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Sometimes you just need another stay-at-home mom to connect with and share about your day! 

Yes, all moms go through parenting challenges and on some level we can share and connect, but to really have another mom KNOW what it is like to be at home is so helpful. We need to connect with others who really get it, who know what it’s like staying home or focusing on the home all day every day as your job.

Here is some connection-over 30 ways to connect-right here in this community of moms. No matter where you live or what your schedule is like, you can connect with other stay-at-home moms who know what you are going through.

These 30+ articles from SAHM Bloggers are ones that will make you nod your head and feel like another mother really does know what it is like each day…because we really do. We are doing it too! At the bottom there are resources for moms of twins and single stay-at-home moms as well.

You can catch up with a serious just for motivating stay-at-home moms: Mom Motivation Mondays. Every week you can start off with a bit of encouragement from a mom who has been in your shoes-or close to it. Moms doing the work at home each day know what it’s like.

Connect with other SAHMs

A Day In The Life of A Stay-at-Home Mom – Mama Smiles-Joyful Parenting

Called to Be A Wife and Mother – Heart of Deborah

The Indispensability of the Stay-at-Home Mom – Suzanne Venker @ The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

Figuring Out Your Role as A Stay-at-Home Mom – Happily Ever Mom

The Epidemic Affecting Stay-at-Home Moms Everywhere-Loneliness – What’s Up Fagans

Finding Balance: A Juggling Act – Makeovers and Motherhood

Why I Chose to Be A Stay-at-Home Mom – The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

SAHM Burnout-How to Deal and Overcome – Powerful Mothering

Motherhood Changed Me – Sand In My Toes

Random Thoughts of Being a Boy-Mom – Busy Being Blessed

Dear Mom of a Preschooler, a Toddler and a Baby (or any over-worked mom) – What Mommy Does

Things I’ve Learned (so far) Having a Toddler and Newborn  -The Stay-at-Home Life

What My Kids Taught Me About Slowing Down – The Brown Tribe

An Unexpected Joy in Being A Stay-at-Home Mom – Sand in My Toes

Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Mom and New Mommy Blogger – One Time Through

The 21st Century Stay-at-Home Mom – What’s Up Fagans

I Never Set Out to Be A Stay-at-Home Mom – Guest Post @ The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

I bought a Mom Swimsuit, but it wasn’t because I had given up – What’s up Fagans?

What A Stay-at-Home Mom Is Worth {infographic} – The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

5 Reasons I don’t regret being a young mom – What’s up Fagans?

Why Being A Stay-at-Home Mom is a Gift to Your Husband – Pint-Sized Treasures

Road to Motherhood – Just Another Mom

Moms Are Leaders – The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

A Typical Blogging Day – Just Another Mom

Failure into Beauty – Busy Being Blessed

You Know You’re A Mom When…. – She Lives Free

Please don’t call it “me time”– Sodbusters

Why I Stopped Cleaning (And You Should Too!) – The Well Nourished Nest

Being a stay-at-home mom can feel lonely, but here are 30+ ways to connect with other SAHMs.

Parenting Twins

Parenting Twins is HARD – What’s Up Fagans

Having Twins -The Stay-at-Home Mom Survival Guide

Guide to Breastfeeding Twins – The Stay-at-Home Mom Survival Guide

The Benefits of Having Twins First  – What’s Up Fagans


Resources for Single SAHMs

Sarah Titus

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