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Rihanna Pregnant Super Bowl

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Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

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In the micro-second belly rub seen around the world—Rihanna announced her second pregnancy at the Super Bowl. (YouTube)

Then she followed it up with a cover story and interview about all things motherhood with British Vogue. (Vogue U.K.)

Rihanna also trademarked “Fenty Kids,” spurring conversation about a future children’s fashion line. (Essence)

Teens girls are facing an alarming mental health epidemic—with 1 in 3 high school girls considering suicide in 2021, a 60% increase from 2011. (Time, The Atlantic, Time)

A staggering number of teen girls and LGBTQ+ teens are being forced into having sex. (Vice)

France is doubling down on age-gating social media and porn sites. (Politico)

Check out Eunique Jones Gibson’s new pull-ups line that promotes diversity: Big-Ups. (Forbes, Instagram)

Bone broth for babies and toddlers, made easy! (Cerebelly)

Ani DiFranco has a beautiful new kids book on the way. (Bookshop, Amazon)

The “national sport” of judging parents online. (The Atlantic)

A new novel looks at Black motherhood in the 1950s. (NPR)

Radiant pregnant model Tessa Kuragi let her bump do the talking at London Fashion Week. (Instagram)

The importance of curbing “technoference” between you and your baby. (Psychology Today)

YouTube’s mission to sell your kids junk food. (NPR)

Why so many U.S. teens aren’t getting their driver’s licenses. (The Week)

How to navigate your child’s first crush. (The New York Times)

Gerber Childrenswear has a stylish new kids line sold at Walmart. (Walmart)

Baby names inspired by African American heroines. (Nameberry)

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