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.
Dana Macario moved two years ago from a suburb of Seattle to Maui, Hawaii, and though she’s met a lot of people — from neighborhood acquaintances to car pool moms — finding a core group of mom friends has been a slow process.
She met a few people through her husband, who grew up in the area, but is always on the hunt for more like-minded moms.
The Mom Co app “helps women break the ice and saves you from that awkward feeling of when you meet a cool mom, but you are shy and don’t want to ask for a number.” A recent poll found an interesting dichotomy in the mom friend search.
Of more than 2,000 mom's polled, 82 percent said they find it hard to make mom friends.
But I was looking for casual play dates and advice,” she said.
These days, as she contemplates having another child, she uses it as a resource for day-to-day happenings in the city.
“They were in their early 40s, married to hedge funders, living in penthouses.