55 – “Can I get your number?”

Hey, Mama. This is Mama’s Daily Dose. I’m Meghan Q Barrett of allyoumama.com. Happy Friday Mamas, Mamas Daily Dose is… “Can I get your number?” Let’s get moving, before we get interrupted.

This quote can go to different situations, you could be at the club, someone could ask you for your number, or you could be at your local library at story time. And someone could ask you for your number. We’re going with the latter one on this and finding mom friends, is like, going out into the dating pool again. When my oldest was about four months old, I started going to the local library for a baby story time in hopes to just get myself out of the house, and then maybe have an adult conversation with somebody. And there was another woman there that I’d seen a few times. And we had children that were about the same age, and we kind of just started talking. And she looked at me and was like, “This is really awkward. But can I get your number? Would you want to hang out?” And I just laughed. I was like, yeah, of course, like, this is kind of weird, huh? We’re trying to date again, but we have kids and we’re not looking for anything romantic. We just want somebody to talk to and entertain our kids for a little while. Finding mom friends can be difficult and you really do have to put yourself out there. Similar to dating, you have to be willing to go up to that mom and say, “Hey, can I get your number?”

I know it can be difficult to put yourself out there and ask people if they want to be your friends if they want to hang out. You know what, I have taken the difficult part out of that and I am bringing the moms to you in Selfish Mamas Club. All you have to do is sign up at allyoumama.com and no need to ask people for numbers. We’re gonna meet once a week and talk just about you! And have a great day free of mama guilt because you deserve it.

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