making mom friends

So, two weeks ago I lost a dear family member and I’m really too laid out to address it.  As I wade through my grief and examine the life of the dear one I have lost I am helped greatly by my family and friends.  A good friend can get you out of your ditch, or hold your hand while he lay face down in the ditch until you are able to get yourself up.  When Rex started kindergarten I told Mark he was nervous.

“Why?” Mark asked

” He is afraid he won’t have any friends.”  I loved Mark’s candid response.  “I’m still afraid of that.”

So, I went into my archives where I talked about making mom friends.  It still holds up today.

4 thoughts on “making mom friends

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  2. Making mom friends is always so tough — and I’m also sorry about your loss 🙁 I have found that going online is sometimes the best way to connect with other moms, and now there are apps coming out that even show you the moms that are near you geographically so you can actually meet up if you want. I just downloaded the free Preggie app for just this reason and it is a fun way to find other moms. (http://preggieapp.com)

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