The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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Cardi B revealed her pregnancy on SNL. She’s most likely expecting a girl. (YouTube, E!)

Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill. became the first sitting senator to give birth while in office. She’s now pressing the Senate to let her bring her newborn to work. (NPR)

Life-threatening allergies in children are on the rise. (The New York Times)

The never-ending task of shielding Black kids from negative stereotypes. (The Atlantic)

Khloe Kardashian had her baby girl. (CNN)

Mom of two boys Kate Hudson is also expecting a baby girl. (Instagram)

The myth of “learning styles.” (The Atlantic)

That time Marie Kondo and California Closets made over our closet/life. True story! (CA Closets)

PBS Kids x Zappos launch a clothing line for kids with autism. (Forbes)

Why U.S. students haven’t gotten better at reading in 20 years. (The Atlantic)

How to talk to boys aged 7 to 11, and how to listen. (The New York Times)

Why helicopter parenting doesn’t work. (The Atlantic)

Rachel McAdams had a baby boy. (Hollywood Reporter)

Kate Middleton might be having a boy, too. (Vanity Fair)

Amal Clooney graces the cover of Vogue, talks about her career and her twins. (Vogue)

Higher blood pressure pre-pregnancy is linked to a higher risk of miscarriage. (Reuters)

Having kids early or late helps you bounce back from the gender pay gap. But, really, we all suffer. (Fortune)

Kid internet and the privacy bargain. (The Atlantic)

Mark Zuckerberg gets grilled by Congress. (Slate)

Calling BS on Google. (Fortune)

Teens would rather dine at Starbucks than buy clothes; plus other fascinating data on Gen Z. (CNBC)

Seth Meyers explains how is wife gave birth in their apartment’s lobby. (Washington Post)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore is pregnant. (People)

PTA culture and “working” mothers. (The Washington Post)

Designing workspaces for women. (The Atlantic)

Why teens become “allergic” to their parents. (The New York Times)

A Canadian fertility doctor is found to be the biological father to 11 of his patients’ kids. (CNN)

Storq launches a slip dress. (Storq)

How yoga in schools can help kids with anxiety. (Forbes)

Andi Mack wins a GLAAD award. (Variety)

Really good-looking clothing for boys, on sale through the weekend. (Over The Ocean)

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