A Socially-Distant Spring

Getting together for an Egg Hunt (see: 2019 and 2016 as examples) is a favorite springtime activity! Even though the logistics of having big family events has been challenging all term, this year’s Spring Party proved to be a step toward the way things used to be for Space Coast Mothers of Multiples. Crafts were take-home and snacks were pre-packaged, plus the egg-hunting was set to allow for four age groups with small numbers in each. It was different, but it was still a lot of fun. Many of the kids complimented the tiny toys found in the eggs!

For Multiple Birth Awareness Month 2021, the club designated a Saturday to do a 1K at a local park with paved paths. This allowed families to get as close to one another as they desired, while visibly raising awareness about multiple birth families.

Nationwide, Multiples of America hosted a walk/run/sleep-in event all month long, with funds raised from registrations to go toward scholarships and grants. Space Coast Mothers of Multiples was glad to be able to take part!