Teaching your kids to be resilient.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all raise kids with the confidence, spunk and compassion of Little Orphan Annie? Sure, most children won’t have to befriend and care for fellow orphans, outsmart a cold-hearted orphanage matron, survive life on the streets or win the heart of billionaire “Daddy” Warbucks. But all children face some hard knocks, and it’s important to equip them with enough confidence to not only survive, but thrive.Read More
Tired of all the clutter in your home? We know just how you feel. A cluttered home makes it difficult for you to relax after a long day. These tips will help you declutter your home in no time.Read More
As we started on our previous post, a marriage is a brittle institution if not well attended, could shatter (beyond repair).
We talked about three ways a woman can initiate the cracks before the eventual shatter. It’s just a matter of time.
It is amazing to know that even adults still bite their nails; some say they do when they are deep in thoughts, scared, anxious or even day dreaming. I often hear people ask this question, ‘can an adult learn new tricks at his old age’?. Children grow into adults with habits formed when growing up. So it is only clever to help crop some habits before they are mature.Read More
Throughout history, we have been conditioned to look out for ourselves, or no one else will. But if we’re consumed with pursuing only our selfish interests, what are we? And more important, what legacy will we leave?Read More
Often single moms let their emotions rule their actions. It’s easy to do. When I was a single mom, my first unconscious thought was that I needed to find a man to be the father figure in the home. After all, my family was incomplete (or so I thought).Read More
Each day comes with its own drama when trying to force my five year old son Patrick to eat. Once I call him to eat his food, he starts crying, I keep a cane next to me to get him to eat. The day he manages to finish a slice of bread, it’s always a celebration.Read More
Sexuality education means talking about all the factors that feed into children and young people’s sexual growth and development. Topics include bodies, privacy, sexual decisions, respectful behaviours and language, and the ‘place’ of sex in people’s lives.Read More
It’s nearly time to meet your baby! Check out our tips on how to get ready for the newest member of your family.Read More
Nigerian mothers are special. This is because there are so many unique things about them. One of which is the way they make conversation with their children. In line with this, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares hilarious ways Nigerian mothers interact with their children. Mind you, we love our mothers!Read More