The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:00 am
02/07/20

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Ashley Graham publicly debuted her baby boy Isaac. (Instagram, YouTube)

Blue Ivy made quite the entrance at the Super Bowl. So did J.Lo’s daughter Emme. (Essence, E!)

YouTube will invest $100M in developing kids’ programs that emphasize compassion, curiosity, and more. (TechCrunch)

Outdoor Voices founder Tyler Haney’s scary C-section delivery. (People)

The rise of the “toddler milk” market. (The Atlantic)

Also, Dunkaroos are back. (The New York Times)

Maisonette launched its in-house, under-$50 label Maison Me. (Maisonette)

The FDA approved the first treatment for children with peanut allergies. (FDA)

The loneliness of early parenthood. (The Atlantic)

A new study reports that by the age of seven, 53% of British kids will own a mobile phone. Advertisers are ready. (Yahoo!)

Spicy food, sex, and more—the myths and science behind triggering labor. (The New York Times)

More evidence that speaking “parentese” to your babies helps them learn language. (Reuters)

A newborn in Alabama was taken from his mother after she failed a drug test after eating a poppy seed bagel. (Metro UK)

Teens have found a loophole in the flavored vaping ban. (CNBC)

Rebecca Romijn launched a jewelry line named after her twin 11-year-old daughters. (People)

Why grocery stores have kid-sized carts. (The Atlantic)

The role of memes in teen culture. (The New York Times)

Orange Is the New Black star Danielle Brooks finally revealed her daughter’s name: Freeya. (Instagram)

The sneaky way marketers are reaching our children. (The Atlantic)

Kids and adults named Alexa are being “bullied mercilessly.” Thanks, Amazon. (Business Insider)

Trump’s very limited paid family leave plan. (The New York Times)

Grimes on her pregnancy skin routine. (Vogue)

Asian teens are experiencing racism on TicTok due to coronavirus. (Buzzfeed)

How to talk to your kids about the coronvirus outbreak. (Time)

A study finds babies show altruistic capabilities early on. (Science Daily)

Miranda Kerr on life with three sons. (People)

The link between what a mama-to-be eats and what her child will favor. (The Atlantic)

All the celebs who are having babies in 2020. (Glamour)

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