Get advice on traveling with kids, and meet other moms by joining the weekly Twitter party every Monday at 9-10 PM ET.
Other chatting avenues for moms through Twitter can be found by searching through Twitter's massive collection of hashtags and user accounts.
Here are just a few groups you may want to check out.
Fussy Baby Site Support Group: This group has over 10,000 members and is a great resource for discussing all things related to fussy babies.
The Bump: This forum lets you connect with other women to discuss pregnancy, babies, and toddlers up to 24 months old.
It also has message boards based on location - you might be able to turn a virtual conversation into an in-person meetup!
Sometimes, working all day, taking care of kids for hours, or staying home can make you wish there were more adults to talk to.
Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other Canadian dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!
– Marnie, 30, single mother of two children Here are some ways and places you can find support as a single parent.
Connections in your local area After your separation, you could try acting like you’ve only just arrived in your community.
And although it can sometimes be hard, asking for help is a smart thing to do for your family.
People can give you support in three main ways – practical help to lighten the workload or sort out finances, emotional support to help you cope with parenting, and social support to give you a break.