Dave Eggers on his new kids’ book. (NPR)

How to teach kids to see the best in others. (The Washington Post)

The Man Repeller on her post-baby selfie obsession and criticism. (Man Repeller)

Kim Kardashian also considered the names Jo and Grace for baby Chicago. (Ellen)

Unauthorized immigrants are shying away from signing their kids up for food aid. (NPR)

Legoland’s new castle hotel. (Forbes)

French kids get a lesson on fake news. (NPR)

Disney’s new kids’ food channel, Disney Eats. (Food & Wine)

Kylie Jenner is interviewed about motherhood and more by her sister. (Evening Standard)

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