A New Place to Hang Out: The Parent’s Coffee House

How often do you get to meet up with friends? For me it’s not too often, especially since so many of my friends don’t even live in the same town.

But, even if they do live nearby, it’s a struggle. You’ve got to work around work schedules, school, activities, child care – planning can be next to impossible.

That’s why some friends and I got together to create a virtual space where we can hang out at anytime. You can stop by whenever your schedule will allow and never have to worry about childcare.

This new community, the Parent’s Coffee House, is located over on Facebook. It’s a private group, so you’ll have to request to join. But don’t worry, we’ll add you if you request! It’s set up to allow you to ask questions and converse without all your Facebook friends seeing what you write. They would only see if they are also in the group. And, if you know of any friends who would love the group, please invite them to join. Everyone is welcome.

We hope to create a thriving community that’s both fun and helpful. What will we talk about?

  • Parenting issues
  • School issues
  • Homework help
  • Learning activities for your older kids
  • Family adventures
  • Books
  • And just about anything that you want!
Do you want to join? We’d love to have you. I look forward to getting to know you better and have some conversations with new friends. Let’s have coffee together soon!
Come join a new community for parents where we'll talk about parenting, school issues, family fun, after school activities, and more.



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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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