The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
10:35 am
09/06/19

A celebration of black motherhood. (Washington Post)

Accepting your postpartum body and stopping negative self-talk. (The New York Times)

YouTube Kids launches online. (TechCrunch)

Sleepover kits for children are now a thing. (The New York Times)

Why folks are yearning for family reunions. (The Atlantic)

One day after another devastating mass shooting in Texas, the state loosens its gun laws. (Mother Jones)

Kara Swisher on having a baby at 56. (The Cut)

How to support boys who want to dance. (Lifehacker)

Talking about motherhood with 100 black women. (OZY)

Safeguarding children against cyber bullying. (The New York Times)

YouTube is fined $170M for collecting children’s data. (Yahoo)

When you hate playing with your own kids. (The Week)

How active shooter drills at school are affecting our children. (The New York Times)

Where are all the “fat” kids in back-to-school ads? (Fast Company)

How to prepare your kindergartener for a rushed school lunch. (Lifehacker)

Why are all the motherhood memoirs so white? (The Guardian)

How to bring your baby to a bar. (Eater)

Some women are hiring “clarity coaches” to help them decide if they should have children. (Yahoo)

Is it safe to let your kids drink coffee? (TIME)

Back-to-school advice for teens. (Lifehacker)

Ashley Graham shows off her baby bump on vacation. (People)

Serena Williams on being away from her baby. (Forbes)

How to get the most out of a parent-teacher conference. (Lifehacker)

Are today’s teens taking longer to grow up? (Washington Post)

Maggie Gyllenhaal on parenthood, sex scenes, and more. (The Times)

The 13 “tribes” of British baby names. (Yahoo UK)

Jennifer Garner on “chilling out” on motherhood and forming a sisterhood in Hollywood. (People)

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