Tag Motherhood

Bitter Nigerian Feminist Mum & Wife, Florida Uzoaru, Sets The Internet On Edge With Her Outrageous Account Of Her Disdain For Being A Wife & Mom

Florida Uzoaru, a Nigerian mum who describes herself as a ”bitter feminist” has received heavy backlash after she voiced her regrets about being married to her husband as well as having their son. Uzoaru who is still very much married

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“After what I went through having my child, it dawned on me that it’s not easy to be a mother”- Stephanie Linus Talks About Maternal Mortality In Nigeria

Nollywood actress and mum-of-one, Stephanie Okereke-Linus, has bared her thoughts on what motherhood can feel like in this part of the world. The movie star was speaking as part of activities commemorating the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Population

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New Study Finds That Being A Mum Can Be Bad For Your Mental Health

Taking care of everyone and everything, while being abysmally exhausted, and feeling like the entire weight of everyone’s life is on your shoulders is a common feeling to many mothers, but this same familiar experience can slowly but surely chip

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Dance Queen, Kaffy, Opens Up About Her Marriage, Career, And Motherhood In New Interview

Nigerian queen of dance, Kafayat Shafau-Ameh aka Kaffy has shared personal details about her life in a new interview.  The 38-year-old mum in a chat with The Sun News shared romantic details of how her husband of seven years proposed to her. She went

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Former Beauty Queen, Annah Ebiere Proudly Shares Photo Of Her Postpartum Body

A lot of women struggle to accept the changes that happen to their bodies postpartum, but it really is a matter of approach and appreciating your own body in its natural state as beautiful and acceptable to you regardless. Former

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Why Neo Keitumetse, A Double Amputee Mom-of-twins Is Living Her Best Life

Neo Keitumetse originally from Botswana, South Africa, was born with a congenital defect in her legs which meant she had to get them amputated when she was just five years of age. When a baby’s arm or leg doesn’t form

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New Study Reveals New Facts About Breastfeeding

We are all aware of how healthy and incredible breast milk is for babies. Breastfeeding offers newborn antibodies that protect them against illnesses. It loads their digestive system with beneficial bacteria and promotes healthy digestion (this is so important for

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Mom Skipped Her Own Graduation Ceremony For Her Son’s, Then Got The Sweetest Surprise | WATCH

You all know what it means to spend countless hours studying -you sacrifice sleep and time with friends all leading up to your graduation. It definitely isn’t something you want to miss! But sometimes, more important things take precedence, like

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Spanx Billionaire, Sara Blakely Makes A Valid Point On How Society Judges Her Differently From Her Husband

Self-made American billionaire and mum-of-four, Sara Blakely, shared a video on Instagram of herself getting a makeover by her team of beauty experts.In the video, Sara who is the founder of Spanx, an American intimate apparel company with pants and

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“Tears overwhelmed me daily” Georgina Onuoha Talks About Suffering Postpartum Depression

Nollywood actress and mum-of-two, Georgina Onuoha, has revealed what it was like for her when she was expecting her second child. The actress said she had just moved overseas and had a husband who was always busy working as a

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Cardi B’s Honest Take On The Not-So-Glamorous Side Of Motherhood Is Relatable

When it comes to motherhood, American rapper, singer, and songwriter, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, known professionally as Cardi B, is as honest as she comes. The “I Like It” rapper, 26, exclusively invited ET to the set of her latest campaign

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Blogger & New Mom, Sisi Yemmie On Motherhood: ‘Moms with 4 kids have 2 heads’ –

Motherhood is everything! There is no single person who can explain motherhood in its totality; it’s just too pure to get a good enough definition. It is one of the most daunting and all-consuming calling a woman can be blessed

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Actress, Yvonne Jegede Gushes About Enjoying The Benefits Of Motherhood

Truth be told, motherhood can be intoxicating. That special grace to care for and nurture another being is everything. It comes with joy and sometimes, bittersweet experiences but then, it is one position no woman wants to trade for anything

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TV Host, Dolapo Oni -Sijuwade Highlights Lessons Motherhood Has Taught Her

No doubt, media personality and TV host Princess Dolapo Oni-Sijuwade is a woman wearing several admirable hats . She’s a producer, an actor, a mum, wife, and a mentor. The yummy mummy-of-one was recently honored as the “Mum of the

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8 Pregnant Mum Fashion Tips

You are pregnant! Congrats—now you’re trying to figure out how to deal with your closet for the next nine months. Of course, maternity style is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. There are plenty of ways to approach it but more than

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Dear MIMsters: Should My Baby Bear Its Father’s Name?

Should my baby bear its father’s name? Middle of last year, I got impregnated by someone I trusted through rape but I accepted my faults because I was naive and not too careful. I didn’t tell my family then about

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How To Survive First Week After The Baby Arrives

Your first weeks home with a new baby can come with a lot of anxiety. You may have prepared a great deal for your baby’s arrival; like assembling the crib, washing and safely arranging their little clothes, stocking up diapers

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7 Self-Care Tips For Expecting Mums

Motherhood changes everything. Or should we say everything changes even before you become a mum. When you realise you are expecting is a truly exciting time, but also it can be a tricky phase filled with a mix of different

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Popular Youtuber Born With Facial Deformity, Asia Mekole Welcomes Beautiful Baby Girl

Asia Mekole, her sister India Janee, and their mother were born with the same genetic facial deformity. Since the face is vital for the identification of an individual, one can only imagine how much Asia’s deformity would have caused her to deal

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Dear MIMsters: I Thought MIL Came to Help Me With My Triplets But How Dead Wrong I Was

I thought MIL came here to help me but how dead wrong I was. I have 5 kids under 5. My boys are 4 and 2 years old and my triplets are 11 weeks old.  My husband works from 9 a.m

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Star Actress, Funke Akindele Bello and Hubby, JJC Skillz Welcome Twins

If reports making the rounds on social media is anything to go by, then star actress Funke Akindele has welcomed a baby or a set of twins according to her colleague, Mercy Aigbe. READ ALSO: Who Believes These Things? What Funke Akindele

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Made Of Steel: Read How A Mother Of Seven Successfully Performed A Cesarean Section On Herself

Ines Ramirez Perez, a 40-year-old mother of seven, made medical history on March 5, 2000, when she became the first woman ever to perform a C-section on herself in which both the baby and mother survived. In her isolated, one-room

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Breastfeeding Mums: How To Prevent Sore Nipples (Part Two)

Continued from Part one Nipple tenderness is normal when your baby first arrives and begins to breastfeed, as the weeks roll by however, breastfeeding should become more comfortable. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Apart from feeling some slight

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Breastfeeding Mums: How To Prevent Sore Nipples (Part One)

Nipple tenderness is normal when your baby first arrives and begins to breastfeed, as the weeks roll by however, breastfeeding should become more comfortable. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Apart from feeling some slight discomfort when your milk

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10 Things That Change After You Become A Mum

Kafayat Olawale A natural leaning or the sheer excitement of it, motherhood is something most women happily envisage. During the pregnancy phase however, mums-to-be are haunted by feelings of nervousness and uncertainty about what would change and if they could

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