Moms from QC looking for affordable yet quality stuffs to shop for themselves and their babies, this newly opened MOM and BABY Boutique is for you!

On September 15, My Crib PH opened their doors for mothers, breastfeeding or not, to socialize, learn, shop and relax.



This humble shop with a simple set up is at Tierra Commercial Complex, Commonwealth Ave. cor Tandang Sora Ave., Quezon City. Entrance is beside Generika Pharmacy, beside Tierra Mcdo.

Mommy Cha opening the day with a little info about My Crib PH
I always have high respect for mompreneurs. Being a mother and running your own business at the same time is no joke!


A basic baby massage was taught to mommies who came to grace the opening of the shop.

Nanay Lorena, their resident therapist, leading the baby massage session
Ysha and Momcy observing the ganap 😀

My Crib PH offers baby massage, lactation massage, post natal massage, pregnant massage and fertility massage.

First time to ever try a lactation massage and boy! I highly recommend you try Nanay Lorena’s relaxing strokes!

Here’s the pricelist for your reference:

Fertility: P900

Prenatal: P950

Post natal: P850

Lactation: P1000

Combination: post and lactation: P1500

Infant: P100

Kids: P150

Stress free/ regular: P350

This new shop tried their best to gather brand partners who are starting up, mostly owned by mothers too, looking for place where they are given an opportunity to grow, striving to provide every mom their needs in a more affordable way.

Here are some of the brand available at My Crib PH:








This little girl’s really got a thing for books! 😀



Streetfood buffet offered for buyers with minimum P100 purchase during the opening day!

Also happy to see my former college classmate Joy and her son Ejay. 🙂

The store space isn’t too big but enough to put all good brands for moms and kids together. It’s a one-stop-shop for I was even able to but a pack of Ysha’s Pampers Baby Dry Pants before we left! On a note of my personal observation, My Crib PH may not be the “sosyal” boutique some “sosyal” moms might be expecting, but true to their goal, they wanted to be available sa masa. Thumbs up to this!

And I quote mommy Cha, “Kung ang lahat ng mommy and baby concept stores ay para sa mga sosyal at may kaya, sino pa kaya ang aagapay para sa mga katulad naming simpleng mga nanay na naghahanap lamang na magkaroon ng gamit na makikita lamang sa mga pang mayaman na tindahan. Dito na lang sa mas affordable, locally made man at mura, nagagamit pa rin ng mahusay.”

They also have breastfeeding seminars once a month to reach out to moms of all social status and to moms abled or differently abled. I heard they have a seminar for deaf mothers this week!



Ysha enjoys this chewelry we got from MomAndLittle 🙂

Congratulations Mommy Pam & Cha! More Power to My Crib PH!

Visit them on the address I listed above and you may also follow them on Instagram and like them on Facebook to get updates on their seminars and new items!


Momma Nish

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