In a Bayesian graphical model, suppose that we have a random variable $B$ whose parent is the random variable $A$. So there is an arrow from $A$ to $B$, and this means that the joint distribution is mechanistically factored as: $\Pr(A,B) = \Pr(A) \Pr(B|A)$. In particular, the probability of any realization $B=b$ is specified by single realizations of $A$, e.g. $\Pr(B=b | A=a)$.
I'd like to know how to graphically represent a situation where $B$ depends not just on a realization of $A$ but also on the expectation value of $A$. So I want something like $\Pr(B=b | A=a, \langle A\rangle)$. An example might be that $B$ is normally distributed given $A=a$ with the mean $\mu = \langle A\rangle - a$. As far as I can tell, there isn't a simple way to graphically represent this sort of dependence.
One route would be to introduce another random variable $C$ which is a distribution over distributions of $A$. But since I my interest is alwys with a single joint distribution $\Pr(A,B)$ it seems silly to introduce some peaked distribution over distributions. Even then, I don't know how I'd then show the dependence on a particular realization of $A$.
So what is a clear and useful way to represent a distributional dependency in a directed graphical model?