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The Motherlode: Mini Rodini’s New “What’s Cooking” Collection & More

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Photography by Mini Rodini

Mini Rodini’s new veggie-heavy clothing collection was inspired by Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain, and Salvador Dali. (Mini Rodini)

Kimberly Mata-Rubio, whose daughter Lexi was killed at Robb Elementary, is running for mayor of Uvalde, Texas. (ABC, Instagram)

A deep dive on 20 years of U.S. women’s earnings shows the “motherhood penalty” is even worse than we thought. (Fortune, Knowledia, Pnas)

Best-selling authors/illustrators Andy J. Pizza and Sophie Miller invite us over to their studio. (MOTHER)

Tiffany Haddish reveals she’s had 8 miscarriages, thanks to a bicornuate uterus. (Today)

The 3-part Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument was officially established as a National Park on the 82nd anniversary of Till’s birth. (NPS, C-SPAN)

Juggling motherhood and the World Cup. (Yahoo!, Japan Times)

Naomi Osaka revealed she was working out 15 days after birth. Some postpartum advocates are speaking out. (Postpartum Justice)

Check out Joanna Gaines’ new wooden toy line for Target. (Target)

Hatch launched the Rest Go sound machine for napping on-the-go. (Hatch)

Young adults in China are becoming “full time children” (to their parents) after facing burnout and unemployment. (BBC)

Caroline Wozniacki on her return to tennis after welcoming two children. (Vogue)

Less than half of American teens are driving. (The Hill)

Meet the Bay Area mother launching an Asian doll for kids named Jilly Bing. (NBC, Jilly Bing)

Ways in which Barbie overlaps with postpartum struggles. (Today)

New research on the “millennial mom” experience—and especially Black millennial moms. (The Grio)

Critics of weighted infant sleepwear sound off. (NPR)

How a group of middle school girls are serving Baltimore’s food deserts. (Baltimore Banner)

The Kids Online Safety Act will be heading to the Senate next. (CT Mirror)

Why myopia is becoming increasingly common among kids and adults. (NPR)

July is almost over! How did your horoscope hold up? (MOTHER)

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