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How innovative is your child?

Do you remember your childhood days? Days when you acted movies without scripts Days when you cooked delicious meals with weeds, stones and milk containers (although you never tasted it…did you?) Days when you composed so many rhymes in your native dialect (do you still remember some of the songs?) …

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What do you see?

What do you see?

Whenever a child is born, you hear the child announcing his/her arrival: shouting and screaming and crying –  before you can determine the gender, complexion, colour of eyes and hair, shape of nose and mouth, who the child looks like and co. In some cases, you have the privilege of …

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Live by Example

live by example/mum4real

Its another season of ‘new year resolutions’ Hoping to live a new life in a new year To some, it stays written down, To others, it is acted on in just a few days thereafter, everything returns to “normal’ And then, the cycle continues   For parents, aunties and uncles, …

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Peculiar to Mothers only

Nurturing a child from conception to delivery is a unique deal every woman must be actively involved in by default The experience of hosting another creature cannot be expressed or explained…it is ‘fantastically’ mind blowing Kicks are painful and make people angry but that of a foetus to the mum …

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Real Parents Pray

How will you feel when you hear your child testifying that ‘I am a product of a praying mother or father’? We all know that life is full of ups and downs, hurdles of different heights to be crossed, oceans of variable sizes to wade, challenges of various weights to …

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Whose business is it?

Whose business is it?

Kudos to every mum that carried the pregnancy for the period of 9 months with their physical shape, health, nutritional balance, emotional state and probably career and finance –  all at stake. This business is majorly theirs as no one can help a woman with the pregnancy no matter how honestly …

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Together but apart…

The offensive odour of burnt food filled the whole house and was almost choking their five year old son who was playing a game on his dad’s tab and the little three year old princess watching a cartoon on the TV, both in the sitting room close to the kitchen. …

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