HOW TO: Styling your baby-girl’s afro hair

I thought I survived the busy weekend scotfree, till I looked at 100Watt's hair a few minutes before they left for school. I had zero time to braid or style. So here is a pretty quick fix; Dampen hair with a spray mix of water and oil. Massage moisturizing gel sparingly into the hair strands. … Continue reading HOW TO: Styling your baby-girl’s afro hair

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On missing toothbrushes…and all other matters ancilliary

I feel the need to warn you about my love for saying "all other matters ancilliary". It doesn't always mean there is an ancilliary matter. With that out of the way,this post is some 33hours old.(Data plan gave no warning signals,just expired on me like Nepa). We are constantly warned to watch what we do … Continue reading On missing toothbrushes…and all other matters ancilliary

An insominic story: Identify your selling point

Sometimes your toddler won't just sleep, you must know and be prepared for this. On some nights, they will wake up and ask for indomie, then ask you to lift them to the fridge so they can stick up their 'indomie thing'. If you dont look upset yet, they will proceed to eat only the … Continue reading An insominic story: Identify your selling point

HOW TO: Protecting your baby-girl’s afro hair

Baby girls are about the cutest beings you can set your eyes upon. Maintaining that cuteness is however beyond shopping for all the pink items at various sale points. Hair to me is a conversation that existed before I was born, is still on, and will forever be talked about. Perhaps this is because it … Continue reading HOW TO: Protecting your baby-girl’s afro hair

GOING TO SCHOOL PHOBIA

This morning, my son was very reluctant about going to school. I knew it was the adjustment from the previous playgroup class to this new one with work a bit more serious. But for asking sake, I interrogated Me: Did your teacher beat you?Him: NoMe: Did your classmate beat you?Him: No I wondered if anyone … Continue reading GOING TO SCHOOL PHOBIA