Momtrepreneur Jenny Ong of Mama.Baby.Love

An Interview with Jenny Ong, the owner of Mama.Baby.Love

Jenny with husband Stanley and their 2 kids

Jenny with husband Stanley and their 2 kids


Jenny is the wife to a fantastic photographer, Stanley Ong and mom to 2 adorable kids, Naima and Erik. She’s also a government employee and a lawyer licensed in the Philippines and New York State. She loves bargain hunting and online shopping. She also enjoys holding talks and meeting like-minded families, discussing natural parenting topics with them.


Jenny with Baby Erik

Jenny with Baby Erik


Stan and Jenny have been married for 5 years. They have been together since 1998. Jenny used to work in a big law firm. Now, she’s working for the government. She’s a part-time mompreneur as she has a day job. Through her blog, Chronicles of a Nursing Mom, she promotes and advocates principles of natural/attachment parenting such as breastfeeding, babywearing, cloth diapering, baby led weaning and gentle discipline. “My goal is to see a society where these principles become the norm – to see Naima grow up and have her family in a setting where natural birth, breastfeeding, babywearing, etc. will be practiced and established,” says Jenny.


Ginger: Hi Jenny! Can you tell us more about your business?
Jenny: My business is Mama.Baby.Love. I carry fab fun finds for moms and babes to support the natural parenting lifestyle. I have been in business since May 2009.

Momtrepreneur Jenny's Mama.Baby.Love

Momtrepreneur Jenny’s Mama.Baby.Love


Ginger: Who is your market for Mama.Baby.Love?
Jenny: My market would be primarily women – moms who would like to adhere to a natural parenting lifestyle e.g. babywearing, cloth diapering, breastfeeding. I also carry cloth menstrual pads and menstrual cups to promote a green period.

Nursing bra available at Mama.Baby.Love

Nursing bra available at Mama.Baby.Love


Ginger: How did you come up with this idea and what made you decide to start this kind of business?
Jenny: I started this business because of dearth of affordable nursing bras and accessories locally available. My line has expanded and now includes different products that my family uses and enjoys.

Cool Pumping Band available at Mama.Baby.Love

Cool Pumping Band available at Mama.Baby.Love

Breast Milk Storage Bags available at Mama.Baby.Love

Breast Milk Storage Bags available at Mama.Baby.Love


Ginger: Were there any obstacles that you faced when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur? What are these?
Jenny: Time management. Since I’m juggling so many things, I needed to learn how to delegate. Happily, I was able to find help who understood what I needed and wanted.

Cloth Pads from Mama.Baby.Love

Cloth Pads from Mama.Baby.Love

Piggy Paint from Mama.Baby.Love

Piggy Paint from Mama.Baby.Love

Ginger: Do you have plans of being a full time momtrepreneur?
Jenny: As of this time, I have not decided whether I want to become a full-time mompreneur.  While I enjoy Mama.Baby.Love, the business-side is actually driven by my interest in the natural parenting advocacy.  I also miss being a lawyer and handling cases, especially my intellectual property practice. I am still deciding if I want to go back to a law firm or staying on with my government job or pursuing Mama.Baby.Love full time until the kids enter grade school.   I enjoy the challenges of being a work out of home mom and believe that each mom is different.  Not every mom wants to be a WAHM and being a WAHM is not the end-all or the best decision for every woman.

Each to her own and do whatever works for you and makes you happy

Ginger: What are three traits that you think a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?
Jenny: Perseverance, Openness and being ethical.

Ginger: Is there any unforgettable lesson that you learned as a Momtrepreneur?
Jenny: Time management is crucial.

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?
Jenny: Choose a business that you are interested in and passionate about. Don’t just “go with the flow”. Know your business, know your market – understand their needs and address them. Choose a niche that you will excel in.

Ginger: Thank you Jenny for giving us insights on how it is to be a momtrepreneur while still working. I’m sure a lot of moms out there enjoyed and learned from your story especially those who still have a full time job, but are thinking of going into business.

Mama.Baby.Love Contact Information:
a. Website – Blog is
b. Multiply site –
c. Email address –
d. Mobile Number – 09228982713
e. Facebook Page –
f. Twitter account – @mamababylove
g. Pinterest, etc. – @mamababylove


  1. January 31, 2013 / 6:28 am

    Thank you for the feature Ginger 😀

    • February 1, 2013 / 9:02 am

      Hi Jenny! 🙂 Welcome! 🙂 Hope to see you again soon! I wanted to attend the Diapering 101. Maybe I’ll join the next one nalang 🙂

      • February 12, 2013 / 6:33 pm

        yes, do join! meron pa coming 🙂

  2. Elvie Lumibao
    August 26, 2014 / 3:57 pm

    Maganda hapon ask about the account ng bpi para mabayarn ko na ang order ko pong Tara tanks

  3. Erika Tuprio
    October 27, 2015 / 10:35 am

    Hi! Reading this now is super timely! My baby giirl is now 2 months and 3 weeks old, almost 3 months, and I’m already struggling with my want to work already. You see, before I got pregnant, straight after my college graduation I already built myself as a career-oriented woman. The struggle of wanting to take care of my baby, and wanting to go back to my career already, is what I’ve been facing since i’ve completely recovered from my CS delivery. I struggle because I can’t help but feel selfish to want to work an 8-5 job leaving my baby with a Yaya who she barely knows.

    Since my pregnancy, I decided to busy myself with my business. It helped in keeping me busy instead of thinking about the career i had to leave behind. Once I gave birth to my baby, keeping the business up became even more challenging since I had to answer her cries every time. I’m just waiting for her to be 6 months old to be ready to be left with a Yaya. But halfway there, the struggle already started.

    • October 27, 2015 / 8:05 pm

      Hi Erika! First of all, congratulations on having a baby. This is a huge gift! 🙂 Motherhood is one of the best things that can ever happen to a woman. Every day, the struggle that we all face really as moms is to manage our time 🙂 But, don’t forget that you won’t be able to do it all… and that okay 🙂 So smile! Don’t forget to enjoy every moment of it kasi our kids grow up soooo fast! 🙂

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