Tag: #familyblogger

Movie day gone wrong: lessons learnt the baby way.

Hmm, so here’s my story….. I’m a movie person, before marriage, i could watch move all through the night till day break, i could and i did. I really enjoyed watching movies and luckily there was always supply of chocolate from family and friends so it just complemented each other. If you know me from…

Anniversary Homemade Dinner: Iftar inspiration

If you follow my instagram page, you’d see that i promised to do a post on this anniversary meal from April, well, i finally did it. Been meaning to put this up but so many things have been in the way but again, maybe this is the right time as it will come in handy…

Family Picnic at the Park: A Bonding Therapy. 

Wheww…what a day. It’s been a very busy day, it started on a high note with the overnight showers of rain and hubby surprised me (I was genuinely surprised) with nice breakfast in bed which BTW, is a story for another day.  All through the week, I’ve been planning a weekend date because we haven’t…

How to ease and win an argument with your spouse

Let me put it out straight now, the best way to ease the tension during an argument is to avoid the argument but it’s not possible you’d argue.  Now, this post is for every married couple, family, parents and most importantly new couple. Let’s face it argument will come up once in a while but…

HOW TO GET KIDS TO DRINK MORE WATER 

We all know how important it’s to stay hydrated especially kids with all those “fat burning energy consuming, fast dehydration running around”. The truth is, most kids don’t like to drink except it’s soda, juice or sweetened water so here are practical ways I’ve gotten my niece and nephew to drink more water.  Tell them…

Open Plans and Pocket Doors: The Nigerian Home

Growing up I really admired foreign architecture, I still do and one physical thing that I observed which is common is that they have open plan. An open plan is where the sitting room, dining room and kitchen are joined together in an open space. You’d see what that looks like as you read on. …

Milia in Babies

Upon the birth of your baby or few days after birth, you might notice some rashes on him/her, this rashes usually look like heat rashes and mostly grandmas and other well wishers will tell you to apply powder, ointment and the likes but there isn’t a need to especially when you’re sure it’s not heat…