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Notes from Mom//No.15

Soo Hyun Noh


Name: Leia

Mom of Three

Current City: Washington, DC



Love is faithfully and selflessly pouring out one’s self for the good of another. Sometimes love is accompanied by overwhelming joy-filled emotion, other times it is prayerfully holding in frustration and anger while a toddler screams and refuses to stay in bed or a teenager lies and breaks trust for what seems like the thousandth time. As Elisabeth Elliot so beautifully describes it, “Nothing trains and teaches so powerfully as love. Love attracts. It does not coerce. If the aim of parents is to teach their children to love God they must show their love for Him by loving each other and loving the children.” Love is communicated to children in the hundreds of little moments that make up a day, week, month, and lead to years of collected marked impressions. It is rarely your natural gut-reaction, particularly when exhausted, heavy with the concerns of the world, or you simply have different expectations of how a particular scenario should play out. To truly love my children is to choose moment by moment to cling to the grace given by a Savior who lived and loved perfectly, praying that I can in turn hold out a small glimmer of its essence to them.


Nothing can compare to the moment that you first meet your precious babes. The discovery of life inside of you, the first kicks, the growing discomfort, all culminate in months of anticipation and then all at once the miracle is in front of you, and you see with your eyes all that you imagined and prayed for.  Memorable moments in motherhood are just beginning for me with the unexpected smiles and coos, impromptu “I love you’s” and the unfolding and discovery of blossoming personalities. Arguably one of the most extraordinary parts of mothering my little boys thus far though has been in the lessons they have taught me about my own heart, faithful living, and the power of grace.


My biggest prayer is that my boys will love God and people deeply and fully, knowing that suffering and hard times will inevitably come but they have a perfect Savior who is weaving a story far grander than the one I could write for them and it will ultimately be better than we could imagine. I’m praying that they will love the story God weaves for them and truly enjoy and be a light in the world God has created for them to be a part of, all while remembering that this is not their home … and the heaven that awaits them will truly be better than they could ever imagine.

Reset & Restart

Soo Hyun Noh


Having a second child comes with many blessings that shift your life in directions that you could have never imagined. To share with you guys, I needed some personal time to realign priorities and focus on taking care of our family’s newest addition, Sienna. 

Now that Sienna is more independent - eating solid foods, trying to stand-up by herself, and sleeping more on a regular schedule - I finally felt ready to re-engage my energy back into Laia Baby.  


Laia Baby started off as just an idea from a mom who felt the need for quality baby essentials that are consciously made. Our focus always has been on empowering women and creating a better world for our little ones. The company is not only a small business run by a mom but also serves as a space for every mom to share their unique walks in motherhood. 

Motherhood can be scary, not knowing “what to expect” (literally) in any stage: pregnancy, labor, birth, infant & toddlerhood, and the list goes on. But when you hear from other moms who have gone through what you are going through, there is this sense of accountability and solidarity that comes with it. 

Notes from Mom, a blog series I started on Laia Baby, was such a healing venue for me and our readers to say the least. There is a range of stories of moms from all different walks in life - first-time moms to grand-moms - that inspired me to rethink about what love is and how to love. 

As much as motherhood is important though, ever since Sienna came into our life, the importance of ‘dad’ has been hitting me hard. Sienna absolutely loves Peter (Alaia does too but it’s a little different). Maybe her attachment to him formed from me being too busy running around taking care of Alaia… But for some reason, Sienna’s eyes are always locked into my husband’s and it really is fascinating to see that special bond forming between them. 


So as I enter this next phase of Laia Baby, I would like to introduce a new series called Notes from Dad. Alongside with Notes from Mom, we will be featuring stories of dads and their unique walks in fatherhood. Our first post will be a special one, so stay tuned! ;)

If you are interested in being featured or know anyone who would like to contribute, please post a comment below or DM me on Instagram/Facebook and we would love to hear your story! 


With much love,


Notes from Mom//No.14

Soo Hyun Noh

photo credit: @ brinsonmcgowan

photo credit: @brinsonmcgowan

Name: Mallory

Mom of One

Current City: Atlanta, GA



Love is understanding, even when you don't want to. Compromise and compassion. I don't think it starts and ends at a feeling. It takes work and a choice to not give up, no matter what it takes. It takes lowering your pride and apologizing, even if you don't want to. It's hard and wonderful and exciting. And it's such a lovely thing to experience.


My baby is only three months old and as cliche as it sounds, all his little moments are so memorable to me. We weren't expecting a little so fast in our marriage but it has been the most exciting, challenging, and life changing experience we have ever had. Seeing the light and life in his eyes is the most encouraging thing. Hearing him trying to laugh. Seeing him smile as he recognizes me. When he first rolled over. All the things!


To always be yourself. To never stray from what you stand for. To always be kind to others and to never let anyone feel less than themselves. To never have to explain why they are who they are and to stand confident in that.