My youngest daughter is extremely social. She was one of those kids in school who knew just about everyone. She never had a single issue making friends. Now that she is married and has kids of her own, though, she is having trouble finding peers. She goes to college, but the kids at her college all seem to live with their parents and when she interacts with them, they only invite her to go clubbing with them.
Other young ladies her age (20 years) with children still live with their parents and don't have a lot in common with her. In fact a few girls at the college actually told her it was 'weird' that she is married to the father of her kids and that he is the father of both of them (she steered clear of those girls). She wants to find other mothers who are married and are around her age.
I suggested church, but her church was full of older people. I suggested playgroups, but she said there weren't any in our large metropolitan area. I googled it to find out and she was telling the truth. There were playgroups for dogs in our area, and playgroups for Italian kids and Portuguese kids, but those were the only three that were in our city.
Her neighborhood is an older community, full of retired people or the parents of teens.
At a loss, I suggested the local library.
What do you young women do to befriend other parents?
My poor daughter is so miserable without having friends with the same interests as herself.