Pictures from the Lagosmums Mums Day Out and Spa Retreat

LagosMums held its mums day out and spa day retreat on Thursday, 13th of July. The event which held at the TirtaAyu Spa in Lekki was an avenue for mums to kick-back, relax, network and have fun. The mums who attended were treated to an Indonesian style spa experience in a calming environment.

We talked to some of the mums who attended, and here’s what each of them had to say:

Name: Omowunmi 

Why did you register to attend the Spa Retreat?: I registered Because I wanted to relax and meet other mums in a relaxing environment.

Were your expectations for this event met?: Yes, it was nice to meet other mums, network and listen to their different experiences and advice.

What is the hardest part of being a Lagosmum?: The traffic and having to juggle doing school runs for your kids and managing your staff. Basically trying to meet up with time.

Any advice for other mums?: Take it one day at a time in trying to balance family and work and once in awhile try to find the time to relax.

Would you attend any future Lagosmums event?: Definitely

Recap From The First Edition Of The Lagosmums Spa Retreat

Name: Bimbo

Why did you register to attend the Spa Retreat?: I thought it would be a nice opportunity to network with other mums.

Were your expectations for this event met?: Absolutely.

What is the hardest part of being a Lagosmum?: Worrying about the safety of your children.

Any advice for other mums?: For new mums – if you can, take time off work to bond with your child. It’s a wonderful experience.

Would you attend any future Lagosmums event?: Definitely.

Recap From The First Edition Of The Lagosmums Spa Retreat

Name: Assam-Victor Ifeanyi

Why did you register to attend the Spa Retreat?: I needed a place to see my fellow compatriots (Fellow mothers) Lol. To relax, meet new people and have fun.

Were your expectations for this event met?: Yes!

What is the hardest part of being a Lagosmum?: For me, it’s getting home tired and not being able to spend time with my children. They are at the age where they want to play but sometimes I get home really tired and I have a headache so I can’t give them my best and they have to wait till the weekend to get my best.

Any advice for other mums?: Children know more than you think, so don’t wait until they are grown up to correct them. Lay the foundation right when they are young, it makes your job easier when they are teenagers.

Would you attend any future Lagosmums event?: Oh yes! Definitely.

Here are some other pictures from the event:

 

 

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