I Joined A MOMS Club And Here’s What Happened

Hello, anxiety.

Yeah, even when you’re almost 29 years old, those thoughts don’t go away.

I went to my first MOMS event with high hopes of being shooed away because I formula-feed and let my kids watch PAW Patrol; but it turns out, they were really just an awesome group of women that had one agenda in mind: to support each-other.

MOMS Club stands for Moms Offering Moms Support.

And that’s exactly what they did. Every mom that I met was so welcoming and friendly, I knew that I had to join.

I found my people.

Being a stay-at-home is taxing and for most of us, it can be lonely. We need that support. We need that outlet. We need that social interaction– just like our children do!

I love my MOMS Club and I’m as real as I can be when I say that I don’t know what I would do without the support from them; from the daily events to helping bring food to those in need, this group has taught me so much about being a better person and giving back to the community.

If you’re like me and your wading in the waters of wondering what it would be like to try something new– just do it– because your only regret will be that you should’ve done it sooner.


MOMS Club stands for MOMS Offering Moms Support. For more information, or to find a chapter near you, visit momsclub.org.

Laura Bower
Laura Bowerhttp://excuse-the-mess.com
When she’s not chasing after her two tiny humans, Laura blogs about postpartum depression and struggles with motherhood over on her site, excuse-the-mess.com.

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