HAKAB NA! 2017: Get ready for the Big Latch On! 

My darling bubba’s latched on and is breastfeeding as I blog about this- Great! Yes?! 

Oh well,  it is almost the time of the year again for all the mummy tribes to unite for the Big Latch On. As August is breastfeeding awareness month, HAKAB NA! 2017 – the biggest gathering of breastfeeding supporters, families and advocates- will be happening on 5th August 2017.  This event hosted by the online support group, Breastfeeding Pinays, will be held at Smart-Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City.  At the very core of the event will be the Big Latch On (BLO), an international activity where breastfeeding moms all over the world will simultaneously get their babies to latch on and altogether breastfeed for or within a minute to set a world record. The event aims to promote both the health and economic reasons of breastfeeding. It also aims to share awareness that breastfeeding is all normal and natural and that mothers should not be shamed or be ashamed for breastfeeding even in public places. 

I support breastfeeding because I believe in the benefits my milk can provide my son. 

This event is also supported by the Department of Health (DOH), Philippines.

Those who wish to join will need to register online through the link below:

register here for the HAKAB NA! 2017 event

Here is the link to the event page for more detailed information

Tara, hakab na!

~ Mummy Chelle


First blog post (ok, that was actually the default title)

I have been pondering for months about starting a mummy blog.  I used to write for several of my personal blogsites (most are inactive)  but I am hoping to write about a different content this time. This will be a place where I will write about my musings about motherhood, the hits and misses; highs and lows. I will likely write about my adoration for my bubba.  In the future, I wish to do reviews of mummy/ baby products and also share recipes and activities I do with my little one. Heck, it can also be anything under the sun. 

~Mummy Chelle