The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:55 am
01/10/20

Photo Via TMZ

Chloë Sevigny is pregnant. (TMZ)

Grimes is also pregnant (with Elon Musk’s child). (Instagram)

Jodie Turner-Smith is also pregnant. (People)

Meghan and Harry and Archie are stepping back as “senior royals” and will split their lives between Britain and North America. (BBC, Sussex Royal)

Cameron Diaz announced the birth of her daughter, Raddix. (Instagram)

Choosing to have children during the climate crisis. (The Atlantic)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is cancer-free once again. Thank god. (CNN)

Why suicide is on the rise for teens and young adults. (The New York Times)

How cities became childless. (The Atlantic)

An amazing story of a Florida mother who welcomed two sets of twins (all boys!) in one year. (CBS, Today, GoFundMe)

A new study finds over a million American teen girls have received unnecessary pelvic exams. (NPR)

Amy Schumer reveals she’s doing IVF and asking for support. (Instagram)

The boys who wear shorts all winter—it’s a thing. (The Atlantic)

YouTube’s major overhaul on kids’ videos over privacy concerns has begun. (Bloomberg)

A new study finds no strong link between baby powder and cancer. (Kaiser Health News)

Cassie showcased her baby girl Frankie’s adorable face for the first time. (Instagram)

Princess Love revealed her baby boy’s name: Epik Ray. (Instagram)

There are new laws about how much one must pay an au pair in Massachusetts. (The New York Times)

The high cost of giving birth in the U.S. (The Atlantic)

IKEA reached a $46M settlement for the death of a toddler killed by a falling dresser. (NPR)

The rise of school shootings after hours. (The New York Times)

Matthew Cherry’s short film Hair Love, based off of his best-selling childen’s book, is now in the Oscars race. (IndieWire)

All the stars giving birth in 2020. (Hello)

A new study finds kids will eat healthier foods if they watch cooking shows featuring healthy foods. (Science Daily)

A research-based argument for early treatment of autism. (The New York Times)

Leave a Comment

0 comments

ALL MATERIAL © MOTHER LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SITE DESIGNED BY JANE REACTION, DEVELOPED BY BRANDI BERNOSKIE