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Celebrating Motherhood

Kimi Juan

What values do you hope to instill in your children?

The most important thing for me is to be able to teach my daughter to love the world around her and to care for the Earth. To be able to practice sustainability and be passionate about living a conscious life.

How do you explore creativity with your children?

By showing her the world. It’s fascinating when they see and feel things for the first time. She’s still young but I like taking her outside to feel the breeze and look at the trees and flowers.

Your favourite go-to’s when finding balance between motherhood and self care?

Right now it’s just taking some quiet time. Since my daughter is only 4 months old, it’s been a bit hectic and just having that one quiet moment already is self care for me and it helps me recharge.



What are the greatest lessons your children have taught you?

Patience. I was never the patient type but I’m able to practice this with my daughter and I’m grateful.

You feel most empowered when…

I see my daughter grow.

What lessons from your own mother have guided your motherhood journey?

My mother always said ‘take things as they come’. I’m a big overthinker and I tend to anticipate things before they happen but it’s been a huge help when I think about what my mom said to me. It’s so important to live in the now.

How would you describe your approach to parenting?

Gentle.

Dita Sherlock

What values do you hope to instill in your children?

For me - to be kind, be mindful of others and love. They are still very small but that’s the most important things for me.


Your favourite go-to’s when finding balance between motherhood and self care?

My home - I am very home person and that way I show my children as well that they don’t need to go anywhere to find their safe place.


What are the greatest lessons your children have taught you?

That everything you plan very carefully could go in a very different way. I need to lower my expectations and learn to let go and accept.

Illera Anne

What values do you hope to instill in your children? 

I would like to teach my children to respect others, the love of simple things, and especially to make them appreciate the diversity on this earth.

How do you explore creativity with your children?

I do almost everything with them, he inspires me a lot, we are in a way the 3 musketeers.

Your favourite go-to’s when finding balance between motherhood and self care?

It took me a long time to find this balance between life as a mother and my life as a woman, I have been patient and gentle with myself for a long time. The mental burden can drive us crazy so I took motherhood differently. it's not easy every day, now that my daughter is going to school it is much easier.

What are the greatest lessons your children have taught you? 

My children taught me to enjoy the present moment - above all, they made me see life differently.
I discover myself everyday and I learn everyday.

Rebecca Burrow

What values do you hope to instill in your children?

I want my girls to know that they can do whatever they hope to achieve by not competing with others. Taking competition out of your day to day life, and approaching the world with the view of always being able to lift other people up and help others. Not only helping those around you gives you a greater sense of satisfaction, self love and is always better for you in the long run.

I also want them to dream big. Trust in their intuition. Be open and honest and truthful to themselves.

How do you explore creativity with your children?

Being a work from home mum, my girls are always around me when I let my creative juices flow in my office. Bella definitely likes to have some design input (but I have to leave her glittery ideas out of my collections ha ha) but she loves being involved and watching the process unravel.

We also love telling stories. Her dad will read her a book before bed then they tell a “brain story” where they make up a story from their mind.




You feel most empowered when...

I take a step out of my comfort zone and achieve something that I work hard for. I feel empowered when I am lifting other people around me up.

How would you describe your approach to parenting?

It’s definitely not what I thought it would be. I thought I would be the cool, calm, relaxed mum and I am far from that. I want my kids to know that there are a broad range of emotions and all are valid at certain times. I want them to know that we are not perfect, but the way we can learn to react to situations can change our whole perspective on things. My approach is to be real and to take things on as they come. To not judge myself or my kids too hard, and to end each day with a grateful heart.

Hanalei Reponty

What values do you hope to instill in your children?

Kindness. I truly hope more than anything that kindness guides their life. Being able to be kind to themselves, first and foremost. Kind to their body, and mind, believing in their dreams but also understanding that it is ok to fail. Kind to people, to treat any person they come in contact kindly, with fairness and respect, no matter their background. Lastly, I would truly hope to instill in them kindness for nature all around us. Being away of its beauty, its limited resources, and our duty to protect it. 

How do you explore creativity with your children?

My type of creativity is freedom. Free to learn and free to play, free to explore and free to get dirty. Free to get in the ocean, or free to stay still and just be. Creativity is so important for the development of a child, and letting them discover their own, with a guiding hand has been such a joy.

Your favourite go-to’s when finding balance between motherhood and self care?

Finding balance between motherhood and self care is a balance I’m still learning. I adore to be involved in every moment of the day, that I have come to learn that just an hour to myself to do whatever I wish and be is crucial. Sometimes it is a walk by the beach to reset, sometimes it is just lounging, sometimes it is just doing something that I have meant to do for myself and taking the time and going through the process with no guilt, just appreciation. 

What are the greatest lessons your child has taught you? 

Seeing the world through my son’s eyes has been absolutely revitalising, the pure discovery of the world once again has made me appreciate everything that I know and that I still get to learn. All the journey I have been on and all the beautiful adventures we will get to go on. More than anything I think that being a parent teaches you to be present in the moment of now, to let go of your own ego and to be ok with not knowing everything but relishing in learning once again. 

You feel most empowered when…

I feel centred, connected and empowered when I’m in nature with the people that I love. 

What lessons from your own mother have guided your motherhood journey?

My mother is my everything, our bond is unbreakable and to be able to share this journey with her is the greatest gift. She’s a people person, a lover, a giver, always speaks her mind and is a true rock in my world. She always taught me I could do or be anything I ever dreamt and I hope to instill her spirit in my children.