This last year, I have spent working at home. Working at home means my co-workers are all virtual as well meaning the only real social time I get during the day is with my toddlers. If you are at home with your toddlers alone, any significant amount of time and try to socialize with them, you totally know where I am going with this. ADULT INTERACTION NEEDED.
Several years ago after having my first 2 kids, I did what I said I would never do. I joined a mom’s group. For some reason, the connotation of joining a mom’s group immediately placed the mom label on me, and in my mid-20′s I just didn’t want that. I joined anyways, and am so glad I did.
If you have been contemplating joining a mom’s group – maybe these reasons will help spur you in the direction of mom grouper!
Check out 5 Reasons to Join a Playgroup after the jump!
Working Moms: There are more and more working outside of the home moms now that just can’t do daytime playdates. Check around for an evening or weekend playgroup. Can’t find one? Start one! There are working moms who need this!!
Check out – Where to Find a Mom’s Group
Are You Apart of a Playgroup?
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