Building lifelong friendships with other families is one the greatest joys of parenthood.  It’s also one of the hardest things if you don’t know where to meet other parents.  These groups are all fabulous places to find new friends for yourself and your children.  Enjoy some play time for the kids and some much needed adult time for yourself!

MetroMoms

Area:        Serving North Texas
Web:         http://www.MetroMomsEvents.com
Cost:        Costs vary by event

MetroMoms is Dallas-Fort Worth’s original events program, hosting social and informative events for moms, expectant moms & families. The program does not require a membership; events are on a pay-per-ticket basis. Events include various expert presentations at luncheons, private museum tours for mom and baby, pampering events and family parties.

MOMS Club

Area:        Chapters throughout North Texas
Web:         http://www.momsclub.org/
Cost:        Annual dues vary

Local chapters of International MOMS Club® offer a member-based support organization for Stay-at-Home Moms and their children, with playgroups, service projects, monthly meetings and a monthly activity calendar for members.

MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Area:        Local chapters throughout North Texas
Web:         http://www.mops.org/

MOPS is a membership-based group for Mothers of Preschoolers.

South DFW Moms

Areas:       Arlington, Grand Prairie, Mansfield
Web:         http://groups.yahoo.com/group/southdfwmoms/
Cost:        Free

South DFW Moms is a support group for moms in living in South DFW.  Get advice, opinions, ask questions about the day to day things that mothers need help with.  Form friendships and have great conversations with other moms, just like you, in your area. Form play dates and groups, Girls Night Out, Business Networking, and most of all friendships with other Moms in your area.

At-Home Dads of Greater Dallas

Areas:       Dallas, Southlake
Web:         http://www.athomedad.com/
Cost:        Free

At-Home Dads of Greater Dallas is a group for dads and kids of all ages living in North Dallas and Southlake.

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