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Best Mom’s Groups

May 8, 2011 5:49 PM

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Any Moms out there looking for a place to hang with other Moms? It’s important to be understood. Only another Mom understands what it’s like from day to day. The frustrations, the joys, the annoyances and the moments of surprise. It’s all a part of being a mother. Check out some of Charlotte’s best groups for Moms, where Moms can get together and get away for awhile.

Charlotte Mommies

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Charlotte Mommies

Charlotte Mommies is a free online community of mommies who get together every now and then to support one another and share similar experiences. With over 3000 members, Charlotte Mommies offers plenty of opportunities to meet other moms and make lifelong friendships. You can chat online about any topic from diaper rash to best photographers or you can meet face-to-face in any number of events around town. The online forums are available 24 hours a day for mom who wish to talk during those 4am feeding sessions. Charlotte Mommies represent Moms of all types, from single moms to adoptive mom, from moms of twins to first-time mom, you’re sure to find the support you’re looking for. The community also benefits from Charlotte Mommies who holds organized fundraisers and charity events to support those with a focus on mothers and their kids.

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Mocha Moms

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Charlotte Mocha Moms

Charlotte Mocha Moms is a support group for moms of color who do not work full-time outside of the house. We all know that being a mother is a full-time job in itself. Charlotte Mocha Moms understands that each family is different, so whether you work part-time, night shifts, freelance or not at all they are here to support you. This is an encouraging group of women who strive for positive personal growth and a balanced life. The non-judgemental environment of Mocha Moms appreciates you as a mother and the decisions you make for your family. If you’re a mother of color looking for a network of empathetic and supportive moms, check out the local chapter of Charlotte Mocha Moms.

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mothers of multiples

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Charlotte Mothers of Multiples

Whether you need support for new mothers, or postpartum depression, or special needs children, Charlotte Mothers of Multiples has what you’re looking for. Multiple births are more and more common. Being a twin myself, I know my mother would have loved a support group like this. Charlotte MOMs provides friendships, encouragement, equipment exchanges, educational opportunities and a network of support. CMOMS offers online support groups, monthly “in-person” meetings and family socials several times a year including a family picnic in October and a holiday party in December.

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