Welcome to Amarillo Area Mothers of Multiples.

Amarillo Area Mothers of Multiples ClubWe hope you’ll make yourself at home on our Website. Please enjoy our monthly blogs.

Check out our calendar of events, and read up about some of our latest news. Most importantly, learn how you can join us for the next AAMOM meeting!

Have a question? Leave a comment or e-mail an AAMOM board member. Or join AAMOM on Facebook and Twitter. We know that being a mom of multiples can be a big challenge, so we’re here to offer our support!

We hope to see you soon at a meeting.

About Us

Amarillo Area Mothers of Multiples is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to unite in helping all families of multiples with the unique aspects of multiple child rearing and development.

A.Afacebook-icon.M.O.M. was established in September 1970 and has been active ever since. Our motto is  “Where God chooses the members.”

A.A.M.O.M.’s regular meetings are the first Thursday of each month, and visitors are always welcome. Prospective members may attend three meetings and receive three newsletters before paying dues.

Annual dues are $25 for active membership, which includes all meetings, functions and monthly newsletters along with membership in the Texas Mothers of Multiples (TMOM) and Multiples of America (formerly known as National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs, Inc. NOMOTC). Associate membership is $12.50 for newsletters only.

AAMOM is a charter member of the Texas Mothers of Multiples club.

AAMOM Meeting Information

  • First Thursday of each month
  • 7 p.m.
  • For more information, contact Kentra Pope  at 806-374-1365 or any other officer.

AAMOM Board Members

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40-Year Anniversary - Pairs and Spares

September 16th, 2010 at 8:06 pm

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Francis morgan

November 23rd, 2015 at 9:00 pm

I was wondering how I can join. I have 12 year old twin girls.


Amy Talbot

February 21st, 2021 at 10:41 pm

I dont know if anyone will see this or not. My mother, LuWanna Prentice, was a member of this organization in the 80s. Im trying to contact some of her friends to let them know mom passed away. Are there any members from this time still around ?

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