Hey Mumma is on its way! Launching June 6.
Hey Mumma is on its way! Launching June 6. Marc Stapelberg

Hey Mumma launching soon!

BUCKLE up, we're about to dive headfirst into the crazy world that is being a mum.

Hey Mumma is the latest series by Australian Regional Media where we tackle a different topic each week to cover the best and the worst parts of motherhood and it's launching June 6.

Anchored by a weekly online video series, and propped up by stacks of interesting stories, Hey Mumma will live on our websites, as well as in the Weekend Magazine every Saturday.

Who better to steer the ship than four everyday mums and Madam Butterfly herself, Australian swimming champion Susie O'Neill.

We put a call out to find four mums from the regions to feature in the six week series and we sure got some interesting and amazing personalities - we're positive you'll love them as much as we do.

The webisodes feature roundtable-type discussions with the mums voicing their opinions on different topics each week - from smacking to technology, health, 'me-time' and everything in between.

We've called on the experts, asked the hard questions and had our mummas in fits of tears, laughter and rage during the creation of this series, and we're sure every mum will relate.

Hey Mumma launches right here on Monday, June 6. Get ready to delve into the lives of everyday Aussie women fighting the good fight. We can't wait to introduce you. 

Stay up to date with our posts on the Hey Mumma Facebook page

 



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