Year One Program

Often the most difficult and exciting time in your journey as a parent of multiples is the first year. In order to provide the educational, emotional, and community support new families of multiples so often need, SFOM has created a program exclusively for new and expectant parents of multiples. The Year One program offers monthly meetings and is offered free of charge to members (and prospective members who would like to learn more about SFOM), who are currently pregnant with multiples or have multiples age 0-12 months.

Monthly drop-in meetings occur on a Saturday morning, September – June, and include a variety of speakers to discuss topics and questions that frequently arise during pregnancy and as you get to know your new babies. The Year One program provides a non-judgmental environment in which you are free to arrive late, leave early, come in your pajamas, feed/breastfeed, tend to fussy babies, ask difficult questions or just listen to the tried-and-true advice of your fellow parents of multiples and local parenting experts. We also hope that you will meet and form friendships with other parents.


We transitioned to meeting online during the pandemic, and continue to have some of our meetings online. We meet in-person for a few topics, such as babywearing. Check the event details on our public Facebook page or in our member portal Neon.

Meetings Calendar

Monthly meetings occur on a Saturday morning, September – June. All expectant parents of multiples and parents in your first year of parenting multiples, are invited. See our Events page for upcoming dates and topics. Our meetings are also posted on our public Facebook page.

Past Topics

We revisit many of these topics each year, so that a new group of expectant and new parents can benefit from the discussions.

For more information about the Year One Program, please contact

Ready to join?

Seattle Families of Multiples (SFOM) membership is open to parents and guardians of multiples (twins, triplets, or more) — including parents who are currently pregnant with multiples — who reside in the greater Seattle area.