The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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U.S. track stars Allyson Felix and Quanera Hayes shared their powerful Olympic-qualifying moment with their toddlers. (EurWeb)

Meanwhile, Olympic medal hopeful Sha’Carri Richardson steals hearts around the world with her emotional tribute to her family. (Yahoo!, NowThis, Glamour)

Allyson Felix also used this moment in time to launch her own lifestyle brand, inspired by the discrimination she faced when becoming a mother. (Instagram)

Britney Spears’ 23-minute courtroom speech reveals she was forced to use contraception despite the fact that she would like another child. (The New York Times, CBS)

100+ children’s books that celebrate LGBTQ+ characters. (MOTHER)

Why many kids experiencing a mental health crisis can languish for days inside of the ER. (NPR)

A new two-dad family is introduced on Sesame Street. (People)

Plan ahead. Don’t post. And 7 other rules for a happier summer vacation. (The Atlantic)

Maisonette just launched a colorful in-house line, Neon Rebels, for kids 6 through 14. (Maisonette)

How to support teens as they navigate post-pandemic re-entry. (University of VA)

All about post-weaning depression. (MOTHER)

Is Bluey “the best kids’ show of our time”? (NYMag)

Trystan Reese has a new book out about trans parenthood, How We Do Family. (Instagram, Amazon)

An Indian man who claimed to father a record-setting 89 children has died. (USA Today)

Camping this summer? The prettiest gear has arrived! (The Get Out)

The folks from A Kids Book About just launched a new podcast. (Is That True?)

Ilana Glazer said she felt “psychologically tortured” when filming the pregnancy horror movie False Positive while she was actually pregnant. (Vanity Fair)

New York Times food reporter and Indian-ish cookbook author Priya Krishna talks food while cooking with her mom. (NPR)

What happens when mothers regret motherhood. (LA Times)

Debunking the myth of the “absent Black father.” (San Francisco Chronicle)

The founder of Toki Mats on her must-haves as a busy mom of three. (MOTHER)

The amazing exhibit “Designing Motherhood” is now open to view in Philly. (Designing Motherhood)

Many parents are feeling separation anxiety now that their kids are leaving home more often. (NBC)

Got a thing for plaid? Check out the new Heather Taylor for West Elm line. (West Elm)

Reimagining office life post-Covid. (The New York Times)

The latest season of Master of None looks at motherhood, miscarriage, and more. (Awards Daily)

Kevin Hart on his new Netfilx movie, Fatherhood. (Today)

Meet Olympic gold medalist, MMA champ, and single mom Kayla Harrison. (WSIS)

New book Your Perfect Nursery provides numerous tips on designing an ideal space for your littles. (Amazon)

The CDC says heart inflammation in teens after receiving a Covid vaccine is rare. (NPR)

Three LGBTQ+ families on their paths to parenthood. (Today)

Obesity in teens raises adult diabetes risk, even after weight loss. (U.S. News & World Report)

Ed Sheeran on how life has changed after becoming a dad. (People)

Shop the Bella twins new stroller, carriers, and accessories line for Colugo. (Colugo x Bellas)

Bundle and save up to 30% at Noble Carriage’s Customer Appreciation Sale. (Noble Carriage)

These three animated series for kids have been renewed by Netflix. (Netflix)

Nick Cannon is expecting another child—that’ll be his fourth in one year. (Vulture)

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