The Mothelode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:12 am
01/20/17

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Alicia Keys on motherhood, activism, the whole no-makeup thing, and more. (Allure)

“The only thing that’s the end of the world is the end of the world,” Obama offers a mix of hope and warnings at his last press conference. (NPR)

A fashion brand ideal for the Women’s March and beyond. (The New York Times)

The Women’s March’s impressive roster of speakers, announced. (Slate)

Marching with a child? Here are some tips. (Yahoo!)

The war on baby girls has died down a little. (The Economist)

How charter schools have fueled resegregation. (The Atlantic)

Jemima Kirke on having a child at 25. (Elite Daily)

The $325 million industry of getting your baby to sleep. (Marketplace)

The banned books your kids should read. (The New York Times)

U.S. parents are supposedly most stressed out by their tweens. (MamaMia!)

The tragedy that is Betsey DeVos nomination for Education Secretary. (The Atlantic)

Creative ideas for Women’s March signage. (Bustle)

When you hate being called a mom. (Man Repeller)

The power of bullet-journaling. (Slate)

How Iceland got kids to say no to drugs. (The Atlantic)

Kate Hudson and James Corden get toddler dance lessons. (ET)

Contemplating another foster child. (The New York Times)

Jennifer Lopez on having help with her kids. (People)

Teens are using Facebook more. (eMarketer)

Jeff Goldblum, 64, is expecting his second child with Emilie Livingston. (People)

Study says: Babies retain knowledge of their birth language. (New Atlas)

How one man regained his attention span. (Back Channel)

Michelle Obama says Barack’s jeans are not “dad jeans.” (Time)

Lauren Conrad might call her baby (boy?) Rowan. (Self)

If you see 20th Century Women this weekend, 5% of your ticket sale will go to Planned Parenthood. (CNN)

Katherine Heigl had a baby boy and named him Joshua Bishop. (E!)

The star of Odd Mom Out now has a cabaret show. (Forbes)

Molly Sims’ kids meeting their brother for the first time. (People)

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