The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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Pharrell Williams and his wife Helen Lasichanh are expecting a second child. They already have a boy named Rocket. (People)

A Fitbit for your placenta. (The Atlantic)

Janet Jackson and her baby bump were spotted out and about. (ET)

Target is removing the kid-sized shopping carts from all of its stores. (Fortune)

Olivia Wilde reveals she’s having a girl. (ET)

How “daycare” became “school.” (The Atlantic)

We’re obsessed with this picture of a pregnant Lykke Li. (Stereogum)

Hillary Clinton explains why no one with a daughter should vote for Trump. (YouTube)

What should you do when you witness a child being disciplined harshly in public? (The New York Times)

Why modern parents are really into unique baby names. (Psychology Today)

The baby from Nirvana’s Nevermind cover turned 25 and recreated his famous underwater shoot. (Spin)

Modern Family gets a transgender kid character. (The Atlantic)

Five conversations to have with your kids after watching Storks. (Common Sense Media)

Leave the “hot moms” alone. (Slate)

Have you entered our Current/Elliott x Hatch maternity denim giveaway? (Mother)

The Stranger Things kids are probably going to be in the next Louis Vuitton campaign. (Dazed)

A baby boy with three parents was born. (CNN)

It’s apple season! Here are 15 baby names inspired by the fruit. (Kitchn)

What’ll happen if young people opt out of parenthood. (Vice)

The four traits that put children at risk for addiction. (The New York Times)

What Islamophobia is doing to American children. (The Atlantic)

How to pay for multiple kids in college, all at once. (Fortune)

The 100 best companies to work for (supposedly) if you’re a mom. (Working Mother)

Racial bias in preschool. (The Atlantic)

Births to teen moms has hit an all-time low. (Health Day)

Emily Blunt on going from 1 to 2. (People)

Buying your kids a Trump piñata (like Madonna)—yay or nay? (Slate)

How pop culture tells women to shut up. (The Atlantic)

Who else is downloading the new Solange album this weekend? (iTunes)

Helping teens cope with social stress. (The New York Times)

Camilla Alves on post-baby bodies. (People)

The inevitable burnout of American teachers. (The Atlantic)

Savannah Guthrie is having a boy. (People)

The complexity of being a student and a parent. (Slate)

Tatyana Ali had a baby boy and named him Edward Aszard. (People)

Charlotte and George on their first official “engagement” together. (Daily Mail)

Julia Roberts to film a movie about a PTA mom framed by cops for drug possession. (Deadline)

Angela Simmons had a baby boy. (People)

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