Welcome to LouisvilleMommies!

  • Posted on: 29 November 2014
  • By: heather

As part of The Mommies Network, LouisvilleMommies 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? LouisvilleMommies 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.

Christmas Countdown

My kids love doing crafts with me so I try to come up with different things to try for each holiday. Last week I was working on organizing my scrapbooking area and I noticed all the scrap paper so I thought up a way to use up some of it. I decided we could make a Christmas Countdown Chain.


Trunk or Treat 2014 at Wolter Chiropractic

 LouisvilleMommies recently had our Trunk-or-Treat at Wolter Chiropractic and it was a smashing success, with over 175 children and adults in attendance it was our biggest event ever! We had 20 trunks including promotional trunks from Isit Swap, Oragami Owl, Norwex, Younique, Themes Come True, Wolter Chiropractic, Juice Plus and Jamberry. The trunk decorations were amazing, the winning themes were Gru's Lab, Dinosaur Valley, Neverland Pirates, and Spooky Graveyard!

LouisvilleMommies Trunk-or-Treat

Come out and join us at Wolter Chiropractic (2304 Hurstbourne Village Dr. Louisville, KY 40299) on October 18th from 12-3pm. Along with the trunk-or-treat there will also be games, activities, food, a costume contest and LOTS of fun! Including a visit from the Jtown Fire Department. This event is also a donation drive for Wayside Christian Mission. Every donation brought for Wayside is an entry for our door prize.

Life as a Homeschool Mom

If I were to meet you on the street today, I would introduce myself as Heather, stay-at-home/homeschooling mom of my daughters who are six and three. You would ask me my thoughts on the public school system and about my choice to keep them home, then about my method of teaching, and the curriculum I use. I would smile and say all the right things. I would tell you just how much I love it, how passionate I am about being their teacher, and how confident I am that this is the right choice for my family.