Meet The Moms Behind Guesthouse
I recently had the pleasure of meeting the lovely moms behind Guesthouse Hingham. The Guesthouse is downtown Hingham and is a unique (and brilliant) idea where locals can reach and experience brands that we otherwise don’t have around town. I’m excited to share with you a bit more about the ladies behind this space.
Meet Heather and Annie
Heather – I grew up here in Hingham and still live in Hingham
◇ How many kids do you each have?
A – Eddie 13, Daniel 11, Mebane 9, Harry 2
H – Sam 13, Cooper 11, Tripp 11
◇ Wow! Tell me what to expect with 11 and 13 year olds 🙂
H – Our oldest son Sam is adopted – arriving home from the airport to our entire family to meet Sam (who was only 13 months old)
A – Telling my three older kids I was pregnant with Harry. They were old enough to get excited with us.
◇ What is the toughest part about being a mom?
A- Calendar Management
H – Knowing when to back off
◇ What is the best advice you have received as a mom?
A & H – Listen to your gut. You know your child and family better than anybody else.
◇ What is the best advice you would like to give to a new mom or = a mom in the thick of it (like moi!) 🙂
A & H – take time to shower every single day.
◇ What is one thing you never leave the house without?
A – phone and water bottle
◇ What is something our readers would be surprised to know about you?
A – My husband Steve and I moved to Denver with our three kids (before Harry) for one year
H – My husband Rick and I met at South Junior High in Hingham and started dating when we were sophomores at Hingham High School
◇ Speaking of hubbies, Local date night spot?
H – the snack bar at Pilgrim (HAHA – my husband is a coach and we spend too much time up there).
◇ Ha! Okay, favorite must have product for moms?
H – Coconut oil
◇ Favorite Quote?
“If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, Leave.” By. Mo Willems
◇ Tell us how you two met and how Guesthouse came to be.
We met through mutual friends when we our oldest kids were little.
The Guesthouse came out of a few walks/ talks and both of us wanting to work for ourselves. Heather has a friend in NYC that owns The Drawing Room. We knew this new retail model could work we just needed to tweak it for suburban life.
Check out TSSM’s calendar often to see what’s coming up in 2019 for Guesthouse Hingham!