Vancouver Mom > featured mom

This week’s Mom to Follow is Natassia Valli, mama of one, wife, part time HR professional and rookie mama blogger. Her little branch of the mama blogging world is focused on sharing her journey through motherhood, and baby/toddler fashion. In her spare time, Natassia and her family can be found outdoors exploring their neighbourhood of…

This week’s Vancouver Mom to Follow is soup(er) star, Gayle McLeod! She calls the Dunbar area of Vancouver home where she lives with her husband and two children. An enthusiastic family-feeder, Gayle is the owner and creative force behind her business, The Soup Solution, delivering locally-made, wholesome comfort foods to Greater Vancouver. Experiencing first hand…

This week’s Mom to Follow is Xanat Guiot (AKA Shan), a Vancouver blogger and public relations consultant. Originally from Mexico, before becoming a mom and moving to Canada three years ago, she used to work as a PR Account Supervisor for a global agency. One of her passions is writing, so when she came to Canada,…

This week’s Mom to Follow is Emelia Symington Fedy is a performer, writer, radio producer and creator of tryingtobegood.com, the website that talks about darkness to shed some light. Emelia loves working with women online and in person, supporting them in putting their creativity first, at all costs, because if we are not doing what…

Harriet is the Community Manager at Crisp Media. In her other life, she’s a mom about town where she explores cafes, beaches, forests, pools, restaurants and open spaces with her husband and 6-year-old son. Oh … and takes a lot of Instagram photos.

Cher is a mom of two and owner of the new concept store Underables, which partners with ethical, sustainable and charitable Brands worldwide, some in Canada for the first time. She is passionate about supporting businesses that create positive change and is one of the founding Board Members of the Green Chamber of Commerce BC. More than anything, she loves a sunny day outside with her family, and watching the baby sleep (hear hear!).