Category: Parent & Child Groups / Support Groups

From the Payground to the Playground

I struggled with working mommy angst for my oldest child’s first three years of life. The day I quit my job, I very literally jumped for joy walking through the...

YMCA Adventure Guides and Princesses

Sponsored by the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina; written by Andrew Plyler, Director of Adventure Guides YMCA Adventure Guides and Princesses is all about “fostering...

Triad Area Playgroups: Babyhood and Beyond!

By Sarah Scott, author of The Great Scott Blog  We (at Triad Moms on Main) often get asked if we organize public play groups, or if we can recommend such groups. Since...

Get Ready to March for Babies!

By Wendy Hobbs Have you ever put much thought into charities? More specifically why do the people speak up and support these charities with their time and financial...

An Unexpected Turn

By Rachel Hoeing and  Monica McGuire I honestly believe that some people are put on this earth to inspire and help others. After hearing Monica’s story and the...

PJs for A Cure: Extra Sweet Dreams

By Amy Takacs Not only is this a fabulous gift idea for girls, boys, and ladies, but you will be donating to a terrific cause. Keep reading for all the info on how to...

March of Dimes: It Touches Us All

By Jamie Southern If you have children, then your life has been touched by the March of Dimes. The March of Dimes is all about babies – those born healthy and those...

MOPS: Because Mothering Matters

By Heather B It’s early on Wednesday morning, and I’m jostled from sleep by the persistent thump-thumping of a stuffed Curious George doll dancing across my...

Got Multiples?

By Jennifer Isaman, TCMOM’s President I will never forget the day my husband, my daughter and I went for an ultrasound to find out if we were having a boy or a...

Why I Got Involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters

By Anitra Mitchell I asked Anitra to write this blog about her experiences with Big Brothers/Big Sisters after Rachel H and I were invited to a BB/BS luncheon. I knew...