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  1. I absolutely love this! I know I struggled with making mom friends when I became a first time mom so this was very helpful! Thanks for sharing!

  2. This is great advice! It’s so important to have friends who can understand what you’re going through when you become a new mom. It’s a whole new world and having people you relate to make the transition easier!

  3. My firstborn was a preemie, born with disabilities and I had him at the age of 33. All this meant that I had no connection in common with my friends at the time. It was a very lonely time for me and being an introvert, it has taken time for me to put myself out there and find a new crowd of friends. Great advice!

  4. I really love your post. I’m an introverted mom in a new country and I feel so lonely. Thank you for the useful tips, I’ll try to pay more attention to a local library.

  5. So many great tips for mamas! We’re all in the same boat looking for the same things. This was a good reminder as well as so many great resources to find your people. Thank you!

  6. This is a great post, and it tackles a really central concern for a lot of us after the pandemic! I’ve had luck with both BumbleBFF and Meetup, but it can take a few tries to meet your people 🙂

    Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thank you for sharing these tips. I have had days were I feel so lonely. I agree that the playground and library are great for socialising with other mums. I also recommend the peanut app, I have met some lovely mums through there.

  7. Great advice and encouraging to finding groups to be a part of. The library is a great idea and being a part of a church family is wonderful. Thank you for sharing this. ?

    Pastor Natalie (ExamineThisMoment)

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