Isabela Samora is a mom-to-be. She is currently 34 weeks pregnant, and she and I have been exchanging mommy banter on social media. I wanted to know what her experience during pregnancy has been and here’s her story: Image Courtesy of Madame Noire.
Tracy and Mark had been trying for a baby for over 2 years. The arrival of their bundle of joy was the happiest moment of their lives. But nothing could have prepared them for the devastation that was Postpartum Depression. Tracy shares their story. Image Courtesy of Mother’s Wellness Doula .
When Josephine was growing up, she and her siblings used to play school. She loved being a teacher. A young girl’s dream came true and there’s nothing she loves more than teaching. That and raising her family. Josephine is the mama we are featuring today. Image Courtesy of sketches and scribbles (reloaded) .
I love going to the market. Mostly because I enjoy shopping for vegetables. But even more than this, I get to chat the mamas in the market. Yesterday, I got to talk to Sarah, who shared her worries concerning the elections. Hers is the story we are featuring this week. Image Courtesy of Katie M. Berggren.
Poshia is a mother to six year old girl, Faith. Motherhood is her first job, she claims. She is a public relations officer and social media strategist by profession. She is also a communications final year student at Daystar University. Poshia is our Featured Mom this week.
You’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times. However, until you have lived with a disability or known someone living with one, whether physical or mental, then you can never say you understand what it takes or know what it feels like.
Sienna is well known in the twitter circles. She is the mom to a beautiful baby girl whom we have all come to know as ‘Junebug’. I, like most of you, have always been curious as to the story behind the name ‘Junebug’. Sienna finally lets us in on the secret! .
I receive the most touching stories by moms. Their experiences as they go about their day to day lives and how these experiences change them. Mehak shared this one with me and I am sharing it with you hoping it inspires you as much as it did me. Image Courtesy Appleton Compassion.
Joy Mureithi is a single mom of 2 girls and an Insurance Sales Executive. Hers is what you call a hectic day but she is your typical mom. Takes it all in stride! Today we are learning from her . Image Courtesy of Sherryn Daniel’s Blog .
I always say, it does not matter the background, tribe, religion or color. A mom is a mom is a mom. Yesterday I spent the morning and a better part of the afternoon with our Featured Mom, Anastasia Ochango, a Street Mom of 4 children. This is the story she had to share with me.
Ever wondered how life is for a stay-at-home/work-at-home mom? Think life may be a little lenient for these awesome moms? Our Featured Mom of the Week. Lilian is a mother of one girl, 2years 8months, a wife, and a stay at home mom. She is our Featured Mom.
Gathoni Kimuyu, a 27 year old single mom of a lovely girl, Milan is currently a PR/Communications Manager at Mohazo Limited and an actress on Machachari and enjoys cooking, poetry, hip-hop, watching football, writing, picnicking & doesn’t mind indulging a good book.
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The Kids Book Club
Help your little one register for the Kids Book Club. What better way to promote reading for our children than getting them together in a tent and exchanging books while they sit and read for each other or alone? It is said that ‘children learn to read at the laps of their parents’. We want our children to enjoy reading and writing, hence giving them space in our portal.read more
The Mom Life
The Mom Life is a weekly publication of The Kenyan Mom, that encourages moms to share their experiences with each other. You too can participate in this lively column by answering a few questions, which will then be published and you will appear as a featured mom on our portal. Let us Share, Learn, Inspire and Get Inspired together.read more