Baby Boom J. C. Wiatt J. C. Wiatt, a highly motivated Manhattan manager (nicknamed “Tiger Lady”) is committed to her demanding and high-profile job. Steven Buchner is her boyfriend and an investment banker. They both are happily focused on their careers and are not interested in having children. J.C. was shocked to learn that Elizabeth, a toddler abandoned by a distant cousin is actually her “inheritance”.
In a bid to not disrupt her busy life and also clueless about childcare, J.C. arranges to give the child up for adoption. However, she becomes close to Elizabeth and is forced by J.C. to re-evaluate her priorities. Steven does not want to being a parent, so she decides to go back to work and take care of Elizabeth. Steven leaves after their amicable separation. J.C.’s boss, Fritz Curtis, offers her the opportunity to become a partner in the firm. The CEO Hughes Larrabee is interested in having J.C. handle the account of his company of the same name, The Food Chain. J.C. lands Elizabeth the account and Ken Arrenberg, her protege is assigned to her staff.
Unable to keep a balance between working and family life, J.C. hires a series of nannies and enrolls Elizabeth in classes for early development since motherhood is soon to take up the majority of her time. J.C. informs Fritz that Ken has been making decisions with out her involvement. Surprisingly, Fritz informs her for the sake of the company, Ken will be in charge of the account. J.C. will be reassigned to a client who is less well-known, allowing her to spend more time with Elizabeth. Fritz said that Fritz had to make a choice between his job or his family. Fritz postponed her promotion.
Disappointed, J.C. quits, and is forced to move along with Elizabeth to a farmhouse located in Vermont. The house is purchased without having seen it in person or having it examined and finds that it is plagued by problems (failing heating and plumbing and water supply, as well as a bad roof). She is overwhelmed by her loneliness and the rising costs of her new house, as well as a lack of patience and cash. On the brink of financial collapse and suffering from a nervous breakdown She meets local veterinarian Dr. Jeff Cooper. She initially doesn’t like Jeff and would prefer to stay away from him. It’s almost impossible to find a buyer for the house. Elizabeth sees an opportunity to sell “gourmet” baby food applesauce she concocted for Elizabeth with fresh ingredients. The company grows from a modest business to a fully fledged business called “Country Baby” after a difficult beginning. J.C. and Jeff fall in love while her business grows , and the company receives orders from all over the nation.
Then, Fritz reaches out to J.C. with an offer from The Food Chain to acquire Country Baby, and she returns to her former company to talk with Larrabee and her former colleagues. They outline the multi-million dollar agreement to purchase her company and to distribute its products throughout the nation and offer an attractive salary, a Manhattan apartment, as well as other advantages. The company is willing to take the deal and she would be back into her prestigious and powerful former life in corporate career of New York, J.C. decides to change her mind and rejects Fritz’s offer. J.C. is confident she will be able to grow her business herself without having to sacrifice her relationship with Elizabeth and Jeff. She will return home to Jeff and Elizabeth in Vermont, content with her new role as a mother-in-law and girlfriend as well as the chief executive officer of her own flourishing business. Baby Boom HD