While it’s reassuring to get advice from experts, sometimes you just want to get the opinion of other women who have experienced parenting firsthand.
Another reason moms may want to communicate with other moms online is to have some sort of interaction.
The Young Mommies Homesite: If you're a young mom looking for guidance or just someone else to talk to who has been through similar struggles, this chat room might be the perfect place for you.
Babycenter: Find thousands of groups on the topics of pregnancy, babies, and raising children.
Their forum features are also available on their mobile apps.
Get advice on traveling with kids, and meet other moms by joining the weekly Twitter party every Monday at 9-10 PM ET.
Other chatting avenues for moms through Twitter can be found by searching through Twitter's massive collection of hashtags and user accounts.
Make It Tips for Special Needs: With 6,000 members, this group is a terrific place to connect with other parents who have special needs children.
Babywearing 102: An extremely popular group with tens of thousands of members, the focus is "a place to celebrate and learn about babywearing."You can search for more Facebook groups geared toward moms by just using the search bar on Facebook to find groups that contain a certain keyword.
Footage of the moment shows the unidentified woman getting into character even before the boy enters the room.‘Really, for real? He looks at the paper confused, and softly says ‘no,’ shaking his head in confusion.‘Even your teacher put a sad face,’ his mom falsely claims.
She then hands Jemyrin the paper and asks him to read a part that says he ‘missed honor roll by eight points’.
Here are just a few groups you may want to check out.