Are You Our Mum Of The Year?
Mother & Baby Magazine Australia|April - May 2018

Do you have what it takes to be the 2018 M&B Mum of the Year?

The 2018 Australian Mother & Baby Awards highlight the star products and innovations in the Australian nursery industry. As part of the event, we’re also looking for Australia’s Mum of the Year.

Mums play a crucial role in shaping who we are, so M&B is on the hunt for a mother who has gone that extra mile for her children and the community. Perhaps you’ve overcome difficult circumstances and are an inspiration to others, or maybe you’ve set a shining example of what it takes to be a great mother. There are many mums out there with extraordinary stories, and we want to hear all about them.

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