Motherwell is a digital publication that tells all sides of the parenting story. We believe that modern parenting is a complicated entity and, as such, every single mom and dad out there has a unique voice that can contribute to our understanding of it. This means we feel strongly about showcasing a full spectrum of parenting experiences, but also that we do not shy away from conflicting perspectives. Quite the opposite, we want Motherwell to be a home of civilized debate on the topics that matter most—because we know parenting is important work and each family does it differently. You will find multiple avenues on our site to engage with the issues of the day and we ask that you do it with respect, so that we can learn from each other and participate, collectively, in new ways of thinking about how to raise our children.
The idea of a well conjures up images of community, of depth, of the essential nature of water. Motherwell is exactly this: a place for parents to gather, to think deeply and, hopefully, it is a community that you will keep coming back to, over and over again, for sustenance.
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Our timeline so far:
May 23, 2016 Motherwell was launched.
April 4, 2017 Motherwell was named an official 2017 Honoree of The Webby Awards, in the category of best family/parenting website.
April 24, 2017 Jenn O’Connor’s essay My foster child is gone am I still a mother? was chosen as a BlogHer Voice of the Year honoree.