Havertown Parents Group Meet In-Person After a Year of Virtual Work and School

David Bjorkgren

As vaccines increase and COVID cases go down, one Havertown moms club is changing how they operate.

The group supported each other during shutdowns. They worked from home and set up virtual learning as they faced uncertainty, reports the staff at 6abc.com.

Now, the Parents of Havertown is meeting outdoors, in masks, but also in person.

Many of the moms had joined the group to socialize. The hope was to meet other families.

After the shutdown in March 2020, parents still stayed in touch.

“It was great to just have everybody, just to have people you knew you could trust and talk to and share all those emotions, all those raw emotions we were all feeling over the past year,” Parents of Havertown mom Monica Davis McDonald said.

Their advice to moms out there? Reach out to other parents.

“Your mom tribe is your tribe. They’ve been through it all. They’ve seen it all. Ask for advice. Ask for help,” group member Jill Cioll said. “They’ll always be there for you.”

The group is now looking forward to spending time with old friends while meeting the new parents who joined during the pandemic year.

Find out more at 6abc.

com about this mom group in Havertown.