10 Great Sites for Chatting with Other Moms in 2019

Meet and connect with other moms online

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While it’s reassuring to get advice from pregnancy and childcare experts, sometimes you just want to get the opinion of other women who have experienced parenting. There is no shortage of places to do so online; you can connect with other moms through mom-specific chat rooms, community forums, Facebook groups, and Twitter parties. Below are a few of the best ones to check out.

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Community Forums for Moms

BabyCenter website

The benefit of a community forum is that it's structured and searchable with social media algorithms, so you don't have to worry about missing content. Popular forums include:

  • Babycenter: Within this site are thousands of groups about pregnancy, babies, and raising children. Forum features are also available on their mobile apps.
  • The Bump: This forum connects you with other women to discuss pregnancy, babies, and toddlers up to 24 months old. It features message boards based on location, so you can turn virtual conversations into in-person meetups.
  • BabyBumps: This Reddit forum has attracted thousands of users. It's meant for pregnant women but is a great place for all mothers and mothers-to-be to discuss anything on their mind.

Facebook and Twitter

The Fussy Baby Facebook page

Facebook has become a major platform for discussion groups on an almost endless variety of topics, including parenting. Groups can be open, allowing anyone to join, or closed, requiring the moderator to approve membership. Closed groups will state as much and allow you to request to join.

  • Fussy Baby Site Support Group: This group includes more than 10,000 members and is a great resource for moms dealing with fussy babies.
  • Make It Tips for Special Needs: With more than 6,000 members, this group is a terrific place to connect with other moms who have children with special needs.
  • Babywearing 102: A popular group with tens of thousands of members and a focus on "a place to celebrate and learn about babywearing."

You can search for additional Facebook groups targeted to moms by entering a search term (such as "kids with food allergies") the search bar.

Twitter is another resource for connecting with other moms to share experiences. Some Twitter users even host scheduled chats, known as Twitter parties, that enable you to participate in a live conversation.

  • @Resourceful Mom: Join other moms in the Twitterverse by following Amy Lupold Blair's advice on parenting and participating in regularly scheduled chats on a variety of parenting topics.
  • @Traveling Moms: Going on the road? Get advice on traveling with kids, and meet other moms by joining the weekly Twitter party every Monday at 9-10 PM ET.

Find other chatting avenues for moms through Twitter by searching through Twitter's massive collection of ​hashtags and user accounts.

Mom Chat Rooms

Enjoy real-time conversations with moms around the world through an online chat room. You can try to find other moms through ​any chat room but it's easier if you look for those meant for mothers:

Young Mommies Homesite web page
  • The Young Mommies Homesite: Young moms looking for guidance or just someone who has been through similar struggles will find this chat room helpful.
  • Chat Hour (Stay at Home Moms): Although this room is often empty, it's worth keeping open to check for members if you're a mom who works from home.