Every Tuesday, we feature Moms and their inspiring stories, be it through poetry, Q & A or just a narration of their day to day lives. I have interviewed and come across the most wonderful ones since we started the feature. We have laughed together, cried together and encouraged each other through various experiences. I have come out much stronger than I ever was before the Feature started. That is why this post is dedicated to all the Mamas who have been kind and brave enough to share their stories with us, allowing us to see that we are all the same, irrespective of race, color, tribe, background or economic placement. I thank you.
Read all the wonderful stories we have featured here: Mom Stories
And to all my friends, critics, readers and guest writers, thank you. The Kenyan Mom came to be through the encouragement, support, and even bullying by all of you. The coming year will be even better, thanks to suggestions and great advice from all of you.
Happy New Year and let us make this year an even more inspiring one! Onwards and upwards my friends..
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Kids Breakfast Ideas
If your child is half as fussy as Junior, then the breakfast table can be a war zone. I find that 3 pieces of weetabix, combined with a banana, and milk always does the trick. He gets to have a healthy, short breakfast, loaded with tons of energy.
Handy Cleaning Tips
Coffee Stains In Mugs
I love my coffee mugs. I like them stain free. To remove that nasty brown ring inside, I use Wet a cloth. Put some baking soda and then rub the insidewith it. If the marks are stubborn, soaking overnight in hot water and baking soda helps.