HAD children?

United States
October 4, 2008 8:11pm CST
I thought this page was going to be people who have lost children and it seemed a bit insensitive to word it that way but I checked it out and was happily wrong. Do any of you belong to mommy groups or do you just hang out with friends and family that have kids? Is it better to belong to a group or does it just get click-y and judgemental?
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4 responses
@roniroxas (10576)
• Philippines
5 Oct 08
i am a single mom of four children and i dont have that time to join a group and hang out with them. but if you will ask an advice about childcare i will help you and answer all the questions if i can. i am wwilling to share all the things i know and experienced. people can really be judgemental but there is nothing we can do about people who are like that. welcome to mylot hope you like it here like most of us do.
• United States
5 Oct 08
thanks for the response!
@sray81 (50)
• United States
5 Oct 08
i did when i lived in maryland and it was nice for my little girl to get to know other kids her age since when had no family there and she is an only child she really enjoyed it we would me at parks or take trips to learn about things like the local police station. very cool
• United States
5 Oct 08
I live in Maryland! Cool maybe you can tell me the fun kid stuff around here. Thanks for the response!
• United States
5 Oct 08
No I've never joined a mommy group. I just spend time with my sisters and my friends that have kids. I have no reason to go start a group to have someone to talk to. I have plenty of people in my family for that. Its me and my five sisters. Happy Mylotting!!!!
• United States
5 Oct 08
Thanks for the response!
@maximax8 (27048)
8 Oct 08
I think that 'had children' should be called 'have children'. I notice that there are some funny sounding My Lot topics like 'my lots'. 'My Lot' is already one of my favorite topics. I have one son aged thirteen years and another son aged 16 months. So I have a large gap between my two children. My older son is in Year 9 at secondary school. He is good at History, Maths, Science and Art. My younger son has spina bifida and so he goes to a playgroup for special needs children. He loves playing with balls, rolling, bouncing and banging them together.