Stay At Home Exmormons: Community for Moms, Dads, Workers, etc (SAHM/SAHD)

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Stay At Home Exmormons: Community for Moms, Dads, Workers, etc (SAHM/SAHD)

Whether you work from home as a mom, dad, employee, student, self-employed, retired or just online from where ever and want a place to hang out for social interaction during your long day, join this group and share what's happening, or hop over to the chat or video chat rooms for live chat.  Be sure to join the group so you can get email notifications when people post comments or discussions for you to read or respond to.

Location: LifeAfterMormonism Group and Chat rooms
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2013

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Welcome to Stay-at-Home-Exmormons!

Started by MikeUtah. Last reply by Shawn Parks Oct 13, 2012. 1 Reply

Coming out of the lds church can prove to be a lonely experience as many of your LDS social pool dries up.  This is a group for those of us who could use more adult interactions and community during…Continue

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Comment by MikeUtah on October 15, 2012 at 11:10am

Happy Monday everyone.  Stop by the chat room if you need a break 

Comment by MikeUtah on October 10, 2012 at 8:43am

Coffee pic, courtesy of Phoenix: 

Comment by Hair on October 10, 2012 at 8:27am

I also bake breads, buns and pastries to order

and moderate several online groups for parents

Comment by Hair on October 10, 2012 at 8:24am

I am a full time mom to 3 kids ages 5, 3, and 10 months.

I daycare 2 extras kids full time age 4 and 5 and sometime a few extra drop in kids

I teach other parents an attachment parenting principle called babywearing in a class once a week.

I am an accounts receivable manager for a large online company and run that out of my home. 

Comment by MikeUtah on October 10, 2012 at 6:28am

Grandpa's are a-o-k by me Brian!

Comment by MikeUtah on October 9, 2012 at 9:22pm

Welcome LalaExMo!  Nice to meet you.  Hope to see you around the chat room or group here.

Comment by LalaExMo on October 9, 2012 at 8:43pm
I also stay home and homeschool our 3 kids, ages 12, 10 and 8. We live in the country and have left the church to boot, which has left us quite alienated. We've been here 9 years and we're just now making a couple of friends. Hubby's family (who all live here) have cut us off. We just spend most of our time together as a family, but it still gets a little lonely at times.
Comment by HeathenMom on October 9, 2012 at 4:13pm

I'm also a SAHM. We do an at home preschool sort of thing most weekdays. I just made two new friends to actually do things with who also have kids, but other than that, leaving the church means we left our entire community, we didn't know anyone else here. We just left in August.

Comment by BlueCodeRed on October 9, 2012 at 3:45pm

I'm a SAHM that really honestly doesn't stay home all that often b/c I'm doing stuff out and about w/ the kids, especially therapy for my 2 children with high functioning autism.

Comment by MM- Marshall on October 9, 2012 at 2:27pm

I work from home as well.  The community aspect helps feed balance to the day.  I enjoy the humor and friendship. 

 

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