At a mothers group, you will meet an amazing group of mothers who have been in the same shoes as you. Having a support system is very important during your time as a new parent, and it doesn’t matter if they’ve had a baby 4 weeks ago or 10 years ago, having a safe space to connect with other parents or mums is important.

A mothers group also has a social aspect to it. The social aspect brings the group together and helps to build relationships. It’s a chance for you to be around other mother’s and talk about different aspects of parenthood such as expressing birth stories, breastfeeding, etc. Sometimes talking to your partner about these things can be hard so it’s nice to vent and chat with others who are going through the same thing as you.

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What are the benefits of a mother’s group?

  • How it allows you to connect with other parents
  • It’s an opportunity to take care of yourself
  • Improve your mood and sleep
  • Fill in the gaps you might be experiencing at home
  • Create your own support system to talk about all things post birth of your child

To help you get the most out of your group, try to do the following: Find a group with similar parenting philosophies to yours. If you’re not sure what this means, try visiting some of the groups in your area. Some groups may be very structured, while others are more relaxed. Ask yourself which kind suits your style best.

Join a group that is convenient for you. Some groups meet once a week, but others meet only once every few weeks. Find out how often they meet before committing to join. If there are no groups that meet at times that are convenient for you, consider starting one of your own.

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Find out what type of activities the group does together. Activities can be as simple as talking over coffee or as involved as going on field trips outside the home. If there are no activities that interest you, look for another mothers group or start one for yourself.


Additional Resources 

Playgroup Australia

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