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LagosMums Mum of the Month – Esther Moyin Adegunle

Our first Lagosmums mum of the month for the year 2022, is Esther Moyin Adegunle. Mum to two wonderful children, a wife, an International Development Professional, Economist, a Future African Leader, Writer and Author. Please tell us about yourself Esther is a purpose-driven lady who loves God and works towards giving him pleasure. I am…

LagosMums Mum of the Month – Oluwakemi Sheba

Our Lagosmums mum of the month is Oluwakemi Sheba. Mum to two wonderful children, wife, a seasoned customer service professional of 15 years, service delivery expert, Linkedin Influencer, motivational advocate and Public Speaker. Please tell us about yourself My name is Oluwakemi Sheba, an Experienced Customer Service Professional, a Service Delivery Expert, an Inspirational Leader…

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Be a Good Teacher for Your Baby

Be a good teacher for your baby by showing them how to look at, listen to, touch, or smell, and generally explore their expanding world. Babies learn by exploring the things around them. Hold your babies so they can see things; help them hold objects like socks or a rattle. As babies grow, give them…

LagosMums Mum of the Month – Toyin Lolu-Ogunmade

Our Lagosmums mum of the month is Toyin Lolu-Ogunmade. Mum to two wonderful children, wife, CEO Precious Conceptions, Nigeria’s foremost holistic fertility management & concierge company and a published author Please tell us about yourself My name is Toyin Lolu-Ogunmade. I am God’s child, loved and valued by the heavenly Father, passionate about helping women…

Being More than a Mother

It’s easy to get so engrossed in being a mother that your other relationships begin to suffer. It’s not intentional, but you barely even have enough time in your busy day to take a shower, let alone return phone calls or make friendly visits. You begin to feel the guilt seeping in slowly but surely,…

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The “How to” of Breastfeeding – Dr. Michele Griswold

It is World Breastfeeding Week; it is celebrated to encourage breasfeeding and improve the health of babies all around the world. This celebration holds annually from August 1st to August 7th; the theme for this year is – Protect Breastfeeding: A Shared Responsibility. In a recent interview with UNICEF, lactation expert and former president of…

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What is it about LagosMums? Being a Mum means that you are many things at the same time…

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