"Being The Unity In
Motherhood Community"

Welcome to Minder!

An idea made reality by moms who were tired of the small talk. Hello Minder was named to literally translate to Mommy Tinder. Finding mom friends is just like dating. So we are making it easy to find your soul sister, one city at a time.

Enjoy The Mother Community

They say it takes a village. Well who is they and where did they go? Being a mom, especially a stay at home mom can be extremely isolating. Somewhere along the way, we lost our community. So Hello Minder’s goal is to put the unity back in community. If you’ve been looking for your tribe, you’ve found it.

Find Your People - Are You A Minder?

How many social media groups are you in where you can’t seem to connect with anyone? Or maybe you feel like you would be friends with someone in the group, but you don’t want to come off as that desperate mom begging for friends? Guess what, all Minders are desperate moms begging for friends. That’s why we host multiple events per month so you CAN make those friends you are craving. Drama free, strong and supportive women is what every mom needs by her side. That is what a Minder is. Are you a Minder?

Our Most Recent Articles

Blog
Kristen Kehl

The Family Bed

I didn’t really plan to be a co-sleeping parent, it just happened organically. As a newborn, both my kids slumber in sleep baskets in the bed with my husband and me. They both transitioned to their own rooms in a crib, after six weeks or so. We read the books and followed the to-do’s of sleep safety like every parent should. It was around four months old when…

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Curvy Corner
Natalie Martinez

Nat’s Loaded Baked Potato Soup

Craving Loaded Baked Potato Soup but not all of the calories? This recipe is naturally wheat free, and can easily be made to be vegetarian and even vegan! There is no need for a roux with bleached flour because the natural starches in potatoes help thicken the stock, and blending cooked potatoes helps create a thick and creamy base.

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Blog
Kristen Kehl

Why My Toddler Is Whining

“Mommy. No! That’s teddy’s blanket,” she whines to me. The blanket she is referring to is a striped burp cloth draped over my shoulder, which was indeed Teddy’s blanket last night. “It’s okay honey, Teddy said I could borrow it.” I have to tread lightly with this one because, Teddy is territorial of his belongings. “Noooooooo!” She wails, as the tears start streaming down her face.

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Recipes
Kristen Kehl

Cranberry Brie Appetizer

Good food and the holidays are synonymous. Sure, we celebrate with family, gather together to share gifts and memories, but the one thing that is always constant: are the delicious family recipes.. So, I’d like to share my favorite holiday appetizer, which is simple to make and a total crowd pleaser.

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Blog
Kim Bryant

Reflections of a Conflicted Step-Grandparent

It’s mid-morning on a sunny Saturday, and I am chilling in my bedroom, reading a Sue Grafton murder mystery. The double bedroom doors are wide open and a little voice just piped, “Hi, Miss Kim,” at the doorway as my seven-year-old bonus granddaughter headed to her new room at my house to get something.

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Blog
Kelly Miller

Granny Gram – The New Edition

After living, what I can only describe as turbulent single motherhood, I have earned the right to enjoy my grandchildren. Watching my family expand rebuilds a purpose and vigor I have been missing.

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