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I’m truly honored and humbled to share that I’m up on Brain, Child’s site today. I’ve long admired Brain, Child Magazine because, quite simply, it features consistently quality content about all aspects of motherhood. Their contributing writers are some of my most profound writer crushes—the ones I’d “follow” anywhere.

I’m awed and grateful Brain, Child has chosen to run one of my pieces on their blog. “Now I Mother From a Distance” is near and dear to my heart, especially lately—as it depicts the poignant ambivalence of bidding farewell to the comfort and simplicity of those early months of motherhood, facing the complex uncertainty of what’s to come, and, despite distance, growing, and going forward, together.

You can read the full piece here:  Now I Mother From a Distance.

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8 thoughts on “Now I Mother From a Distance

  1. Nina Badzin says:

    Oh yay!! Congrats! Heading over! (They take a while to moderate comments there . . . just so you know!)

    1. Thanks so much for the support, the protip, and the sole comment on the post! 😉 xoxo

  2. Bravo! clicking over to read now …

  3. Amy says:

    Incredible. It brought me sniffles as I finally read what I’ve been feeling lately with my babies growing up and have just recently stopped nursing. It’s a really difficult process to realize that your babies, whom you’ve invested so much energy and love into need you a little less after these transitions.

    Thank you for your words.

  4. omnimom says:

    Hoorah! It’s up! Can’t wait to read this.

  5. rudrip says:

    Congrats, Dina. Heading over there!

  6. A heartfelt thank you to all of you for the kind words & support!

  7. Lara says:

    Congrats! I adore Brain, Child. The piece is so very poignant and universal and spoke to my mushy mommy heart. Well done, you.

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