The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
02/27/15

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The awkward mother-daughter moment between Dakota Johnson and Melanie Griffith seen around the world. (Time)

The Oscars’ best-dressed baby bumps. (E!)

A reminder why principals matter. (The Atlantic)

Naya Rivera is pregnant. (People)

A harrowing story of babies switched at birth and the mistake discovered 10 years later. (The New York Times)

Some highlights from Kim Gordon’s new memoir. (Slate)

A small and inspiring Williamsburg apartment. (Freunde von Freunden)

The three most popular images from Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In stock photo collection. (Slate)

Yay or nay: Cotton Candy Oreos. (Jezebel)

The “Esty mom” pulling in $70K a month. (ABC News)

J.K. Simmons has a message to all of us: Call your parents. (Business Insider)

The motherhood pay gap. (Christian Science Monitor)

Street style outside the Fall 2015 shows. (Style.com)

Netflix is launching five new kids’ shows, including remakes of Inspector Gadget and Danger Mouse. (TechCrunch)

Meanwhile, Amazon Prime has renewed four of its most popular children’s programs. (Variety)

Why hand-washing (vs. machine-washing) your dishes might help your kids. (NPR)

Opting out of motherhood, one writer shares her story. (Harper’s Bazaar)

Apple debuts its watch in 12 pages of ads in Vogue. (Ad Age)

Kanye’s launching a video game about his late mother in heaven. (NY Daily News)

Advice on talking to your kids about where their clothes come from. (Time)

The importance of a mother’s voice on infant development. (The New York Times)

Placenta art. (ArtNet)

The Honest Company developed a baby formula. (Inc.)

All the nominees for the Kids’ Choice Awards. Chances are your kids know who these folks are. (Hollywood Life)

An adorable celebration of Black History Month. (ABC News)

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