Since I got pregnant my friends seem so immature. What can I do?

Candice - posted on 04/09/2011 ( 8 moms have responded )

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Would it be a good idea to start a teen mother alliance group? I have no idea what to do...Help! Is anyone from Walla Walla Washington?

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Sarh - posted on 04/12/2011

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Are there any mom's groups in your area? Go to your community center or something of sort and take a look at the groups, classes and play groups that they have. I ditched all of my "old" friends because it was the same way.
just means you have done the BEST thing and you have grown up! Good luck. :)

Christine - posted on 04/12/2011

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This is so common. Many of my friends disappeared after I had my first born and not many have come back around. It is amazing how having a child shows you who your true, trusted friends are. The ones that are there for you through thick and thin, and smelly, sticky, crying situations!

Termika - posted on 04/12/2011

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just posted a similar question for moms in boston, ma. but i feel the same way after the baby they all seem to go mia

Cassidy - posted on 04/12/2011

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I'm from Iowa and my school has a teen Mom group where we get together and talk, it feels really great to talk to other young mothers. Keep your friends around you need as many people to support you and your baby as possible but you should definitely try to find more mothering friends, makes life lots easier!

Sarah - posted on 04/10/2011

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Yeah, i think that happens to everyone lol :)
Keep your friends around for now, for support (and someone to laugh at) haha but yeah it is very important to find some other young mums!
Maybe your local hospital would be able to set you up with a group? Mine did and over a year later we're still great friends and see each other every week :) good luck!

Gillian - posted on 04/10/2011

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Yes it would be a great idea for u to start a group! There will be alot of other young mums who feel the same. Im in the UK and things work diffrent here

Ashleigh Jade - posted on 04/10/2011

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Im not even in the same country ( im in aus! ) but i understand you. Since having my children i feel myself and my "old" friends drifted apart because we have different priorites now. I know only have one non mum friend.

Challis - posted on 04/09/2011

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i'm not anywhere near there, i live in california but i totally know what you mean... it's like they don't think the same anymore.

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