Single Moms House

When the pandemic struck, Holly Harper and Herrin Hopper were friends and fellow single moms living in the Washington DC area. The two were struggling financially and decided to save money by moving in together. The pair found two other single moms who were in a similar situation, and the four families suddenly became roommates. The kids are ages 9-14 and have all become quasi-cousins since moving in together. The nontraditional living situation gives the single moms a built-in support system and extra freedom— they can come and go knowing that someone will always be there to watch the kids. The moms call their home the “Siren House” and want to expand the idea to other mom friend groups.

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