Nashville Mom Groups: Find Mommy Friends in Nashville, TN
Find Mommy Friends in Nashville
You just scraped play-doh off your carpet, found a fish stick in your couch, and are waiting for your 2 year old's meltdown over nap time to end. Ah, the joys of motherhood. It's full of ups and downs, stressful moments, and of course happy times. Mental health experts agree that support from friends can help make life a little easier.
Finding support from other moms can definitely make a difference in motherhood. However sometimes it can be challenging to make new friends, especially if you are a stay-at-home mom. If you are new to the Nashville area (or even if you aren't) here are a few Mom's groups to consider.
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One fantastic resource for moms in the Nashville area is MOPS. It stands for "Mothers of Preschoolers." If you have children ages 5 and under, this is a great program to join. There are currently three MOPS groups meeting in Nashville, and one in Old Hickory and one in Hendersonville. At MOPS meetings you will have time to socialize, listen to a guest speaker, and much more. To find the group closest to you visit the MOPS website here.
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Local Nashville Playgroups
Nashville has several local playgroups, which are a great way for you and your kids to socialize. You can find several playgroups, and groups for moms on the website www.meetup.com.
La Leche League
If you are breastfeeding, are pregnant, or are planning to become pregnant soon, a La Leche League might be for you. It is a group of breastfeeding mothers who offer advice,support and breastfeeding help. Visit the La Leche League website here to find a group near you in Nashville.
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Mocha Moms is a wonderful mom's group that is primarily for women of color. However, they do not discriminate. They have meetings, playgroups, community projects, and more. To learn more about Mocha Moms, visit the website here.
Ladies Bible Studies
Another great way to make friends with other moms is through a Ladies Bible Study. There are several churches in the Nashville area (such as West End Church of Christ) that have ladies Bible study with childcare provided.
This is primarily online groups, but they can still provide support. You also might hear about local resources in the Nashville area for more. You might join the group "Middle Tennessee Moms." To find and join a Cafemom group, visit www.cafemom.com.
These are seven resources for moms in the Nashville area. If you are a single mom in Nashville, please check out "How to Find Support as a Single Mom." For playdate ideas, please be sure to read "Indoor Play Date Ideas for 5 and 6 Year Old Boys." Happy Parenting!
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