Calling all mums! Motherpedia.com.au launches
Connect. Share. Learn. Grow.
By mums, for mums - motherpedia.com.au helps mums connect and share their experiences and advice for everyday life.
Founder, Kate McQuestin said that motherpedia.com.au was about delivering an entertaining and informative place for mums to make friends and share the joys and challenges of raising kids from birth and beyond.
"We all know motherhood is one of the most rewarding and challenging jobs in the world. There is no instruction manual to raising kids. They are all different and motherhood is a journey filled with many surprises."
"Motherpedia.com.au will provide mums with a platform to ask questions of other mums and communicate their experiences, ideas and tips for everyday life in a supportive environment."
"Additionally, motherpedia.com.au will deliver news and current affairs of interest to mums, as well as inspiring mum stories and opinion pieces on topical issues."
"They will also be able to have their say on topical issues via our interactive forum The Natter, save money on great deals via motherpedia's Mummy Savers and connect to mum friendly product and services through our directory."
"Motherpedia.com.au is commited to supporting our community of mums and will contribute funds from its advertising to organisations like the Salvation Army's Oasis Youth Network, who give assistance to mums needing a helping hand."
"We will also champion issues of importance to mums and give a voice to mums without one." McQuestin said.
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