In this letter #toHER, we collected five letters to celebrate our mums. This is to the mums that are cherished, missed, or just remembered. We hope you read this knowing how much you’re loved. Happy Mothers’ Day.
When the subject of today’s “A Week In The Life” got pregnant, her life stopped. First, she had to resign from her job. Then, she became a stay-at-home mum to care for her son. Now, she tells us about raising a toddler and navigating her new reality:
Although some people regret having children, there are still some that have things to be grateful for about being a mother. These five Nigerian women share the best thing about being a mother. Zuma, 34 My favourite part of being a mother is the fact that I have little people that think I am the […]
Nigerian mothers are known for their dramatics and all out uniqueness that border on the sides of the ridiculous; from calling us downstairs to help them fetch the TV remote right beside them to their crazy assumptions and belief about our social media life and more. Take this quiz to find out how Nigerian your […]
This story is so touching, you’d be moved to tears…like I was
When your mother prices something from N5000 to N250.
When she wants to beat you and you hold her hand, just know your own has finished be dat
Boys and their first love!
They will never give a yes/no answer.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: