The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:50 am
01/27/17

Photo Via Vanity Fair

A pregnant Natalie Portman and the other ladies from Hollywood’s A-list cover Vanity Fair. (Vanity Fair)

Millions have marched, now here are 10 actions we can all do for the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. (Women’s March)

Men who cared for their children during the march also made headlines. (Slate)

A disturbing study reveals 5- to 7-years-old girls don’t think they’re smart enough. (The Atlantic)

New Jersey becomes the first U.S. state to hand out “baby boxes” to moms of newborns. (USA Today)

How the election affected queer teens. (The Advocate)

Taking the awkward out of sex ed. (Amaze)

Kellyanne Conway’s favorite title is “mommy,” also dubs herself “postfeminist.” (New York Magazine)

A few reasons why not all millennials want kids. (International Business Times)

The importance of screen-free zones for kids and parents. (The New York Times)

The Devil Wears Prada is coming to Broadway. (The New York Times)

The U.S. cervical cancer death rate is higher than once thought. (Slate)

What we’d want to be wearing if we were pregnant. (Mother)

Tiki Sumpter on new motherhood, her engagement, and more. (The Real)

29 compliments your kids need to hear from you. (MSN)

Are grade-schoolers bringing home too much homework? (Slate)

The mid-career internship for women who’ve taken a workplace pause. (The Atlantic)

Russell Brand is loving fatherhood. (People)

Keisha Knight Pulliam had a baby girl. (Today)

Meet the 2017 Gerber baby. (People)

Mike Pence calls his wife Mother. (Slate)

The importance of storytime with dad. (The Mirror)

The Oscar nominees are in. (The Atlantic)

Could smart baby monitors be putting your kid at risk? (The Verge)

Mothers and daughters who marched together. (Vox)

Kelly Rowland on juggling her son and a career. (Today)

Katherine Heigl debuts her son. (People)

How to take your reproductive health into your own hands during the Trump era. (Slate)

R.I.P. Mary Tyler Moore, who lost her only child when he was 24. (AOL)

“Art Dads.” (Dazed)

A book by one of our Mother subjects on raising a 2-year-old. (August to August)

Mel Gibson became a dad for the 9th time. (People)

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