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July 1st, 2014, 12:14 PM
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I haven't reached that point yet, but I am the only one of my friends remotely close to starting a family. Most of my ladies are still single/dating etc. Anyone else in a similar situation?

I'm expecting my social circle to just drop away. In fact, a friend has already told me that things will feel very different for her in terms of our friendship whenever I have a child.


How did this go over social for you? Did you find other mommies to connect to? How did that work out if all you had in common was that you had children?
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July 15th, 2014, 11:56 AM
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I felt this way. I got married at 21 and had my first baby at 22. My friends were all single at the time and just couldn't be the support I wanted, not to mention I wasn't into the same things they were anymore. My life was about my family and they didn't reach that stage yet. But I actually moved and joined a moms group and now have several friends between the age of 21 and 30. It's really great for me to socialize with other young moms who have similar mindset as me. We do play dates, go to the library, the park.. Just get together for coffee or do mom night out type things. I have met some really good friends this way. If you can't find one in your areas you could always start one of your own. I found mine at a website called "Meetup.com". I hope that helps a bit. I know you feel.
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July 19th, 2014, 08:42 PM
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Not now, because i leave this board in September, but, when i had my first, say three, i was quite in the minority.
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