GLENDA HOVENKAMP

Content Writer

Glenda Hovenkamp, a mother of 3 daughters, is a Content Writer for MOM Magazine. She’s a believer in the powerful difference strong, wonderful women make in the world. She is a beneficiary of the positive influence of a loving mother, sister, daughters, and friends – a tribe of women who helped to shape her into the person she is today. She is an experienced educator, writer, podcast creator and host. Glenda has a gift for asking the right questions and truly listening when people share about themselves and the things they treasure.

ELLE SIKORSKI

Guest Contributor

After graduating from the University Western with a Bachelor of Health Sciences, Elle’s passion for children led her to become a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and Baby Sleep Consultant. Over the course of her career Elle a mother of 2 herself has worked with hundreds of families across North America. Elle’s expertise and education, as well as her own parenting journey, culminated in the creation of The Well Bebe Method – an online platform that offers a holistic approach to help new parents improve their baby’s sleep, nutrition and overall wellness. 

KERRYN AMYES

Guest Contributor

Kerryn Amyes is a creative and strategic communications professional with over 16 years of experience in the industry. Her expertise range from media launches to brand activations, e-commerce to social media, marketing and public relations to brand development. If you’re looking to elevate your company to the next level, she is the woman you want in your corner. Originally from New Zealand now based in Vancouver Canada Kerryn became a mother to a baby boy in 2022 and has a passion for travel, mindfulness and development.

LAYNE DALFEN

Guest Contributor

Layne Dalfen, a mother to 4 daughters is a renowned dream analyst and educator who has dedicated her career to unraveling the mysteries of the unconscious mind. With over two decades of experience in dream analysis, Layne has become a respected figure in the field, teaching dream interpretation to Counseling students at Concordia University in Montreal since 2004. She is widely recognized as the “Dream Catcher” at OprahDaily and has a popular monthly column in Psychology Today called Understanding Dreams.