Love letters to the people in our lives who mother us
My Nanny Showed Me How To Be A Mother
All these years later, I’m so grateful that Eppie taught me how to love.
Raising Us Maybe Wrecked Her Career, But My Mom Is Thriving In Her Second Act
Ever since we left home, she's soared
A Kind Friend Showed Me That Nurturing Isn't Only For Mothers
I spent my 30's being mothered by generous women who were single like me.
Longing To Be Mothered In A New Country
Who does the immigrant mother go to for comfort, with her own mom so far away?
My Therapist Mothers Me Like No One Else Can
I adore my children, my husband, my family of origin, my friends. But this work, and the woman who does it with me, is in many ways my life’s great love.
My Best Mom Friend Is A Dad
I joke sometimes that R is my best mom friend, except, honestly, I mean it.
My Mom Friends Saved Me From The Hole Of Postpartum Despair
Having babies at the same time fast-tracked us from acquaintances to close friends
An Ode To The Mom Friends Who Aren't Moms
I know I wouldn’t be the mom I am today without my friendship with these women.
That Time I Met A Boy — And Became Best Friends With His Mother
Jonathan told me I reminded him of his mother. Turns out, she and I were meant to be — we’ve been friends ever since.
I Was Told There'd Be Mom Friends
I really, really wanted to make some new friends.
To The Mom Friends I Can Cry With After Bedtime
From a distance of six feet, with masks on, outside
Let Us Now Praise Disembodied Mom Friends
An ode to the pandemic-era group chat