Moms Survival Guide

 

Metro East Moms

http://metroeastmoms.homestead.com/

Moms Need Playgroups Too! Want to connect with other moms? Having a new baby? Looking for fun, kid-friendly activities in your area? Do you want to get involved in community outreach to help support moms, children and families? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then the Metro East Chapter of Mothers & More is the “mom’s group” for you! You are welcome to attend two activities before joining our chapter. So, come join the fun! 




Metro East Mothers of Multiples

http://www.memom.org/

“Friendship, support, and encouragement.” This is what MMOM stands for, and we want you to be a part of it! This local club, “The Metro East Mothers of Multiples” is a non-profit educational support group whose purpose is to exchange information with, encourage, and offer support to mothers of multiple birth children. It is our belief that there is no better resource than someone who’s been through the same challenges. We have been through them at various degrees. We invite you to come to one of our meetings and decide for yourself! We meet on a monthly basis. All mothers or expectant mothers are welcome!




Mommies of St. Clair

http://www.meetup.com/mommiesofstclair/

Are you living in the Metro East and looking for friends for yourself and your children? Look no further! We are a group of moms that get together with and without our children to have fun! Most of our activities are in St. Clair County, but we do venture out to St. Louis and the surrounding cities as well. We have moms of all ages and the children currently range in age from newborns on up. We get together for playdates, park days, pool days, events in the area, ladies nights out, family days, and even couples nights.




MOPS – Mothers of Preschoolers

http://www.mops.org

MOPS is a grassroots movement that believes moms are world influencers.
We also believe that incubating hearts and giving just-because-hugs can change the course of history. That’s why we connect moms all over the world to a community of women, in their own neighborhoods, who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood. MOPS groups are rallying women to be more honest, to feel more equipped and to find our identity by journeying along side one another. MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, and by preschoolers we mean kiddos from birth through kindergarten. We know it’s a little confusing so let’s just stick with “MOPS.” We are moms, and we believe that better moms make a better world.