Randi Olin is a writer, mother, and co-founder and executive editor at Motherwell. Her work has appeared in Motherwell, The Washington Post, Modern Loss, Brain, Child Magazine among other publications. She lives in CT with her husband, two teens and her quirky Chocolate Lab Tobey.

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Some selected publications:

I go to all of my son’s games (Motherwell)

Why Elementary School Kids Shouldn’t Be Labelled As Gifted  (Brain, Child Magazine)

What I Learned From Florida Dinner Theater With My Grandparents (Brain, Child Magazine)

Go Blue! (Brain, Child Magazine)

Play With Me (Brain, Child Magazine)

A Child’s Grief (Brain, Child Magazine)

How Am I Feeling? (Brain, Child Magazine)

A Letter To My First Child (Brain, Child Magazine)

Sweet Child Of Mine (Brain, Child Magazine)

The Baseball Games I Never Thought I’d Miss (Brain, Child Magazine)

Sew The Labels (Brain, Child Magazine)

The Post Game Report (Brain, Child Magazine)

The Inevitability of Growing Up and Moving Out (The Washington Post)

Why I Won’t Be GPS Tracking My College Freshman (The Washington Post)

Back in the Saddle Again (Modern Loss)

When Tragedy Strikes (Role Reboot)

My Teenage Daughter Borrows My Clothes (Scary Mommy)

My Son’s Concussion, My Mommy Fail (Kveller)

Texting My Daughter Through The Dressing Room Door (NY Metro Parents)

Visiting My Son At Sleepaway Camp (NY Metro Parents)


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