Us Mamas

Hola Moms & Dads,

We are a group of mothers who were inspired (by our own cheeky kids) to create a platform that would be educational to mothers-to-be, new moms and dads as well as parents of young children.

We also wanted it to act as a resource, pointing our fellow moms and dads to services and products that are part and parcel of the journey of motherhood. Most importantly, it is also our intention for all of us to share experiences and knowledge, as we jointly navigate the joy of motherhood.

To parenthood and beyond.

Leticia is an entrepreneur, a business owner, president of an association, a published author, a career woman and a working mother of a cheeky princess. Juggling the different hats while trying to be an empowered woman is a tiring but hopefully/ ultimately rewarding journey. From the life lessons that motherhood has taught her to the hair-pulling moments in life, mamas, you are not alone and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. You can have it all, it just takes a bit of effort sprinkled with a lot of humour.


A mother to three kids – a boy, a girl and a fur-kid, Michelle currently resides in Melbourne with her family. Having had to bring up her children independently with no village, she thoroughly understands the challenges of juggling the children, work and home duties altogether whilst trying to strike a balance and keep her sanity. She acknowledges that there is no perfect way to parent but through sharing of experiences, we can all be each other’s tribe without judgement, as we navigate the reality of parenting, and learn to embrace the chaos and the rewards of being a parent, but at the same time, letting go the need to be steadfastly perfect.


Weyn Ngumbang is a mother of a spunky boy on the spectrum, who loves sketching daily and he sure knows a thing or two in teaching Mom to see life through a different lens of perspective. As a working single parent, she enjoys embarking this life journey of adventure with her son and capturing every moment like it is her last.

Boys: Less drama than girls, but harder to keep alive.