The Mother-Hood.com is an online magazine geared towards the savvy families of London. We feature events, shops and family-friendly happenings in the London area.  Whether it’s a new cafe just off the high street with a stash of crayons or a great local event, we bring you the best the city has to offer families.



Monique McGoey-Rabone, Founder
Monique is the founder and publisher of The MotherHood. Canadian-born, she spent 10 years working in the music industry as a talent agent and an event producer for global brands before becoming a mum. After relocating to London, it was time to switch from the fast-paced world of clubs and concerts to uncovering the best hangouts and things to do for parents instead.  She lives in west London with her husband and daughter.



Angela Lo
Angela is a Jersey girl who has been living in London since 2007 when her Swiss-American husband was transferred for work across the pond.   You can follow her at Lattes and Juice which showcases kids’ and mommys’ fashion, child-friendly London, all of her travels and latest obsessions.


Jessica Jeffreys
Jessica is a new-ish mum living in and loving west London. She’s likely to be seen drinking coffee in Chiswick or on the Askew Road and most places in between. She also relishes escaping when she can – particularly to her native Cornwall. She lives with her husband and, as of March 2012, little girl ‘Scrip’ (not her real name, they’re not that cruel). Find her on newmumblings.com or @newmumblings or instagram: newmumblings


Holly Tuppen
Holly has been writing about adventures near and far ever since setting off on a two-year “around the world without flying” adventure in 2008. Today she lives in Hammersmith with her 10-month-old son, exploring London and beyond. Alongside writing for the likes of The Guardian, Mr & Mrs Smith, Running in Heels and Real Travel Magazine, Holly is editor of Green Hotelier and runs the blog Weekendist. Find out more on www.hollytuppen.com or @hollytuppen.

Sue Lancaster

Sue Lancaster
An Essex girl, Sue came to London 12 years ago and never left. She moved to West Kensington with her now-husband, then spent a couple of years living in Stamford Brook, before finally settling down in Mortlake. Prior to becoming a mum, Sue worked in TV production. She now stays at home, looking after toddler Tabitha and writing whenever she can.