Is This Group for Parents of All Ages? or Is It Focused on Younger Children?

Updated on October 01, 2019
T.T. asks from Livingston, NJ
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Just wonder if theirs parents on here with children in their 20's that talk about things. Or maybe this isn't the right group for me?

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W.W.

answers from Washington DC on

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Welcome to mamapedia!!

We have people here who have adult children as well!! ASK AWAY!!

I've been here for at least a decade!!

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S.S.

answers from Atlanta on

I have 4 boys and one is an adult. I think I've been here 5 years now and there's a lot of questions about kids of all ages!! Mom's with empty nest....mom's adjusting to life with their babies going off to college....

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D.P.

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You never stop being a mom. Whether your child in 2 or 40.

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S.S.

answers from Chicago on

Oh my! I never stopped being a mom even though my children are 29 and almost 35. I've been on here for years. They grew up but I still haven't sometimes! Anyway, if I have a question I ask and if I can help I do. Just enjoy our friendships!

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B.C.

answers from Norfolk on

All ages get discussed.
However by the time a child is an adult there's not a lot of parenting left for a parent to do - it's hard for some parents to let go of that.
The whole point of raising them is so they can become fully functioning adults who will hopefully one day be able to raise their own kids.
Once they are adults (18) you can't force them to see a doctor or counselor if they don't want to go so if a teen is having some trouble it's important to do something to help them before they are 18.

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D.B.

answers from Boston on

My kid is 30, and my stepkids are older than that. I've been here for a long time and I always learn something from many of the members here. I agree with Huggy Mama - I never stopped being a mom! And we have quite a few grandparents on her, both asking questions and answering them.

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J.C.

answers from Philadelphia on

I’ve been a member for many many years. My girls are now 21 and 16. There are a lot of moms that have older children and are still on here. There are quite a few grandparents too.

Welcome to the group!!! ❤️

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M.S.

answers from Washington DC on

Welcome! Please ask away! :) I have a 16 yr old and would love some insight for the future.

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H.M.

answers from Dallas on

Like others gave said you never stop being a mother and needing advice on how to deal with things that come up. I have been here a long time. My boys are 20 and 17.

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C.C.

answers from New York on

There are lots of questions about adult children on here. For example, as we head into the Fall/winter holidays you will see questions about navigating logistics of visiting relatives etc. Feel free to ask!

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D.M.

answers from Bellingham on

I have 4 children, ages 9, 16, 21, and 22. I'm happy to have found this as I noticed there are questions about children of all ages. :)

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J.B.

answers from Boston on

Mine are ages 13-21 and I probably ask as many questions about my oldest kids as I do the teenagers (and get lots of helpful thoughts and feedback). Your insight as an experienced parent will also be valuable to those with younger kids. Welcome!

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S.T.

answers from Washington DC on

have you read through the questions and answers? my kids are in their 20s and 30s.
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A.L.

answers from Atlanta on

As the others said, you can find questions about offspring between the ages of newborn and mid-forties. Of course, with kids who are older (30s and 40s), the questions are more about dealing with them as adults and especially if they are having trouble, how to help grandchildren. The issues are different than parenting toddlers for the first time. Those people who have older children can offer insight to people with young children, so even if it's difficulties with kids in their twenties that bring you here, you can help parents of younger children. I do think you'll find a lot here.

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M.G.

answers from Portland on

Just look through the questions - one on this week from your city about a 19 year old. All ages of 'children'.
Welcome

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S.B.

answers from Houston on

My kids are 27 and 31. So there ya go.

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T.F.

answers from Dallas on

My daughter is 24. I have been on this site since she was around 9. I've met a few of the moms in person and have made good friends with some people.

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R.P.

answers from Tampa on

My kids are 13, 12, 4 and 19 months.. I think it’s good to see what I might expect and others suggestions. One can never be too prepared!

Lol but god are teenage years difficult! Lol help!

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