Mom friends

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Megan posted this 26 August 2019

How the heck are you supposed to find mom friends when you work full time and try and enjoy some family time? I feel like I only see my coworkers and my husband/kids and I need to make some friends, but where/when do I meet these people?

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Sandy posted this 26 August 2019

Check if there's a local FB moms group and/or if there's the Nextdoor app in your area you can see if people want to chat/get together.

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Sarah posted this 04 September 2019

also, find your neighborhood community pages (search for your county) and they will usually have mom groups to sign up with. Or if you attend church, ask if they have any mom groups that meet at the church. Also a church thing... but you could join a women's community bible study and meet moms that way too. 

Madison posted this 04 September 2019

I know it can be hard when you're working to get out with baby and meet other moms. For me I found those facebook groups to be the best. I just posted the age of my little and what neighborhood I was in and asked if any moms wanted to meet up at a coffee/play place with the babes.

Gianna posted this 05 September 2019

I agree with giving Facebook groups a try! I've also met some great moms just by going to the park/indoor play places. 

nancy posted this 09 September 2019

Facebook is for sure the way to go. You can also get a feel for if it is a mom with the same parenting style as you. I battled the same problem with working full time then having to come home and do the supper and bath time and bed time routines then you play catch up on the weekends. 

Joanne posted this 23 September 2019

It is so hard!  I think making friends as an adult is so much harder then making friends as a child.  Have you tried joining any mom groups on Facebook or local library? 

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Marie posted this 23 September 2019

I am lucky in the sense where I became pregnant and 2 of my closest friends were all due within a 5 month period . But I will say I am on an online support group on Facebook for pregnancy after infertility and let me tell you some of the ladies I have met on there are incredible online friends. 

Sage posted this 24 September 2019

I wish I knew! I don't have friends at all, let alone mom friends, but it would be nice.

Sucre posted this 24 September 2019

Ahhh, that marked point in motherhood where you recognize the need for friends. I'm so devoted to my family, despite sometimes feeling grouchy and fatigued. I think calling my old co workers and just availing myself for a monthly/bi weekly dinner or coffee shop meet up goes a long way.

Karisa posted this 24 September 2019

I found a few social mom friends when my first child would be at daycare or when I'd go to parks with her. Often times would find myself conversing with other moms in these locations. Sometimes, I would find other moms also at work. I hope this helps!

Mallory posted this 25 September 2019

I love all these tips everyone posted, I'm going to try them out.  Meeting friends can be so hard.