The Cincinnati Moms Blog team believes that community and support play a vital role in happy and healthy motherhood experiences. We strive to foster that sense of community both online and offline every day. This resource has some other great local resources to help you connect with other mamas in and around Cincinnati and NKY. Many of these groups are not just for moms but also welcome dads, grandparents, or caregivers. Please check with the individual resources on their policies
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Find and connect with local moms, right in your part of town! Cincinnati Mom’s Blog has four community groups on Facebook: North, East, West, and NKY Community Groups.
MOMS Club “Moms Offering Moms Support”
MOMS Club is a national organization with local chapters dedicated to connecting at-home moms and their kids, and providing lots of opportunities for exploration and friendship in the community!
MOPS “Mothers of Preschoolers” & MOMSnext
MOPS and MOMSnext is a Christian ministry designed to encourage, equip and develop mothers of children of all ages!
The Hip Mamas Group is self-described as a fun, goofy, progressive group of moms who will welcome anyone to their playdates throughout the city! Topics of discussion might include politics, healthy food, books, and art over coffee and with lots of laughter sprinkled in too.
Just for moms residing in the Sycamore school district, Montgomery Moms hosts meetings as well as tons of fun activities to engage and connect. The group is geared toward moms with children aged infant all the way through high school.
This social group hosts educational and fun events for all parents. Centered in Hyde Park, the group welcomes any parent in the greater Cincinnati area!
This group is especially for stay-at-home moms who want to get out of the house and enjoy organized activities with this very active group!
Oxford (& surrounding areas) Moms Of Toddlers PATS “Parents and Toddlers Socialize”
Moms in the Oxford area can connect with other moms close-by, and enjoy organized playdates as well as outings to socialize and help their kids run off some energy with friends.
This support group is dedicated to serving mothers of special needs children, whether they have just received their child’s diagnosis, or have been on the path for a while now.
Whether you just found out that you are pregnant with multiples, or yours are school-aged now, West Chester Mothers of Twins and More Club brings together parents of multiples for support, socialization, and education.
Tri–State Multiples is just for parents of higher order multiples (triplets or more). The group provides support for some of the common challenges faced by parents of multiples, and also celebrates the good parts!
This club provides friendship and support for mothers of all multiples in the Cincinnati region.
This is the NKY branch of the non-profit Multiples of America. The focus of the group is social and practical support for mothers of twins, triplets, and more!
La Leche League meetings are just for new moms, and are focused on breastfeeding. In addition to breastfeeding help, many new moms enjoy the support and camaraderie found within the group.
Breastfeeding USA exists to provide evidence based resources and social support for new breastfeeding mothers in the Greater Cincinnati Area.
This closed group runs in 6 week cycles, and is limited to 12 registered participants. The meetings provide a safe space to process the many challenges of brand new parenting, but celebrate the joys too! The focus is non-judgmental support for All Moms.
Run by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, this group meets weekly at the UC West Chester Hospital, and is dedicated to encouraging and helping new moms as they learn to breastfeed.
It can be hard to get outdoors and be active again after having a baby! Hike It Baby is dedicated to making it easier for new moms to get out, get connected, and get moving. Hikes are child and baby-friendly, and will always be tailored to meet the needs of the littlest participants as needed.
Babywearing International strives to connect new mothers. Meetings are designed to encourage moms as they nurture their new babies. They also provide education and support for babywearing.
A Lighter Shade of Blue is an organization just for pregnant and new moms who are experiencing perinatal mood disorders. This includes postpartum depression or anxiety, among others. The group is led by other moms who have been there too, and they offer a safe space to share your story and get resources.