Join us for drinks & snacks & fun conversation from 8-10pm.
A social for parents of school-aged multiples, who want to share about the joys and challenges that come with this stage.
No RSVP is required! Come when you can & leave when you need to - everyone understands!
TPOMBA members find our POMs meetings to be an incredibly valuable part of their membership. POMs meetings are held monthly in a range of Toronto neighbourhoods. They offer an opportunity to connect with other parents of multiples to share ideas, information, concerns and questions. Meetings are a supportive environment to work out parenting challenges and hear from others who have “been there”.
There are four POMs groups within TPOMBA, with one or more volunteer leaders in each group. POMs group leaders are experienced parents of multiples who offer moral support, practical suggestions, and access to resources. Non-members may attend POMs meetings as guests.
To contact the leader(s) of the East POM group, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.
We are having another
Wear your costumes and come out to play!
This event is open to MEMBERS ONLY at a cost of $5 per family and will take place at Extreme Fun Indoor Playground near Eglinton & DVP on Sunday, November 5, 2016. Please choose one of two timeslots to attend: 9:45 a.m.-11:40 a.m. or 11:50 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
Don't delay! Register on-line now as spaces are limited in each timeslot.
When you register on-line, you will be asked to fill out the number of attendees by age group and pay $5 per family using PayPal.
Feel free to direct any questions to Susan Choi at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you and all of your little ghosts & goblins there!
Are you struggling with potty training? Are you planning on tackling this next stage with your multiples?
Well look no further, Mary Pap, The Potty Fairy herself, is going to host a live webinar for TPOMBA members on Monday November 13, 2017 at 7:30pm. From the comfort of your own home (or anywhere you can get internet access) you will be able to listen to her tips and suggestions to ensure a successful potty training experience. Mary will also open up for a question and answer session at the end!
Advance registration is required so that we can email you a secure internet link to join on the day of the event. Free event for TPOMBA members.
More information on Mary Pap, The Potty Fairy:
Mary Pap studied Music, Art and Elementary Education at St. Cloud University and received her Masters Degree in Education with an emphasis in Counseling from the University of Maine. Mary continued her studies post-Masters Degree in Education at St. Mary’s University in Minnesota. Mary’s 30 years in public education was primarily focused on educational research and program development and program implementation in the state of Maine and in Minnesota. She loved facilitating parent support groups, providing teacher support and training, and diving into educational research and writing grants to help make things happen.
Mary is married to her sweetheart of 25 years; mom to 4 daughters; grandmother to 7 grandchildren and a dog owner of her sweet puppy, Indy. As a young mother at home with her daughters , Mary created The Potty Fairy. She wrote the story for her children and her children’s friends. She visited with moms about potty training over coffee and shared her support. She handmade supplementary Potty Fairy products for her friends to help them with potty training their children. Mary has loved helping people throughout her life. Her passion for helping people potty train their children started many years ago and Mary is enjoying her available time now to develop the concept further and share with interested parents. The Potty Fairy and helping parents with potty training is Mary’s passion. She is grateful for parents who want to learn about potty training and The Potty Fairy.
No RSVP is required! Come when you can & leave when you need to - everyone understands. And all parents are welcome: moms, dads, primary or secondary caregivers, both! Not-yet-mobile babies are also welcome to attend. There will be plenty of people to cuddle them!