As part of The Mommies Network, KentuckianaMommies is a free community for moms in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington Counties, Indiana and Louisville and surrounding areas, Kentucky. We realize that all moms need local support -- and who can't use another friend? KentuckianaMommies offers a simple way to connect with local moms for friendship, support and fun. Each month, we offer many face-to-face events for our members, their children and their families. Our members also have access to our private discussion forums to share information on everything from where to get the best haircut to tips on transitioning to a "big kid" bed.
Today (July 12, 2016) is Amazon Prime Day. There are some amazing deals.
If anyone is doing some shopping, please consider doing it through smile.amazon.com and selecting The Mommies Network as your recipient.
North Carolina/South Carolina area Moms, check this out and RSVP as soon as possible for Thursday 16th! Limited space available!
OK! Magazine is hosting an OK! Playdate in Charlotte on June 16th with Emily Maynard.
June 18 is the annual Climb Out of the Darkness walk. This walk raises awarenes of maternal mental illnesses - like PPD, post-partum anxiety, pregnancy depression, and many others.
This is a great opportunity for our mommies to help raise awareness of an issue important to many of us while getting some exercise and having fun with friends.
Every year in May, Louisville celebrates Hometown Tourist Month. There are several businesses that work with the mayors office in giving Kentucky & Indiana residents discounts to their businesses.
We look forward to receiving your creative entries! You gotta love the prizes too. What mom couldn't use more coffee mugs and other merchandise, especially when she has a hand in designing them?! Please enter by May 20th. You can find inspiration from the example located in the blog.
Floyd Memorial Hospital & Health Services is now offering a FREE online service that’s making a trip to their ERs and Urgent Care clinics a little easier and more convenient for everyone.
Come with me, if you will, on a journey through the worst travel day of my life. I was alone with my toddler to take several flights across the country – a trip that would last a total of ten hours if nothing went wrong. I probably could just end the story right there, couldn’t I?