A parent coach is a veteran parent, who's been there and done it! You must be enthusiastic about helping and supporting other parents and willing to commit 5-6 hours per month for video calls and chatting with parents, through our app.
I am 30 years old with a 1-year-old girl, named Memphis, and due with a baby boy in June. Joining the 2 under 2 club and excited to have my kids close together, but also already exhausted and it hasn’t even begun yet! I live in Temecula, California, and I typically enjoy going camping or doing anything active and drinking wine in the evenings (when I’m not pregnant). I’m a stay-at-home mom but also have my own side business/hobby helping moms sleep train their babies. It became my passion when I had a rough time with my daughter who I swear is my forever colicky child. She is so smart and fun to be around but also fierce and vocal which tests my patience daily. You could say she takes after her mama.
My name is Brittani. I’m a 30 something mother of 2 boys, one in heaven and one on earth. I live in North Central Ohio and survive on strong, black coffee and cuss words. My first son, Sawyer, was stillborn in 2016 and 11 months later my rainbow Landon (4) appeared. I work full time while also being a caregiver to my boyfriend who is awaiting a heart transplant. My life is chaos but I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Hi, my name is Shanda and I live in California and I have two little ones (ages 2 and 4)! When I became pregnant with my first, I tried to plan every single thing out. I had no idea that my entire plan and my idea of motherhood would be flipped on its head. I had always been a planner but my journey through motherhood was just not something I could have anticipated. I remember watching What to Expect When You're Expecting and thinking my pregnancy and birthing experience might mirror that of Cameron Diaz's character. In reality, my experience mirrored that of Elizabeth Bank's character Wendy -- planning every single thing out, peeing my pants in public -- only to end up with an emergency c section. I will say, I am incredibly grateful for my journey and am continually excited for where it will take my family and me.
When I was 25, I was pregnant with my first son. One month and four days after he was born, my mom passed away from cancer. With the support of moms (and my best friend) I met online, I made it through. 25 months later I gave birth to my second son. I was able to stay home with them in the 'burbs of Cleveland and watch them become the best of friends. When my youngest turned 5, I started working remotely. Now its all about balancing zoom calls and snack requests! Nothing about the journey is ever easy, but the tribe we build around ourselves makes all the difference.