This year Unilab as tribute to moms and the month celebration of Mother’s Day come up with Hey Mom! This is a website in where Filipino mothers can access and exchange information that will help them in their everyday task. This will also serve as an online community of Filipino mothers that can be accessible anytime.
Unilab launched Hey Mom! Just this May 8, 2014 at Aracama Manila. The gorgeous Ms. Bianca Valerio hosts the event. In addition, a single mom she can relate to the other mom’s looking for answers and information in being a mom and a parent.
Topics in Hey Mom
- Raising Kids
- Health and many more
Who can Benefit of Hey Mom?
- Expecting Moms
- Experienced Moms
For Moms, By Moms
“Mothers are naturally hungry for information when it comes to parenting and their children but because information is readily available on the internet, it can get confusing for moms. We also want to acknowledge that there is no single rule when it comes to parenting. What worked for one mom may not necessarily work for another and this where Hey Mom! Can help,” says Mildred Manansala, Unilab Assistant Media Manager for Hey Mom.
Unilab also added mom personalities who will contribute to the site. They will be giving advice on motherhood and parenting with their articles…
Mom personalities are VJ Amanda Griffin Jacob, Actress Mylene Dizon and Mom Blogger Noemi Dado. They will be all be sharing their experience in both motherhood and parenting.
“We take pride in the fact that Hey Mom! Does not offer one point of view but explores different opinions and parenting styles. We encourage conversations between our members in our portal, as we know that moms usually listen to other moms. Even our celebrity moms offer different perspectives when it comes to motherhood. We want our members to consider Hey Mom! As an online sisterhood that can be their reliable support system in their parenting concerns,” adds Manansala.
To register and find out more details about Hey Mom, users can visit heymom.com.ph or join us on www.facebook.com/heymomph.