Since 1998, our passion has been to help OKC/metro area parents be more successful and have more fun with their families. Each monthly issue includes the area's best calendar of family events and quality editorial that supports family relationships. Just as valuable to parents is the connection to MFM advertisers who provide important local family services and products.
Each month, 35,000 copies of the magazine are distributed in Edmond, NW OKC, Nichols Hills, South OKC, Moore, Norman, Yukon, and Midwest City. Over 500 distribution sites help us reach approximately 75,000-80,000 loyal readers each month.
Find us at
- all public libraries
- all Jimmy's Eggs locations
- all Crest stores
- all Homeland stores in the metro area
- all area YMCAs
- extracurricular activity businesses
- private schools and day cares
- medical offices and hospitals
- retail stores
Click here for a list of our bigger distribution locations.
Email us with an idea for a future distribution location.
Email us with ideas for editorial, including press releases, public relations inquiries, and writer inquiries.
Click here for our Writer's Guidelines.
Our national-award-winning, interactive web site provides:
- Quality parenting information
- A place for idea sharing and community
- A comprehensive calendar (add your organizations’ events!)
- Exploring Oklahoma with Children ideas
- Daily activities to do with your children, by age
- Blogs, share-a-story and bulletin boards
- Subscription area for our weekly E-Update, bringing the best of upcoming family events to your in box.
MetroFamily Magazine reaches out to parents and the community by providing quality events, including:
- Parent University events, where parenting experts and authors from around the country share valuable parenting advice and tips to parents, teachers, counselors and other family advocates.
- Kids Fest, which includes booth vendors, hands-on activities, entertainment on the stage, and more, all focused around family fun and learning about local resources.
We also have co-sponsored many community events, including:
- RedBud Classic Kids Run (April)
- Respect Diversity Art and Poetry Contest (April)
- ZOOrific Day of Character (September)
- the Head of the Oklahoma Regatta Kids Zone (October)
MFM is an award-winning member of Parenting Publications of America (PPA), an association dedicated to enhancing the quality of parenting publications throughout the US and internationally.
Meet Our Staff
Hometown: Woodward, OK
Children: three, a daughter age 25, a son age 21, and a son age 17
Favorite animal: dogs (we have two!)
Funniest thing your children have ever said: "Mommy, let's sing the 'zi-no' song" referring to "Jesus Loves Me This I Know...." (Kathryne, age 3)
What inspires you? People who have overcome great difficulties and continue with a positive attitude.
Favorite Oklahoma destination: Mount Scott, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Reserve
What is your parenting philosophy? Be a leader of your kids but let them be who they are and love them always.
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
Favorite song: "Time" by Pink Floyd
Favorite book: "Walden" by Thoreau
Funniest thing your children have ever said: My son said I was skinny because I have "skin all over"!
What inspires you: People who are kind and do good things
Favorite place visited: Mont St. Michel in France
What did you want to be when you grew up? A writer
If you could meet any person, dead or alive, who would it be and why? The poet Dorothy Parker, just to see what made her tick.
What's the best advice you have been given? Don't worry so much about that which you cannot control.
Children: Anthony II 10, Alani 6
Husband: Anthony Delce
What inspires you? Hearing the Word of God and hearing other's testimonies
Best advice I was ever given: God - "Prayer changes things." Mom - "People are going to talk about you if you are doing good things and people are going to talk about you if you are doing bad things, just make sure the bad things they say you are doing are not true." Dad - "Just remember you are Bernard Hunt's daughter and don't make a move without God saying so."
Favorite place to visit: Parent's house
Best Book: The Bible
Parenting Philosphy: Never stop your kids from doing or trying something because you are to scared to do it. No matter what they do support and stand behind them, but make sure they how
Hometown: Norman, OK
Favorite color: Red
Favorite food: Pasta, pasta, pasta!
Children: Two; a 4 year old daughter and a 1 year old son.
Best advice you have been given: My great grandmother used to always tell me that you catch more flies with honey than vinegar!
What did you want to be when you grew up? A best-selling author
What inspires you? Genuine people who give from their hearts
What scares you? Imagining college tuition by the time my kids are old enough to go!
Parenting Philosophy: Allowing kids to explore the things that they love, giving love freely and guiding with a gentle hand.
Hometown: Schaumburg, Illinois
Favorite movie: Gone with the Wind
Favorite song: "Gathering of Spirits" by Carrie Newcomer
What did you want to be when you grew up? A Teacher
Favorite book: Gone with the Wind
Pets: Jake the Cat and Buddy the Dog
Children: Joshua (5), Joy (2)
What inspires you? Nature, Music, and my children
What scares you? Public Speaking and Scorpions
Favorite place ever visited: Outer Banks, North Carolina
Administrative Queen Bee/Distribution Manager
Hometown: Bartlesville, OK
Favorite movie: An Affair to Remember
Favorite TV show: Lost
Favorite food: Italian/seafood
Children: Two boys and a girl, now all young adults
What's one thing you have never tried but would like to: play the flute
Out of every place you have visited, which did you like best? Austria
What did you want to be when you grew up? a mother
If you could meet any person, dead or alive, who would it be? Jesus
Special Projects Assistant
Hometown: Oklahoma City then Crescent, OK
Favorite movie: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (I love Johnny Depp)
Favorite song: Video Killed the Radio Star and 80's music.
What did you want to be when you grew up? A singer
Favorite book: "God Called a Girl" by Shannon Kubiak Primicerio
Pets: Dog, Cat, fish and a turtle. Does my husband count?
Children: two boys, Ben and Issac
What inspires you? My family
What scares you? FROGS!!!!!!
Favorite place ever visited: Colorado