The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
1:15 pm
01/31/20

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The world grapples with the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven others. (Sportscenter, ESPN, CNN)

Ciara is expecting baby #3. (Instagram)

What parents need to know about coronavirus. (The New York Times)

The rate of maternal death in the U.S. remains alarmingly high, especially for black women. (CNN)

Barbie’s new range of diverse dolls includes one with vitiligo and another with no hair. (CNN)

Jodie Turner on why she doesn’t want to raise her child in America. (USA Today)

4moms launched their answer to the SNOO—a $330 robotic crib named MamaRoo Sleep. (Bed, Bath, & Beyond)

Check out HATCH’s latest collaboration with Misha Nonoo. (Hatch Collection)

Your February 2020 horoscope is now live! (MOTHER)

A surge of activism-themed films flood Sundance 2020. (The Atlantic)

A Sunday spent with designer and mother of three Ulla Johnson. (The New York Times)

Chloë Sevigny shows off her baby bump on the beach. (Instagram)

Why female-dominated jobs remain devalued and underpaid. (The New York Times)

Related: Dog walkers in the U.S. are often earning more than early childhood educators. (WSJ)

Bob Marley’s kids gathered to celebrate the reggae legends’s 75th birthday. (AP)

The outsize influencer of middle-school friends. (The Atlantic)

Lady Gaga’s mother on helping her daughter through depression due, in part, to middle school bullying. (Billboard)

“Momcations” are a thing. But you probably already knew that. (The New York Times)

Elsa Pataky and her three children are on the cover of Vogue Australia. (Vogue Australia.)

Catching up with Jazz Jennings of “I Am Jazz.” (The New York Times)

An Indiana teenager raised $10,000 to install a community “baby box” at a fire station. Less than a year later, a healthy newborn was found inside. (CNN)

Kenya Moore on her daughter being the light of her life and embarking on solo parenting. (People)

The high stakes of naming a child after a fictional character. (The Atlantic)

Russell Hornsby on the parenting advice he wishes he’d listened to. (People)

How to expand your baby’s potential with education. (TEDx)

How a phoneless 11-year-old got lost in NYC and survived. (Today)

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