Parenting

You may be a single parent but you don’t need to parent alone. No one can know what it’s like to be the sole parent quite as well as another sole parent. About half of the Single Mothers by Choice members are mothers, and we enjoy supporting one another through the inevitable ups and downs of parenting via our local chapter meetings and/or our lively 24/7 online discussion Forum.

Join our network and get connected with other Single Mothers by Choice who have children at all stages, from newborns to adults. Learn and discuss how we answer the “Daddy” questions, how we help our children understand their origins, should we have a second child, and many, many more questions like these.

Our members are always happy to share their experiences and wisdom with those who are on the same journey.

SHARE ON

Latest Posts About Parenting

  • For a good part of my adult life, I wanted to be a mother, but as I got older, I worried that it might not happen for me. I hadn’t met the right man to marry, so how could I become a mom? But then, one day, I realized that even though I hadn’t found…

    Read the full article

  • “I wish our family had two moms,” Sam says, and I am caught by surprise. I am loading the dishes into the dishwasher while Sam puts the head on his new Lego alien minifigure and Eva pulls at my pants leg begging for her bedtime cup of milk. “Why is that?” I ask. Our family…

    Read the full article

“I joined when I was in the Thinking stage. The forum was exactly what I needed to research the SMC experience. I felt more confident with that support and information, and am now a mom to a baby boy!”

– Anonymous