“They were in their early 40s, married to hedge funders, living in penthouses.I was in a small two-bedroom apartment and working nights,” she said.Meg Gerritson, co-founder of Hello Mamas, says the app is about empowering moms to get out of the house and meet other moms in an efficient way.
Lambert liked that she could pick and choose what information she wanted to share.
“I wasn’t looking for best friends — my hours are totally wacky.
That’s when she realized the importance of finding understanding friends. You go out and hang with these new mom friends but they aren’t a good fit because they don’t know what to do when your child is screaming and throwing up all over the place.
Everyone is feeding their kids peanut butter and jelly,” she said.
The event was a roaring success, says Frank, with moms not wanting to be pulled away by facilitators when the four minutes were up.