A new app on the tech scene allows for new moms from different walks of life to connect with each other nearby in a Tinderesque fashion, reported NBC News.
Peanut, a new app created by mom Michelle Kennedy, looks to solve that by providing a platform where moms can meet other moms in their area.
Moms sign up, build a profile, select up to three categories to describe themselves (“wine time,” “bookworm,” “single mama,” and “spiritual gangsta” are some of the options), and then find potential matches.
“When I became a mom and was looking to [socialize], everything felt very old school. All of a sudden online forums were my only option,” Kennedy told NBC News. “I thought, ‘I am not the only woman of my generation who has a child and wants to use a cool, sleek, modern product to meet other moms.'”
Kennedy has previously worked at Bumble and Badoo.
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