The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:00 pm
01/19/18

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A first look at the motherhood-themed movie Tully, starring Charlize Theron and from the writers behind Juno. (Deadline Hollywood)

Who’s marching this weekend? (The Women’s March)

New Zealand’s Prime Minister is pregnant, making her the second-ever pregnant world leader. (Washington Post)

Kim and Kanye welcomed their baby girl via surrogate and there were rumors they named her Louis Vuitton. (W)

The Times released a 6-piece video series about motherhood. (The New York Times)

Fussy baby? Here are 20 moves to try. (HuffPo)

A “bougie knockoff” of the Finnish baby box. (Slate)

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 will focus on motherhood “in a whole new way.” (Mercury News)

How to find joy in the resistance. (Salon)

How sudden deportation ripped apart this Michigan family. (The New York Times)

Aziz Ansari x #MeToo. (The Atlantic)

The Hollywood tide turns on Woody Allen. Also, Allen’s daughter Dylan Farrow opens up about her sexual abuse. (The Atlantic, CBS)

Why some people are more creative than others. (Salon)

How colleges foretold the #MeToo movement. (The Atlantic)

A Hawaiian mother recounts the terrifying 38-minute false alarm ballistic missile attack. (Washington Post)

Perfectionism in college students has increased 33% since 1989, in part thanks to social media. (The New York Times)

How Portlandia changed Portland. (Salon)

If your child a phone “addict”? (The New York Times)

What it’s like to raise a social media star. (The Atlantic)

Nicole Trunfio and Gary Clark Jr. welcomed a daughter, Gia (Gigi). (Instagram)

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova debuted their twins on social media. (Instagram)

What college is like as a single mother. (The Atlantic)

A new Australian study on mom brain. (Science Alert)

Bernice King reminds the world that without her mother Coretta Scott King, there would be no MLK Day. (Twitter)

The students who don’t believe college is an option. (The Atlantic)

Is oat milk the next big thing? (The New York Times)

How Bill Gates limited screen time for his kids. (Business Insider)

A divisive word in school reform. (The Atlantic)

Teens and the ridiculous Tide Pod challenge. (Vice)

Jamie-Lynn Sigler welcomed her second child, a boy named Jack Adam. (Us)

How volunteering increases teens’ self-esteem. (PBS)

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