Welcome to SearchMothers.com. SearchMothers is the Oldest Commercial Single Mothers Website in America. It started as a site with message boards in 1999 and then branched out into a full site with editorial content by 2001. We have been helping single mothers ever since. We rely completely on Google Ads and other types of advertising.
SearchMothers.com is a Tech Research Services, LLC website.
Some know us as an online magazine for mothers, others as simply a worthwhile online resource for single mothers and mothers in blended families.
You will find practical and relevant articles and editorials, and interactive communities for all aspects of your life. We encourage positive living and personal growth for you and assistance in making the best life for your children.
With our trustworthy, interactive message board area you will be able to view members in your state, email other members, send private messages to other members, receive email alerts when your posts have been answered, search the boards, and much more.
We continue to serve the information and online community needs of today's Single Mothers, Custodial Mothers (both single and married), as well as Single Mothers by choice.
Thank you again for visiting SearchMothers.com
SearchMothers.com serves the information and online community needs of single and married mothers. Articles, message boards, pre-screened links, and overall content focus on custodial mothering, married mothers with custody, single mothers, balancing work and family, parenting, childcare, pregnancy, relationships, healthy living, work and career, and money management.
Message Boards: Our Interactive Community
We offer a virtual place for mothers to meet, leverage each other's experiences, gain practical advice, and build contacts. Our interactive discussion boards is a place where you can express yourself, make your voice heard, and a place where you can meet other mothers that have been through similar experiences.
What We Are
SearchMothers is a free online resource for mothers, which is designed as a monthly online magazine providing feature articles on subject matter that is of great interest to single and married custodial mothers, as well as single mothers by choice. We also offer a searchable web directory, community message boards, and interactive tools, such as our Pregnancy Calendar. The pre-screened links in our directory are to quality websites, podcasts, research and more. We hope this content will enhance the lives of parents who visit.
Become A Member
Whether you are single, married, divorced, widowed, or an unmarried mom by choice or chance, or was raised by a single mother SearchMothers.com can be the online resource you are looking for. By becoming a Registered Member of SearchMothers.com, you join a community of married mothers, fathers, grandparents, newly pregnant mothers, single mothers, and more who are sharing their ideas and experiences about parenting with each other. Also, you can contribute to growing forums related to motherhood. Become A Member and post your message today, and receive the SearchMothers.com Quarterly newsletter. Don't struggle alone when you can be a part of a growing online community and maximize your potential as a single parent.
Who We are
SearchMothers.com, which initially launched in 1999, is managed by Tech Research Services, LLC, located in Southern New Jersey. We hope you enjoy the resources the site has to offer and thank the many people who have contributed to its longevity. Sonina Matteo, Founder of SearchMothers.com, is married with two children.
Sonina is the owner of Tech Research Services, a southern New Jersey based business.
There were 11.7 million single parents living with their children in 2010. Of these, 9.9 million were single mothers and 1.8 million were single fathers. Source: America's Families and Living Arrangements: 2010
38% - is the percentage of opposite-sex, unmarried-partner households that included at least one biological child of either partner.
Source: Source: America's Families and Living Arrangements: 2010
Living Arrangements - 2010 - Source: U.S. Census Bureau Report