No matter your experience, we all get by in this parenting game with a little help from our friends. And thanks to Facebook, your tribe is at your fingertips, literally. After sorting through page after page of parenting groups, we’ve narrowed down a list of groups that are perfect for you—regardless of whether you’re a first timer or not. Keep reading to find your newest parenting “friends,” below.

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Georgia Moms for Better Birth, 2.4K members
Georgia Moms for Better Birth is a community of women supporting women, focused on creating better births through encouragement and education. Their goal is for all mothers to feel empowered through a safe and satisfying birth.

Atlanta Online Breastfeeding Support Group, 553 members
A place to post helpful information for expectant and breastfeeding mothers to support them in their choice.

My Atlanta Moms Club (MAMC), 12.3K members
This private page (permission requests accepted) is a mother-to-mother support group of moms from every walk of life. It is created to be an atmosphere where women can ask questions and seek advice about all things mom.

Moms on Call Parenting, 30K followers
Known as the “baby whisperers” around town, these moms offer up advice, tips, and anecdotes about parenting straight from the vault of motherhood.

Atlanta’s Frugal Mom, 7.5K followers
Find local events around the Atlanta area, frugal living and frugal parenting tips, as well as all things mom—all with a touch of southern charm.

Twinmommy101, 4.4K followers
TwinMommy101 is a spot where you can follow one mom’s experience with raising twins through gentle parenting, a love for babywearing, healthy living, and more. It’s also a supportive community for all parents and caregivers to connect.

Atlanta Mom Collective: The Village, 3K members
As the name suggests, encouragement and support for moms who want a safe place to share the ups, downs, and sometimes sideways side of parenting.

Atlanta Crunchy Moms (and Moms-to-Be!), 342 members
ACM is open to current parents, expecting parents, and those individuals who are not yet expecting, but want to learn more about natural and healthy parenting lifestyles prior to having children.

NEW Single Mom Alliance Group, 7.7K members
Offering advice, support, & resources for single moms, this group welcomes women that are, have been, or may be becoming single mothers.

Atlanta Moms Group, 12.4K members
Atlanta Moms Group is a place to ask questions, seek advice, share experiences and join a vibrant and supportive community.
This group is for women only.

Distance Learning 4Working Parents- Atlanta Area, 2.2K members
This group is for Atlanta and surrounding counties parents who are doing distance learning while working. This is not group for homeschooling.

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Black Moms Connection: Atlanta, 1.4K members
This groups serves up a positive environment for Black mothers to share ideas, encourage each other and connect. The group is solely for Black women who are (or are soon to be) mothers.

Jewish Women of Atlanta, 1.9K members
Jewish Women of Atlanta was created to include all women in and around Georgia. You don’t have to be married or a mom, and you can identify any way you wish. All they ask is that you be kind and inclusive to everyone (and p.s.—you’ll find great mom tips here, too!).

Two Mommies Atlanta, 734 members
This is an Atlanta (and surrounding areas) group for Lesbian Mothers – both single and coupled – to encourage friendships, meetups, and sharing of whatever is on your mind!

Black & Brown Parents of Cobb County & N. Fulton, 1.8K members
A safe space for parents raising black & brown children in Cobb County, East Cobb, West Cobb, Roswell, Marietta, North Fulton etc. They exchange local resources, give advice, support one another and connect their kiddos for long-lasting relationships through culture—with other parents of color in the neighborhood.

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Dunwoody Moms Group, 1.1K members
This page is for parents in Dunwoody to post play dates, mom’s nights and get advice about family activities.

Roswell Moms Network, 3.4K members
Head to the RMN for discussions, play dates, recommendations, and fun activities in the area, just for parents living in the Roswell area. They encourage a supportive membership with no negativity.

Cobb Moms Helping Cobb, 3.3K members
Cobb Moms Helping Cobb is a network of women in Cobb County who assist non-profit agencies better serve those in need.

MOD- Moms of Decatur, GA, 1.4K members
Head to this site for a respectul swap of ideas and collective parenting advice, without drama.

Alpharetta, Milton, & Cumming Moms, 2.6K members
This group is for moms in the North GA and surrounding areas (Alpharetta, Milton, Cumming, John’s Creek, Canton, Sewanee, Roswell, and other towns) to come together, be adventurous, have fun and experience life together.

East Cobb Moms, 1K members
All the ladies in East Cobb unite and swap parenting tales in this ever-evolving Facebook group.

Clayton County Moms & Dads, 1.3K members
This group connects parents throughout Clayton County and surrounding areas. Find playgroups and things to do with your kids. If you’ve got kids, whether you’re single, married, mom, or dad, you’re welcome.

Mother Tuckers (Moms of Tucker), 1.3K members
Moms of Tucker is an active group that gets together on a weekly basis for play dates, lunch or breakfast, planned events, field trips and much more. Check out their Facebook page to get advice, make plans, and join the dialogue.

Moms of Woodstock, 3.5K members
As the name suggests, this is an active group for moms in the Woodstock area of north Georgia.

East Atlanta Parents Network, 2.1 members
Find out what’s going on for families in and around East Atlanta.

—Shelley Massey

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