The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:00 pm
12/27/19

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Meghan, Harry, and Archie’s first Christmas card. (CNN)

The baby names that have lost the most popularity over the past 100 years. (The Stacker)

How to communicate with your children better in the new year. (The New York Times)

For the first time on record, the birth rate in Japan has dropped below 900,000. (Reuters)

The Christmas baby’s dilemma. (The Atlantic)

Planned Parenthood will open 50 reproductive health centers at Los Angeles high schools. (The Washington Post)

An argument for “divvying” and conquering at home. (Quartz)

When Mary Poppins is your mom. (NPR)

Alicia Keys on motherhood’s biggest rewards. (Yahoo!)

7 teen books about kindness. (Brightly)

Author Lucy Ellman starts a tiny shit storm with her candid comments about motherhood. (Vogue)

Billie Eilish’s mom on her daughter’s success. (Buzzfeed)

WNBA star Sue Bird—girlfriend of Megan Rapinoe—on freezing her eggs. (USA Today)

Why kids online are chasing “clout.” (The Atlantic)

The sales of squeeze pouch baby food is falling. (WSJ)

A new way to track yours kids, sans smartphone. (The Verge)

What young women need to know about Little Women. (The Atlantic)

An argument for not putting your kid on a digital fast during witner break (or ever). (Inc.)

Is the “mom-com” genre now a thing? (Vogue Australia)

All the celebs who had babies in 2019. (Today, Essence)

What prehistoric baby spoons look like. (Forbes)

Have you watched John Mulaney’s The Sack Lunch Bunch on Netflix? (Polygon)

Teens are promoting mostly unhealthy foods via social media. (Food Navigator)

A reminder to keep your kiddos active. (U.S. News & World Report)

Is social media leading to less sex for teens? (CBS)

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