The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
3:45 pm
01/26/18

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The U.S. fertility rate has dropped…but has also risen with women 40+, highly educated women, and single women. It’s complicated. (Salon)

A school shooting in Kentucky takes the lives of two children. It was the 11th school shooting this year. (CNN, The New York Times)

Why women are still choosing the lowest-paying jobs. (The Atlantic)

Kim and Kayne named their baby girl Chicago. (Instagram)

Walmart and now Starbucks are offering paid family leave. (The New York Times)

Boss Baby is up for an Oscar. (Time)

Coco Rocha brought her daughter on the Gaultier runway and also revealed she’s expecting a son. (People)

Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, steps down. (The New York Times)

How hanging out IRL and playing sports makes teens more happy than tech. (Techcrunch)

If Apple CEO Tim Cook had kids, he says he wouldn’t let them engage in social media. (Inc.)

Kristen Bell’s new mini-series: Momsplaining. (People)

The U.S. government is denying citizenship to a child because his parents are gay. (Slate)

This mom asked for postpartum depression help. The nurses called the cops. (Slate)

A book club for minority boys. (The Washington Post)

David Schwimmer’s PSA videos about sexual harassment. (The Cut)

Meet the founder—and mom—behind the #MeToo hashtag movement. (Salon)

Abercrombie launched a new gender-neutral kids’ collection. (Abercrombie)

Burger King is weighing in on net neutrality. (Slate)

How to minimize your exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals. (Salon)

How to keep children safe from abuse at the pediatrician’s office. (The New York Times)

Why we forget most of the books we read and TV and movies we watch. (The Atlantic)

Baby boomer grandparents want names beyond “grandma” and “grandpa.” (The New York Times)

A new study reveals risks of C-Sections. (The New York Times)

The ethics of choosing a sperm donor. (Slate)

The loneliness of motherhood. (Salon)

The best foods for a baby’s brain. (Time)

The elusive link between obesity and autism. (The Atlantic)

France’s baby milk scandal. (BBC)

Are you watching the Grammy Awards this weekend? (Grammy’s)

The godsend of meeting mom friends online. (Slate)

Why college students are still spending so much for textbooks. (The Atlantic)

18 things to stop doing in 2018. (Salon)

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