Following the trending conversation on breastfeeding earlier this month, I made a call for African women to share their experiences breastfeeding for an article. Cynthia* was one of the women that reached out to me, she told me her baby rejected breast milk and was sick at birth so I asked more questions. Here’s what […]
Do you have a Nigerian mother?
Can you identify the cheaper items?
For many young Nigerian women, this week’s interview may mirror the relationship you have with your mother. Strained connections with mothers who barely got to know you as you grew up and are suddenly trying to foster a deeper relationship with you now that you are in your 20s. Describe your mum in one word? […]
Remember all the time you spent side-eyeing your Nigerian mother whenever she did something ridiculously Nigerian mother-y in public and you swore you would do everything in your power to make sure you didn’t end up like her? Well, I have news for you. You failed. Before you start arguing, read the points below and […]
What’s not to love about Odunalde
“You’ll grow into it.”
You really should be watching ‘Skinny Girl In Transit’.
E dakun oh!!!
Don’t try this at home. Seriously.
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