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The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

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The new Fila x Mini Rodini collection is here and it is really cute! (Mini Rodini)

Puma x Cocomelon has also arrived! (Puma)

More states are passing laws to restrict or ban gender-affirming care for trans kids. (NPR)

Jodie Turner-Smith on motherhood: “There’s so much guilt and pressure on women and mothers to just act as though you haven’t just gone through this deeply transformational process, this life-changing, earth-shattering, body and perception-shifting transformation. The pandemic smacked me in the face and forced me to slow down, and I’m so glad it did.” (People)

Brooke Shields’ new Hulu documentary, Pretty Baby, takes on the sexualization of young girls. (NPR)

The ACLU and Planned Parenthood sued the Idaho attorney general over an out-of-state abortion referral ban. (The Hill)

The Catch-22 for working parents in America. (The Atlantic)

An instant mood-lifter: this supremely adorable and wise toddler talking about emotions. (Global News)

An absolutely horrific case of a state-sanctioned medical kidnapping of a Black baby in Texas. (Jezebel, Afiya Center)

Questioning Holocaust education in a time of rising anti-semitism. (The Atlantic)

Thousands of Nashville students walked out to protest the inaction of lawmakers and gun makers against gun violence. (Everytown)

Harry Potter might be coming to HBO as a TV series. (NME)

Evite launched a “parenthood journey” category that includes cards celebrating IVF, adoption, and more. (Evite, Yahoo!)

How to show up for teens when big emotions arise. (NPR)

New novel The Nursery takes on the ambivalence of new motherhood. (The Atlantic)

Examining the joy and anxiety of parenthood as a Black father. (NPR)

The rise of pandemic-era multi-generational family trips—and how to do it right. (The New York Times)

The number of babies born with syphilis in Canada is rising at a faster rate than in the U.S. or Europe. (CBA)

U.S. teens aren’t as into virtual reality as you might think. (CNBC)

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