The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
9:00 am
10/21/22

Till (2022)

The reviews are in for Till—a heart-wrenching portrait of Emmett Till and his mother. (NPR, Yahoo, Yahoo)

Why we long for the most difficult days of parenthood. (The Atlantic)

An artist mom invites us into her colorful home, and discusses raising a daughter with Cystic fibrosis. (MOTHER)

Remote work likely contributed to a mini-baby boom in the U.S. in 2021. (Axios)

American teens are the fastest growing group to die from fentanyl overdoses. (BBC)

How social media has made teen friendships more stressful. (Time)

There’s a growing demand for children’s books that address traumatic events such as school shootings. (U.S. News & World Report)

An argument for intensive parenting. (The Atlantic)

Choosing football over teen motherhood in Brazil. (WSJ)

A race to save women and babies in flood-hit Pakistan. (Vogue)

Poignant words on motherhood and divorce. (The Atlantic)

Nicki Minaj on the magic of motherhood. (Interview)

Open-ended toys inspired by modern art. (MOTHER)

Matching Eric Carle x Bombas socks for the whole family. (Bombas)

For all the wagon-lovers: the Veer XL is here and fits up to 4 kids! (Veer)

Piccolina’s inspiring Trailblazer tees for kids are on super-sale. (Piccolina)

40+ Halloween PJs for kids. (MOTHER)

Congrats—You’re Having a Teen! An optimistic new book to guide parents through the teen years. (Amazon, Washington Post)

A small study out of Ireland finds almost half of teens have been sent unwanted sexual photos online. (Yahoo)

Two books tackling complicated mother-daughter relationships. (The Atlantic)

Schools in Texas are sending home DNA kits to parents to identify their kids’ bodies “in case of an emergency.” (NBC News)

Parents of Parkland victims react to the shooter’s life sentence. (ABC, CNN)

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