Our OMGfriends

OMGmother has friends and they are our OMGfriends for a reason!

They share our core values: whether it is empowering children, offering a safe and loving environment, believing in the power of mentoring and caring, our OMGfriends have a heart and they use it to make the world a better place for our children.

Let us introduce you to them:

Pragmatic Mom is a wonderful, engaging blog written by the fantastic Mia Wenjen and covers reviews children’s literature and tips and guides for educating children. She also blogs beautifully about motherhood and life. http://www.pragmaticmom.com/

Aunt Heather is a blog written by OMGmother-extraordinaire Heather Piper. Heather writes engaging posts about her relationship with her OMGson Kyle, whom she has helped raise since the death of her brother in 2001. Filled with personal and heartfelt stories as well as fun ideas of activities you can do with your OMGchildren. http://auntheather.com/

La Maison de Loulou is an interior design and decorating studio dedicated to creating beautiful nurseries, children’s rooms, and playrooms. Led by designer Marie-Laure Bouwens, they design modern, creative and green environments for babies and kids. http://lamaisondeloulou.com

Madame Pop & Kids is a unique concept that honors your children’s drawing by transforming them into fabulous master pieces and decoration treasures! Your kids have talent. Madame Pop is just revealing it. Madame Pop & Kids got involved in OMGmother.com because as artists, we love putting colors in our lives and, as parents, we feel strongly about creating a fun environment for children. www.madamepopandkids.fr

Strika Entertainment produces and commercializes comics and animation for consumer and custom markets across all media. Supa Strikas, their flagship product, is available in newspapers globally and broadcasted on Disney Asia, Nickelodeon, ESPN, Orange and numerous others. Strika got involved in OMGMother.com because the communication need fitted well with our mission to entertain and explain. Besides… we also think everybody NEEDS an OMGPerson! www.strika.com

Youth at Risk serves youth who witness hard circumstances everyday; we empower them to go beyond their “normal” and breakthrough the negative cycles they have adopted. Youth at Risk’s programs provide committed adult mentors who transform the chaotic lives of young people through persistent and compassionate mentoring. Through our intervention and prevention programs, our youth are the first in their families to break negative generational cycles. They are the first to graduate, the first to avoid teen pregnancy, incarceration, and drug addiction. They are the first to become successful parents, and the first to give back by volunteering and mentoring. Youth at risk got involved with OMGmother.com because we both believe in caring and compassionate mentoring and are happy to be OMGpartners. www.nyyouthatrisk.org

Animatazz brings the wide-eyed, wonderful world of animation and movie making into your home, offering you the thrill of being able to see your own ideas come to life through characters that you have created and animated, which you can then share with family and friends on YouTube or your mobile phone. Our kit brings you on a journey from good old-fashioned plasticine modelling, through story telling and acting, right up to digital photography, computer technology and internet communication, all in a FUN, SOCIABLE and CHILD-FRIENDLY way. It is both educational and inspirational. www.animatazz.com

Established in 1998, Global Nomads Group (GNG) is an international NGO that creates interactive programs for young people around the world. By exploring the similarities and differences that define who we are, GNG programs provide the opportunities to build bridges and foster meaningful dialogue through collaborative global projects. GNG’s strategy is to engage and empower young people worldwide using media including; live-interactive videoconferencing, streaming video, social networking, gaming, documentaries and participatory filmmaking. Through the use of these media tools, GNG creates opportunities for local, regional and global collaboration and communication. When Mother Teresa won the Nobel Peace Prize she was asked “What can we do to promote world peace?” She answered “Go home and love your family.” GNG thinks OMGMother can help spread the love. www.gng.org

SeventyOne Percent is a new French technical solar answer to riders’ needs before, during and after a boardsport Session. It consists of 3 different steps for 3 eco friendly ranges of products: “natural energy shot”, “solar” and “care & recovery” products. Our name has a simple explanation : 70% of the of the world is covered by water, 1% of our benefits are donated to the Surf Rider Foundation. www.seventyone-percent.com

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