We hope that when you walk through our doors you immediately feel at ease as you enter into a space that is safe and magical for your child, and also a space that feels like a special experience for yourself. The Bunny Hive is designed to give you a place to feel like your “old self”, enjoying the things you have always loved — conversation, friends, good music — and blending these passions with your new, incredible identity of being a parent. It's a place to spend precious time bonding with your most beloved little person and making new friends along the way who are also in this special stage of life.
Brittany combines her love of community, events, and child development with her background in business and marketing to work on all things The Bunny Hive. Prior to The Bunny Hive, she worked at Harvard Business School and The University of Virginia Darden School of Business. She hopes to blend both her professional background and personal experience of motherhood to create a truly special, safe, and whimsical space for parents and children.
The inception of The Bunny Hive goes back to when Brittany moved to Atlanta from Boston with her husband, Mark, and then 2-month old son, Jack. She was looking for a space to feel at home in her new city as she floated around town, dropping into different baby offerings here and there, but there wasn’t anything that felt quite right. As she worked to make friends for herself and Jack, she missed the community atmosphere she had experienced at boutique fitness studios before having a baby and now that she was a mom, she felt like it was impossible to fully dive into a fitness studio community any time soon. She wished there was a place that blended her desire to spend time with baby and expose him to engaging activities, and also allowed her meet other parents in the area and develop that tight-knit community she missed. So the idea of The Bunny Hive was born with the help of one of her dearest friends, Katy.
Brittany and Mark live in Ashford Park with their now two-year-old, Jack, and his little brother, Harry. Brittany loves iced coffee, tacos, and embracing all things Boy Mom.
Katy is passionate about early childhood education, relationship building, and development. Prior to The Bunny Hive, she held a variety of roles in the education and non-profit industries including: the founding executive director of a chapter of a youth development organization called The First Tee, an early education teacher, a community affairs manager at an international school in Shanghai, and an application reader for Princeton University.
Katy found herself in a situation similar to Brittany when she moved away from New York City with a six month old and was looking to create a network of support with fellow young families. With a background in youth development and early childhood education, Katy knew the importance of exposing her son, John, to new environments and social activities, but struggled to find a variety of classes that met both of their needs in terms of community, convenience, and developmental readiness. Together she and Brittany began dreaming of a place that met these needs and together created the concept of The Bunny Hive.
Katy has a two-year-old named John and a baby girl named Eleanor. She loves traveling and cooking with her husband, Will, running marathons, and eating any and all seafood.
Chelsea graduated from Georgia College & State University with a degree in English and Creative Writing. She has an extensive background in childcare and has performed in several children’s productions around the world.
Jordan is currently obtaining her Masters of Education in School Counseling from Georgia State University. She hopes to focus on social-emotional learning in elementary school-age children and become a Registered Play Therapist.
Emily is a Psychology major at Kennesaw State and plans to pursue a Masters degree in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling. She advocates for mental health on her school’s Counseling and Psychological Services’ Student Advisory Board.
Cassidy completed her undergrad at The University of Georgia and has now almost completed her Masters in the Art of Teaching program at Mercer University with an emphasis in Elementary Education.
Ansley graduated from Columbus State University with a degree in Acting, but she has always been passionate about education and the effect empathetic teachers can have on our children. Ansley also works as behavioral support for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Our classroom assistant, Jasper, works countless hours without complaint and is always willing to give a friendly hug. He’s our unofficial mascot and favorite stuffed bunny.
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Stop by our beautiful and historic studio, located in downtown Chamblee, just outside of Atlanta and only a 20 minute drive from Midtown, Buckhead, Decatur, and Alpharetta. We offer drop-in classes every day of the week, as well as 8-week Small Groups, seasonal events, and weekly support groups. Our studio is available to rent for birthday parties, baby showers, and photoshoots.
"This Insta-ready studio is dazzling and the perfect spot for your littles to engage in real sensory activities and for you to connect with other parents in a similar phase of life without feeling overstimulated. The studio is clean and elegant and designed with the new parent experience in mind."
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