This Coop are for children and families that don't necessarily fit the "typical" category. It's for children in all age ranges, with all types of abilities, disabilities, medical needs, etc. This coop is for playdates, babysitting,... More »
Meeting place for parents of children diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum to talk and share strategies, treatments, etc. Traditional (ABA-type) vs. alternative/biomedical therapies? What's working and what isn't working for your child?... More »
I am looking to meet other parents who are gay and I figured I would try here. I am a new mom and that alone is hard and being gay has its challenges as well, and I know I'm not the only one so we can help each other out. More »
The main character. She is a smart, optimistic, sarcastic, witty and realistic teenage girl. The whole series is seen through her point of view (excluding the episode "Ferguson Explains It All"). Despite her rationalism, she often... More »
Are you an employed, single parent and totally in love with your children? This group is for single moms who work hard and have no time to whine with life's limitless challenges. Have you gotten over the fact that you are not the... More »
This group is to create a meeting place where people who need help exchange services to receive help. No money passes hands. Examples would be childcare, handyman, errands, shopping, car pooling, pet sitting, gardening, crafts, cleaning,... More »
This group is for parents with special kids that have big hearts. Meaning they either have a heart disease or have a minor fluke that affected their heart. This is a group that you can come to express your feelings or ask your... More »
A group for those of us who are living with a chronic disabling disease, such as ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, PPS, etc. How can we make things easier for ourselves? How to get the care and help we need? Let's share ideas and give each... More »
Are you caring for a parent or loved one who lives in another town or across the country?
If so, you know the challenges and pressures of trying to make sure your loved ones have everything they need to live well.
Meet other... More »
At MOPS International you will find Real Mom Friends, Mothering Support, Parenting Help, Family & Marriage Support in Local Moms Groups. MOPS/Mothers of Preschoolers welcomes pregnant moms to be, new moms, SAHM stay-at-home moms, WAHM... More »
This is a national support group and discussion board for military families. Connect with other families, share advice, and form an online community of parents looking to serve the needs of their children while also serving their country. More »
Discussing the hardships, the blessings, the triumphs of raising triplets. In working with each other and asking questions, parents can know the ins and outs of what has worked in helping them get through the hardest parts of raising... More »
This is blog dedicated to helping the parents of Children with Congenital heart defects. As a parent of a child with a CHD I know personally that isolation and despair can set in at difficult times and the need to connect and talk... More »
A forum for parents with kids who have diabetes. A place to voice our concerns with leaving our children with anyone. Maybe exchange care with another diabetic family, or find solutions to some of the things we all struggle with. More »
I think it would be great for parents in Prince George's to get together -- online and, perhaps, in person -- to share ideas and information on parenting, family activities, events, schools, education...etc.! I'm new to the group... More »
We are a group of loving, caring families who seek to help one another with care for their little treasures so that parents can get a little time to themselves, whether it be for errands or a date night. More »
This group is for parents who are sandwiched between caring for their kids and their own aging parents! Modern families come in all shapes and sizes these days. Join our group and tell us about your family - the challenges you face... More »
This group is for parents of school-age children who are involved in fundraising - from raising money to writing grants - in their child's school, from nursery school to high school. We want to share tips on great events, great companies... More »
This group is a place to share stories, tips, resources, and advice for caregivers of aging loved ones. We discuss everything from practical matters, like hiring in-home assistance, to emotional challenges, such as helping a loved... More »
For parents of sport-loving kids looking for helpful tips and advice on encouraging children to be better teammates and athletes.
We'll also talk about the latest news, safety information, and more! More »
The purpose of this group is to help each other think of innovative ways to stay sane and take that mental break when needed... be it a vacation suggestion, quick get away, or ideas for "me time". Being a new working mom, I'm specifically... More »
This is a group for mommies who have twins. Having twins is different than having two kids. Twins learn to share everything since they were conceived. How much individuality do we need to encourage? How do we handle them when they... More »
Are you a working mom? Are you looking for support in managing the daily shuffle?
This group is all about supporting fellow working moms--new tips, helpful advice, a place to ask questions, or even a shoulder to lean on. More »
Is for young moms of all ethnicities...particularly young moms of color between the ages of 16-27 looking for support and comfort through finding they're sense of belonging with a network of other young women. More »
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