1971: The first historical mention of CAMOM was in a 1971 phone book where a group of mothers listed themselves as a “Columbia Mothers of Twins Club''.
1986: Columbia Area Mothers of Twins Club organized and created bylaws, May 1986 the organizers appeared on the front cover of Columbia Magazine.
2000: The group changed its name to reflect the group’s increase in higher-order multiples.
2011: The organization became incorporated as a non-profit organization.
2016: CAMOM’s name is inscribed on a lakefront brick below the People Tree at the Kittamaqundi lakefront in honor of Columbia’s 50th Birthday Celebration.
2017: CAMOM unveils new logo and color scheme with help from the family of member Meghan Weber.
2019: Permanent records of CAMOM's organizational history are stored at the Columbia Archives.
2021: CAMOM celebrates ten years as a non-profit and over fifty years in the Columbia, Maryland area!