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A Social Network for Moms

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Moms.com. The opinions and text are all mine.

I was introduced to the world of mommy blogs through an online moms community (that no longer exists). I was a first-time mom who had just moved to Massachusetts, and I didn’t know very many local moms yet. I loved meeting a community of other women who I could learn from and laugh with! An online friend there had a blog (which is now a private blog), and that opened up this entire world!

I was recently introduced to Moms.com – a social network exclusively for woman, and one that is focusing on connecting all women at all stages of motherhood, without focusing on labels. I love that! Users can connect to share advice and share mommy moments – like the one I posted above!

So far, I’m impressed with the positivity on the site. I love seeing moms supporting one another, and I’m thrilled to see a site that is working to promote that! I’m a big believer in the value of positive thinking, and I find that surrounding myself with positive, non-judgmental people helps me to be positive myself. I also find that I learn a lot from moms who are in a different stages of life from mine. Mothers with older children have valuable insights that they have learned through years of experience. Brand-new mothers often know the most about up-to-date research on safety and child development. Mothers with many children help me learn how to juggle the needs of four young children, and I have gotten some of the best play date advice from mothers of only children!

If I can teach my children one thing, I want to teach them to be kind. I’m happy to find a community of mothers who are being kind!

There are many, many things that I adore about being a mother, but there is something incredibly special about holding a sleeping baby. So much love, and so much trust!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Moms.com. The opinions and text are all mine.

MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

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