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PIC.4.TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK AT KETU, ON IKORODU ROAD, AFTER AN ACCIDENT WHICH INVOLVED A TRUCK AND THREE COMMERCIAL BUSES IN LAGOS ON FRIDAY (23/01/15). 450/23/01/2015/IYI/CH/AIN/NAN

Full Time  Vs Working Class Parenting ,Part 1

I am sure 99.9% of mothers will love to be a full time mum attending to daily child/children’s care 24/7/365 without any interference or interruption: I don’t need a research/questionnaire to deduce this

Especially if you are living in my part of the world: Lagos-Nigeria,You won’t mind being a stay home mum whenever you think about the hustle and bustle in Lagos

Thank God for the invention of mobile phones, good network service (because sometimes the phone could be useless when the network decides to have a mind of its own), and the power bank of course to keep the phone on anytime, anywhere. One of the most important tools for every parents.

Being a full time mum is what I love to do,especially on days when the traffic can be defined to be cooking 10 derica of beans with a candle light (You understand what I mean right? Lol!)
Just yesterday we had to spend hours on the road due to unforeseen circumstances – an accident had happened on a major road at close of work

Hmmmm…what a day to remember for parents and school directors, for those of us that ply that route

A day when children over stayed their welcome in school but not bothered…
A day when mothers tried to find a solution to a challenge that only requires them to keep calm
A day where fathers wish they could use all the Spider-Man stunts they’ve watched with their children in cartoons to get to where they were going
What a day…what a day!

I hail all working class parents living in Lagos!

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  1. I hail them too o! Every day, I watch as my colleague , a mother of two, dashes out of the office at close of work and I tell myself, “You will soon find yourself in this situation if you want to be a working mum”. God will surely see us through.

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