Being a mom is the most important job you’ll ever have. But there is no interview, no official training, and no all-encompassing manual. Vanessa and Becca discuss all the things they wish they’d known going into different stages of parenthood.
From how labor and childbirth never go the way you think they will, letting go of the “Pinterest birthday,” or how nobody told you about the lack of sleep that comes with having a teenager. An unfiltered look at what we really wish we knew!
- What I Wish I Knew About Labor and Delivery
- 5 Things No One Told Me About Parenting Teens
- Making Adult Friends Is Hard: 7 Ways to Try
Connect with ABQ Mom In Person
It’s no secret that this motherhood journey is unique. Having people to turn to, talk to, and share experiences with can make all the difference in the world. If you’re new to the area, new to being a mom, or just want a way to connect with others close to where you live, join one of ABQ Mom’s groups.
ABQ Mom’s Community & Conversation Group is an online (private) Facebook group that allows moms to connect, ask questions (mommy or non-mommy related), discuss local happenings, and attend events like playdates and meet-ups.
For moms not on Facebook, there’s an email list to keep them up-to-date on all the event dates and locations.