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My BFF moved right after graduation and it was really hard. we deffinately don't keep in touch very well but she came to my shower and i met up with her in dh's hometown the day after (that's where her family moved to) and it wasn't really ackward at all...which was a huge releif to me. We can still sit and say nothing but we don't feel like we have to make small talk.
right now if i had to move....well....quite honestly i couldn't. We've talked about it before, i acctually brought it up and then i started bawling saying i can't leave my brother and sister and my gramma. I do love the rest of myfamily but i feel like they need me. Maybe i just need them idk. But since my brother died i am a lotcloser to everyone. idk if i could handle being far from my parents too. Since i got pregnant i've gotten even closer to them. and i don't care to be anycloser to dh's family either.
I haven't really moved away. I went off to college but that was only an hour and a half away from where I grew up and now I am back to that area. I have had a ton of friends move away. It is really hard to stay close and keep in contact. It takes both people to really work at it too. In most cases I haven't stayed very close to those friends who have moved away and some I have lost touch with. I see a lot of them over the holidays though when they come home to visit family.
I did this a few years back - moved away, that is. We hung on for quite a while with blogs, email, and phone calls... As time passed, though, and we had less and less in common, we've been drifting apart. I still keep in touch with a few old friends though.
I moved after my freshman year of high school. I have 3 friends I keep in really good touch with back where I used to live. And there a lot I see from time to time when visiting as well. I only have one friend around here that I went to high school with that I talk to on a normal basis. I keep in contact with a lot of my friends from college, not so much the guys but a lot of my girlfriends. It is a bit more challenging since I have a baby and my life is completely different. A few just don't understand we definately aren't as close, but others are so supportive.
With things like facebook and myspace I think it is a lot easier to stay connected.