Peanut Pages is Peanut's new community feature which gives users a chance to share status updates on how they're feeling with peers virtually.
Launched in 2017, the platform has often been described as "Tinder for moms" and aims to connect Millennial moms who can often feel lonely and overwhelmed as new parents. The app was founded by former Bumble and Badoo executive Michelle Kennedy and is available to those in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. Its latest feature acts as an online sharing space for members and features discussion boards which will be moderated by Peanut's MVP (Most Valuable Peanuts) users.
Promoting more understanding of the daily highs and lows of parenthood, Peanut Pages ensures moms can share real-time status updates about topics like sleepless nights or updates on gently used baby clothing donations that are available in their area.
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