Ali

In coming to Nido I found one of the biggest benefits to be the ability to ask other parents about their experiences. I’m not always looking for an answer, but sometimes it’s just nice to ask the question “Am I doing okay?” and get a little reaffirmation from another real life human.

— ALI, OWNER AND BAKER, EAST DURHAM BAKESHOP

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Maggie

We love Nido! It’s amazing to be part of a community of like-minded parents. Not only do I get time to work uninterrupted, but it’s really nice to be around people in the same boat to ask for advice or just have a sympathetic ear sometimes.

— MAGGIE, OWNER, THE GOODNESS FACTORY DIGITAL MARKETING AGENCY

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Theresa

At Nido, I’m freed from my obligations to everything but my work—work that I find fulfilling and important and interesting but that I wasn’t finding the time for when I tried to work from home after my daughter was born.

— THERESA, FREELANCE WRITER AND EDITOR

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Kate

Nido made it possible for me to go back to work on my own terms.

— KATE, FREELANCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

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Emily

When I’m working, I know that [my children] will also be doing their own work and learning who they are alongside other children who are learning who they are. I know it’s the right environment for them and that I’m choosing what’s good for them based on who they are, and choosing what’s good for me based on who I am.

— EMILY, GRADUATE STUDENT

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Kelly

I was new to the area and feeling incredibly isolated as a new mom and trying to juggle working at home while trying not to neglect my new baby. I found the space at Nido so welcoming. I have been able to create some wonderful friendships with other parents whom I have no idea how I would have met otherwise if not for Nido.

— KELLY, REAL ESTATE APPRAISER

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