Why Millennial Moms & Dads Are Different
Let’s State the Obvious (To Us), Shall We?
Buckle in because we’re about to affirm what you’ve known ALL ALONG about being a Millennial parent with what feels like breaking news (why though?) to everyone else.
You’re in between — a completely new hybrid of baby-wrangler and boss.
You’re not a SAHM or Dad and you’re not chasing down a promotion at the office. Nope. You’re in between chasing around a tiny human one minute and chasing down biz dreams the next.
A lot of parents run in this “in between hybrid” life — aka — the nurture of your home life and the passion of your profession all at once.
You know it all too well.
And if that isn’t enough, you constantly straddle an imaginary line between arbitrary old school standards (your job is to raise the kids) and modern ideals of success (your job is your entire life).
But the line isn’t real (even though the struggle is) because you’re not one or the other.
So how do you navigate this hybrid space, this never seen before, this authentic or bust parent and professional at-the-same-time life?
And for the love of God, how do you thrive while doing it?
We Created the Work/Life Answers We All Needed
That’s exactly what we wanted to figure out, so we decided to go big or go home (literally) and do something about it.
NurtureHome is our answer — born out of a very real felt need to have our lifestyle — and the lifestyles of legit like all of our entrepreneurial Millennial mom and dad friends — supported.We’re creating a community and space in NYC for YOU and the things you hold dearest — namely, the little rock stars you’re raising AND the business of your dreams.
You live a totally different life than your parents and grandparents did, so the systems to support you, your fam, and your career have got to rise to the occasion to meet you in this brave new world of parent and professional.
The co-working space model we’ve all seen and come to know is fabulous — IF you don’t have kids or if you’ve got cash to burn to pay for a reputable nanny in order to show up solo.
When you’re just trying to finish one single, solitary project without getting blasted by a stream of unending questions, potty times, and general “MOMMY! MOMMY! MOMMY!” interruptions, how exactly are you supposed to do the work to pay for that fancy NYC nanny anyway?
Outside the Box
As millennial parents, we think out of the box because we have to.
And that is why we’re so excited to challenge the established norms of co-working spaces and create a place especially designed for us AND our little ones.
At NurtureHome, you get the peace and quiet (what’s that? brb, phoning a friend) to slay your work, the opportunity to actually have conversations with other adults (I’m not crying, you’re crying), and the peace of mind to have your baby in the same space, engaged in an early learning program, and oh so close if they need you (they’ll do great).
NurtureHome exists because we do.
Tap here to get on the waitlist for our NYC grand opening.
We know you’re reading this on the toilet and that your little one is clawing at the door.
You can read our 7 Stress Relief Techniques Backed By Neuroscience guide we’re about to send you the next time you haggle with your angel for alone time in the porcelain throne room.
Help is on the way.