The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
11:30 am
09/16/22

Pic Via Deadline

The tear-jerking reactions to the trailer for Disney’s new The Little Mermaid featuring Halle Bailey. (Deadline)

A 5-minute walk is the best way to soothe a crying baby, according to research out of Japan. (CBS)

It’s National Working Parents Day this week! Take this fun quiz created by our friends at Vivvi to find out how your parent skills benefit your biz skills! (Vivvi)

How libraries are key in supporting young children and their caretakers. (Bloomberg)

What to teach young kids about gender. (The Atlantic)

At home with LeBron James and his family. (Vanity Fair)

Hanna Andersson is having a BIG sale. (Hanna Andersson)

The West Elm x Mara Hoffman collection is here! (West Elm)

So is the Athena Calderone x Crate & Barrel collection. (Crate & Barrel)

An argument for “red shirting” boys—a.k.a. having them start school a year after girls. (The Atlantic)

The father of 9-year-old daughter killed in Uvalde is running for local office. (ABC)

Serena Williams’ first kids’ book, The Adventures of Qai Qai, is out later this month. (Amazon)

Chelsea Clinton on her latest children’s book, Welcome to the Big Kids Club: What Every Older Sibling Needs to Know!. (Amazon, WSGW)

Storq’s got a new jumpsuit and all-access bodysuit. (Storq, Storq)

Why do so many of today’s kids need glasses? (The Atlantic)

A guide to the best of Judy Blume. (The New York Times)

Blake Lively is pregnant with her fourth child. (People)

What parents should know about the latest enterovirus spike. (The New York Times)

Piccolina and Salood have teamed up on a product to support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. (Piccolina)

Zodiac cupcakes. They’re a thing! (Baked by Melissa)

How one woman is working to change the abortion narrative in her Latinx community. (Allure)

Save the date for this virtual discussion of reproductive justice in the 21st century. (MAAM)

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