General Meetings are held January through November on the 4th Monday of the month.
They cover many topics including childcare,
sleep training, recipes, and many others.
Meetings are held at the Northminster
Presbyterian Church located at 4791 Hal Drive, Chattanooga. Members bring food to share and
a babysitter is available. Guests are welcome
to visit one of our meetings. For more
information contact email@example.com.
One of the most valuable benefits of CAMOMC’s membership is access to our electronic
community at www.bigtent.com. Here members
can post questions, messages, exchange ideas,
and view our calendar of events. Members also
have access to our archive, which is full of invaluable information about breastfeeding, rainy
day activities, and everything in between. We
have members who have experience with
everything: preterm labor,preemies and NICUs, all kinds of medical conditions related to pregnancies with multiples, breastfeeding, potty training, schools,
and more. Here you can find not only information
that you are looking for, but also how you can
sign up and share your own experiences with
Our member roster and archives can be found
on our members-only website at https://www.bigtent.com/groups/camomc. There
you can also find our newsletter archives, event photos, resources, announcements, complete
CAMOMC officer contact list, and much more.
Don't forget to update your personal profile.
Update your contact information and new
additions to your family. Nobody can access
your personal information but you, so please
keep your information up-to-date.
Scheduled events can be found here.
Although all Club activities are for members
only, those wishing to join CAMOMC
may attend a General Meeting prior to joining.
Northminster Presbyterian Church
4791 Hal Drive, Chattanooga, TN
What We Offer
There are countless benefits to joining CAMOMC. We offer many programs and activities that target mothers of multiples and their children. This includes but is not limited to: General Meetings, Family Activities, Play dates, Consignment Sale, monthly Newsletter, Member-Only Website with Online Resources and Archives, access to our Preemie Closets, and much more.
With the help of BigTent, it is easy for club members to meet other MOMS, Mother of multiples, and form age-appropriate play dates. Through organized walks, playground outings, and gatherings at members' houses, members have many opportunities to meet other moms and provide social interaction for their kids.
The Club sponsors fun social events such as holiday parties and picnics for member families. CAMOMC sponsored events give parents and their children a chance to meet other families with multiples in a warm and friendly setting.
MOM’s Night Out
MOM’s Night Out’s are a chance to take a break from the daily grind and enjoy the company of fellow club members in a fun setting.
The Club offers support to multiple birth families and is involved with local charities that assist families with premature babies.
The Club holds a consignment sale for its members and the general public twice year, usually each Spring and Fall. This is a great place to pick up gently used items that every family with young children needs, like cribs, highchairs, clothes and much more! The event is held at the East Ridge Community Center. Check out the Consignment Sale page for dates and further details. You don't have to be a member to buy or sell at the Consignment Sale. If you have any questions, please contact our Consignment Sale Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our monthly newsletter, Double Talk, contains interesting articles, advice, birth announcements, CAMOMC events and other Club news.
Birth Announcements: Once your babies are born, please email us their picture along with their names, date of birth, parents' names, and measurements, and we will include it in the birth announcement section of Double Talk. You may also submit birth announcements for your multiples' younger siblings.
Meals for New Parents
Another great service that the Club provides is a great meal for new parents. We know how hard it is to find time to sleep or eat when you have newborns. We try to make it a little bit easier by delivering a delicious, nutritious and ready-to-eat meal to your home.
Bed Rest Mommies Program
We offer special support for mothers on bed rest. Some ways we can help are by chatting with them on the phone, bringing them a meal, helping watch their children or visiting them.
Twins and higher order multiples are generally at a higher risk of being born prematurely and at a lower birth weight. Fortunately, with the help of new technologies, preemies do very well and grow quickly. Small babies require preemie clothes, although they rapidly grow out of them. These clothes can be hard to find and expensive. The Club provides our members with free access to our Preemie Clothes Closet. The clothes are donated by Club members. Some are new, some are gently used. This is how it works: once your children are born, let the Preemie Closet Coordinator know the genders of your babies and setup a pickup time. A delivery can also be arranged. Once you are done using the clothes, arrange for a drop-off of the clean clothes. We also accept and appreciate any preemie clothes donations.