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A Big Thank You!

A Big Thank You!

Wow! What a crazy couple of weeks. Thank you to each and every person who has shown support for the Essex Girl campaign. Whether you have signed the petition, shared a photo or used the #IAmAnEssexGirl hashtag. We are just two women and a laptop, so the overwhelming response, both from social media and the press, is testament to the incredible support we have received from everyone along the way...

The Mother Hub Meets: Emily Norris

The Mother Hub Meets: Emily Norris

Emily Norris is a vlogger, marketeer and busy mum. We caught up with her at home Brentwood just two weeks after the birth of her third son, Jackson (what a cutie!) As a busy mother of three, Emily, has come a long way in the last two years. Her Youtube channel has grown to over fourteen thousand subscribers, she's joined the Channel Mum vlogging team and is fast becoming a favourite with brands who want to reach an audience of mums. Emily was also the first woman in the UK to live stream her labour on Facebook! If you'd like to find out more about the lady in front of the camera then read on.

We've been pumpkin Huntin'

We've been pumpkin Huntin'

Here at The Mother Hub, we absolutely love autumn. The changing of the colours, the crisp mornings, cosy evenings spent sipping hot chocolate under blankets and then of course there is Halloween! We LOVE Halloween..and as lots of our family birthdays happen to fall in October, it's always guaranteed to be a time full of celebrations, fancy dress and last but not least "Pumpkin Huntin'" 

Essex girl campaign update: #iamanessexgirl

Essex girl campaign update: #iamanessexgirl

Thank you so much for all your support for the #IAmAnEssexGirl campaign! We are quite overwhelmed with all comments that have been coming in - clearly there are many of you out there who feel as passionately as we do about this! Quite a few people have asked who came up with the definitions...

Fighting Stereotypes: I am an Essex Girl

Fighting Stereotypes: I am an Essex Girl

"Unintelligent", "materialistic", "sexually promiscuous" and "devoid of taste". These terms simply don't define the women we know, heck even the ones we don't know but see around us every day; it doesn't define the paramedic who helped one of our daughters on the way to hospital, the mum at school who tirelessly fundraises while juggling a full time job...