The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:57 pm
01/03/20

Photo Via Instagram/@beyonce

Beyoncé pulls out some never-seen-before family photos for her 2019 recap video. (Instagram)

Actress Michelle Williams, mom to 14-year-old Matilda, is pregnant and engaged. (Good Morning America)

America Ferrera is also pregnant with baby #2. (CNN)

India tops the world in the most New Year’s Day babies delivered—67,385 to be exact. (The Hindu, NPR)

From Baby Yoda to Baby Shark—a decade in babies. (The Verge)

American Girl debuts its first doll with hearing loss. (CNN)

An introvert’s guide to raising an extrovert. (Yahoo!)

Greta Thunberg’s dad didn’t initially embrace his daughter’s activism, until he saw how it combatted her depression. (BBC, CNN)

Amy Schumer on why she stopped breastfeeding and all things birth and motherhood. (Informed Pregnancy Podcast)

The best advice for talking to kids about big, complex issues. (Lifehacker)

Meet the Montessori schools that embrace kid-tracking devices. (Quartz)

Seattle public schools won’t allow unvaccinated students to attend after winter break. (MSN)

Why a dad dressing in a Frozen dress is still a big deal to some people. (Slate)

A Chinese scientist who helped create the world’s first gene-edited babies has been sentenced to three years in prison. (CNN)

What schools would be like if they were designed for kids with autism. (The Atlantic)

There’s a class-action lawsuit against Amazon’s Ring, due to outside hackers harassing kids on the device. (Futurism)

Tony Hawk’s touching tribute to his recently departed mother. (Instagram)

Snoop Dogg and Rockabye Baby teamed up for a lullaby album. (PageSix)

Ashley Graham on inclusivity and modeling while pregnant. (Grazia)

How fitness classes are marketed to postpartum women. (WSJ)

Elon Musk’s mom on raising successful kids. (CNBC)

Meet Seek—the so-called “Shazam for nature” app for kids. (Dezeen)

Christine Pelosi on her mother’s legacy as Speaker of the House. (MSNBC)

The “curse” of the mother-in-law in India. (BBC)

A new study finds U.S. hospitals are less capable of providing acute care for kids. (Reuters)

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