The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
12:16 pm
04/03/20

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The only bedtime story you should be reading (to yourself) right now: Stay the Fuck at Home, read here by Samuel L. Jackson. (YouTube)

When mom and dad have COVID-19. (The Atlantic)

Once reserved for weekends, screen-time days are now everyday. (Bloomberg)

Eniko Heart is pregnant with her second child. (Today)

So is Leighton Meester. (People)

Drake gives us a first look at his baby boy, Adonis. (Instagram, Billboard)

Rihanna on wanting “3 or 4” babies and saying “hell yeah” to being a single mom. (Yahoo!)

How to not tank your relationship during quarantine. (The Atlantic)

Family planning during a pandemic. (CNN)

How to cut your kid’s hair at home. (MOTHER)

Preschool courtesy of Zoom. (Business Insider)

Simple face masks made by two women-owned companies we love. (Taylor Jay, Beloved)

New show Little Fires Everywhere aims to spark conversations about motherhood, race, and privilege. (Vulture)

How COVID-19 is threatening abortion access across the U.S. (Vice)

All about the new coronavirus paid leave law and who is exempt from it. (The New York Times)

Andy Cohen on reuniting with his son after recovering from COVID-19. (People)

Have you read your April 2020 horoscope yet? (MOTHER)

Dolly Parton is getting into the children’s storytime game with the new Goodnight with Dolly show. (Imagination Library)

13 life skills to teach teens while they’re at home. (Today)

Don’t be surprised if coronavirus shows up in your children’s imaginary play. (The Atlantic)

What you need to know about pregnancy during a pandemic. (MOTHER)

25 years after her death, Selena Quintanilla’s father is writing a new book about her life. (Showbiz Cheatsheet)

Joe Zee and husband Rob Younkers are expecting their first child, a girl. (Page Six)

Drive-by baby showers might become a thing. (Newsweek)

Helping teens deal in these challenging times. (Thrive Global)

Parents are struggling to take care of kids with special needs due to school closures. (The New York Times)

Julian Lennon on his strained relationship with his father, John Lennon. (Carroll Times Herald)

What the au pair industry looks like in a pandemic. (The New York Times)

Dancing with the Stars‘ Karina Smirnoff welcomed her first child, a son. (People)

Jordana Brewster on why surrogacy was right for her. (People)

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