The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
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LinkedIn is adding a “stay-at-home-mom” and other caretaker titles to its job descriptions. (Fortune)

After a vicious anti-Asian hate crime on her mother, a daughter speaks out. (GoFundMe)

Regina King directs Viola Davis, her husband, and 10-year-old daughter in a powerful photo essay and cover story for W magazine. (W)

Meanwhile, Kirsten Dunst reveals she’s pregnant with her second, also on the cover of W. (W)

How to spot depression in young children. (The New York Times)

Trans kids speak out on the Republican bills targeting them. (The Guardian)

What people think trans issues are, and what trans issues really are. (PinkNews)

New info about getting vaccinated while pregnant or breastfeeding. (The Atlantic)

Cassie had her second daughter, Sunny Cinco. (Instagram)

A Captain Underpants book has been pulled off shelves due to anti-Asian racism. (Next Shark)

Nickelodeon pulled a pandemic-themed episode of SpongeBob SquarePants that references “Clam Flu.” (CNN)

An important new app aimed at protecting Black drivers, built by a mom of a teen. (GMA)

It’s World Autism Month! Follow @autismspeaks for ways to mark it. (Autism Speaks)

A cute Earth Month checklist to share with your family. (Good Eggs)

A Kids Book About just launched a line of toddler-appropriate board books, with topics ranging from Activism to Bravery. (A Kids Book About)

Save the date! The award-winning documentary Our Mothers’ Gardens will be released on Netflix on May 6. (Essence)

Dolly Parton reveals she would have “given up everything” to be a mother. (Southern Living)

Germany banned surgery on intersex babies, but advocates fear loopholes. (Reuters)

The erasure of Native American health data—including high rates of maternal and infant mortality. (Fresno Bee)

How to lower your child’s risk for addiction. (The New York Times)

Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson welcomed a second child, a boy named Abe Phineas. (Instagram)

Inside Emma Stone’s first couple weeks with her baby girl. (E!)

Hilary Duff had her third child, a daughter named Mae James. (Instagram)

How to help your kid transition to in-person school. (The Atlantic)

So far, the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has proven 100% effect on youth aged 12-15. (CNN)

Jodie Turner-Smith on style, motherhood, and more. (Matches)

MOTHER fave Alan Holt interviewed fantastic mother-daughter team Keri and Yara Shahidi. (Instagram)

Tamron Hall on feeling guilty for being able to afford IVF. (Atlanta Black Star)

Storq’s got a new leopard-print maternity line. (Storq)

Latham Thomas on being guided by her mother and Harriett Tubman. (Well + Good)

The U.S. hunger crisis persists, especially for kids and older adults. (AP)

The son of Cesar Chavez reflects on his father’s legacy. (ABC)

Indigenous motherhood is…. (AMR Podcast, Spotify)

The complications of family travel in 2021. (The New York Times)

Join Target’s Car Seat Trade-In event from April 5 through April 17. (Target)

Becoming a mother while being estranged from your own. (Elle)

Ellie Goulding on why she waited 30 weeks to announce her pregnancy. (ET)

Soccer star Alex Morgan on he postpartum journey. (InStyle)

Danielle Brooks on experiencing postpartum depression. (People)

The “boarding school boom” due to COVID. (The New York Times)

Chrissy Teigen and her kids are on the cover of People‘s Beautiful Issue. (People)


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