Alma Ortiz-Agib, Mother of boy/girl twins born in 2012, comments that: "The first thing I did after realizing I was pregnant with twins was look for support from experienced mothers of multiples. Members were very inviting and supportive even before I joined the organization, and their vast knowledge and support continues to provide us with re-assurance that we are not alone in this new journey as parents to twins. I am so grateful to have found such an amazing support group such as the Tri-City Mothers of Multiples Organization."
Danielle Maze says that "I joined TC MoMs shortly before my boys' birth, and I have really enjoyed and appreciated the fun and fellowship opportunities the club provides--so much so that I am serving as a board member for the third year in a row, despite my busy schedule. To me, the best thing about the club is getting to know others who truly understand what it means to have multiples...other friends and family may sympathize, but that's not the same as having experienced it!"
"I joined a playgroup when my twins were just babies," says former Club President Sheryl Ashford, mother of twin girls Lily and Lila. "We have been getting together on a regular basis for almost five years. Through the years, we have shared the joys and faced the challenges of parenting twins. This club has been a lifesaver."
Sarah Parker, mother of identical twin girls, says that "After the shock of discovering I was expecting twins I knew I needed to find some support to help me on this crazy journey. I joined the Tri-City Mothers of Multiples when I was just 14 weeks pregnant and have enjoyed being a member ever since. My twin girls are now 5 years old and headed to Kindergarten in a few months - and still I find so much support from the fellow MoMs in this club. I have made many close friends and I am so thankful that I found the Tricity Mothers of Multiples."