A community of moms inspiring, supporting, growing and empowering one another.
I've started with The North Shore, please share links to resources in your community.
I’ve often found it difficult to find the resources that I need on my journey as a mom and I always prefer those recommended by other moms both general information and in particular, resources that are close to my home.
This site is meant to be a hub for us moms in the lower mainland to connect, share our experiences, stories, useful links and specific local resources in our individual communities.
I’ve started where I live on the North Shore; please help other moms where you live by sharing tips, stories, advice, information and local resources that you have found useful, and would recommend to other moms.
I will then check these sites out and post them in an organized fashion.
At Village of Moms, we have a variety of motherhood resources to help mothers in North Vancouver and all around. Being a mom can be frustrating and can bring many mummy moments such as your children having a meltdown in public to having your hands full when your kids start fighting. Parenting is a hard time. We want you to be able to relax as you navigate the waters of raising a child, from post-partum depression and anxiety to grieving a loss to dealing with childhood changes.
Village of Moms is a place where moms new and old alike can gather in a community, creating a centralized resource website where you can come for information and inspiration. If you have any of your own stories or resources that you would like to share, or if you just need some support, please reach out to us and help us build this community. Our dream is to spread the kindness so that you don’t have to go through parenthood alone.
They say it takes a village to raise a child, so let’s build Village of Moms up to be that community to help support one another through the journey of being a mother. We have a vision of mothers everywhere coming together to support each other in the most trying times and situations. We say to you: “you got this, mama!”
Help me to expand this mom to mom site by contributing links to resources that you’ve found useful in your community in the Lower Mainland.