The Kenyan Mom

Posted Posted by kenyanmom in Featured     Comments 2 comments
Sep
12

Over the years, I have spoken to moms who had the most wonderful stories and also the most heart-breaking stories. One thing in these scenarios was common. We all needed to find a way to share these stories. The trials and the triumphs. Having previously used my blog as a Diary and knowing how great it felt to receive a comment from a mom saying that they have experienced exactly what I have, I decided to open up Kenyan Mom for all moms to share, learn and be heard by the people who would understand what they were going through. Thus, The Kenyan Mom platform came to be on 20th August 2012.

Feel free to drop me an e-mail and enjoy what other moms are saying and learn from it. Because, as one mom said to me:

We Hold The Future Generation In Our Hands. It Is Our Responsibility To Do Whatever It Takes To Make Sure It Is An Able Generation.

2 Comments to “The Kenyan Mom”

  • About the kids breakfast ideas. Excuse me but three pieces of Weetabix is too much for a child.

    2 pieces of Weetabix is what is recommended PER DAY , for GROWN UPS.

    Thanks.

    • Hey, thanks for your comment. Recommendations are general guidelines, if you consider that the body will generally know what nutrition is lacking. Also, considering baby-led weaning, which is allowing a child pick what they would like to eat, while you ensure it is a balanced diet, then 3 weetabix is not a lot.

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