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The Importance of Friendships while surviving Motherhood

  • Broadcast in Self Help
Donna Schmid

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Please join two crazy moms as we navigate parenting through different stages of motherhood. With one of us parenting a tween and two toddlers, while the other is parenting adults and enjoying a new empty nest. We will be tackiling everything from babies to adults and all the crazy in between. Let us share tips, tricks and advice on what has worked and what we are currently trying, to get through this crazy life as mommies with our sanity in tact. 

How do you balance family and work? 

How do you keep some sort of social life?

Do you feel alone?

Mommies need quiet time!

Have you traded slacks for yoga pants and heels for Uggs?

Are you sick of hearing the word MOM?

Come, welcome to your safe zone. You are amongst friends and fellow crazy mommies here.

Please join us this Tuesday evening as we talk about the huge importance of having friends(girlfriends). Every mama needs that handful of ladies she can call in jiffy to talk to, cry to, get quick advice from, a much needed pep talk, a pat on the back, or the last ingredient to that recipe you both love. Your best girlfriends are your friends, your sisters, your therapists, your sounding boards, your sources of the best advice, your biggest advocate (next to your spouse), your cheerleaders, your confirmation of not being crazy and your greatest sources of laughter and validation. Now, we love our children and spouses more than anything in the world, but we also need, as mama's, to also remember we are also just girls. Having a little girl time every once in a while, child and hubby free is much needed. You can have a funfilled Girls Night Out or you can have a cozy relaxing Mama's Night In....both equally enjoyable and just what the doctor ordered for mama's sanity;)