According to Carren W. Joye, the author of A Stay-at-Home Mom's Complete Guide to Playgroups,
playgroup does not only has benefits to kids but to the accompanying moms (and even working moms).
You surely think that after working in a 8-5 working schedule, it is just too occupying to fit in another activity to your weekend. However, some working moms agree that the payoff is worth it.
Take a look at some of the benefits for working parents and their children.
- A Therapeutic Time Out
- Support from Your Peers
- Seek Advice and Share Experiences
Playgroups offer parents a chance to seek parenting advice and share experiences. In today's society many new mothers not only have postponed having children, but also have moved great distances from their families and friends. They no longer have that built-in support system that all new moms need. Playgroups and parents' groups fill that gap.
- See Parenting Methods in Action
- Discover Your Community
- Low Stress Mom-Child Activity
Isn't it a win-win situation for all?