If you are looking to socialise with other mums, both online and in person, then yes – Mummy Social is for you!
It’s super easy. Simply download the app and complete your profile! From there, you will be able to browse the mums’ page where you’ll find a list of all the other mums nearby. If you want to narrow down your search, you can use our filter to specify certain criteria such as the day/s of the week that work best for you, or the ages of her children if you are hoping to meet up for a playdate with your own children. You could ‘suggest a cuppa’ or write a message to an individual mum if you wish or, if you would prefer to go along to a group meet-up rather than a one-to-one coffee date, you can have a look at the upcoming Socials (these are group meet-ups that anyone can go to).
For the time being, you are only able to register for a Mummy Social account if you live in the UK.
Absolutely not. Many of our mums have children in secondary school and beyond. Don’t forget, there are new mums joining the app every day and as our numbers grow, our community of mums (and who they are mum to!) is becoming more diverse.
Socials can be arranged by any Mummy Social mum, including you! It’s really easy – think of something you’d like to do, click the ‘suggest a new social’ button, fill in a few details and that’s it. It’s just an easy way to invite others to come with you on your next park trip or cafe visit!
As always when meeting new people, you must take responsibility for your own safety. Don’t give out too much personal information, always meet in a public place and let someone else know where you are going. You’ll be reminded of this when putting your name down to attend a social and you’ll also see you can ‘verify’ another mum via the ‘We’ve already met’ button on their profile.
Content is member monitored. On all messages, socials and chat posts you’ll find a ‘report’ link please use this if you want to flag something and this will be reviewed by our team.
We hear you. In fact, we have thought long and hard, on more than one occasion, about opening Mummy Social up to dads to encourage a wider ‘Parent Social’ community. However, following feedback from focus groups, we discovered many of our mums felt uncomfortable at the idea of a mixed-sex parenting app, particularly when it came to the chat area where there may be posts about sensitive women’s topics such as pregnancy and sex after childbirth. That isn’t to say we won’t be involving dads in future, we’re just not quite sure how we can make it work yet.
If you would like to discuss advertising your business within the Mummy Social app, please email firstname.lastname@example.org