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Looking for a Parenting Community? Check Out These 12 Online Groups!

Medically reviewed by Janie-Vi Villamor Ismael-Gorospe, MD · General Practitioner

Written by Lorraine Bunag, R.N. · Updated Jul 14, 2022

Looking for a Parenting Community? Check Out These 12 Online Groups!

Being a parent brings happiness and joy, but also countless challenges. As your baby grows, so do your questions and doubts. For many moms and dads, joining a parenting community can be invaluable. Good thing joining one (or a few) is just a click away. Here are 12 support groups for parents to help them through the ups and downs of raising kids. 

Top Parenting Communities You Can Join Today

If you’re looking for an online parenting group where you can express your joys and concerns in child rearing, check out the following communities. 

Communities for First-Time Moms and Dads

Welcome to parenthood! These groups are specifically created for first-time mommies and daddies who want guidance on parenting. 

1. 1st Time Moms PH – This parenting community has at least 60,000 members and “is a hub for moms, both expecting and experienced, to discuss anything and everything— from parenting advice to life in general.” Since 2016, the group has already collaborated with numerous brands and organizations for both PR and charity events. 

2. 1st Time Dads PH – With over 2,000 members, this support group helps, empowers, guides, and provides information to first time Pinoy moms and dads, but especially to the man of the family.

Online Communities for Moms

Being a mother is a 24/7 job. When in need of support, consider joining these groups:

3. The Mommy Forum PH – In this online community, more than 20,000 moms share their experiences, express their frustrations, and learn from each other. 

4. Moms Support Moms PH – This is a safe parenting community for mommies who acknowledge how motherhood can be exhausting and isolating. Their goal is to not only support mothers, but also empower them. 

5. Filipina Home Based Moms – Are you an entrepreneur mom? Do you aspire to work from home while raising your kids? With over 370,000 members, this huge community gives you access to webinars about freelancing and entrepreneurship. Of course, they also discuss parenting!

Online Communities for Dads

Parenting support groups for dads are hard to come by, but we have these two!

6. Dad Tribe PH – This community “is a no-judgment and safe zone where we talk and discuss the joys, challenges, and everything else about involved fatherhood.”

7. Dadbud PH – An online parenting community with over 36,000 members that allows fathers to “be a buddy to their fellow daddy.”

Solo Parent Support Groups

The challenges of raising children can be magnified when you’re a solo parent. But you’re not alone with these solo parent support groups:

8. Solo Parents Philippines Official – This community wants to gather as many solo parents as they can to support and empower them. The group also aspires to be the single parents’ voice in the government. 

9. Solo Parents – This is a group dedicated to single parents. The goal of the community is not just to help, but also to exchange ideas and give tips to support its members. 

General Parenting Support Groups 

If you want parenting to be a little less stressful (and a little less expensive!), you can consider the following groups for tips and hacks:

10. Parenting Tips Philippines – In this parenting community, you can share your experiences and tips in raising your children. You can also send your questions and wait for the other members’ advice. 

11. Natural Parenting PH – This is a relatively small group aimed at building friendships and cheering moms and dads on! Here, you can reach out for tips and learning. 

12. Tipid Living – While not solely for parents, many members in this online group share tips and home hacks that parents can use. You will even come across tips about saving money and discount offers!

Do you know other parent support groups online? Share them with us, so other parents can check them out, too! 

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Hello Health Group does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Medically reviewed by

Janie-Vi Villamor Ismael-Gorospe, MD

General Practitioner

Written by Lorraine Bunag, R.N. · Updated Jul 14, 2022

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