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The Top 12 Stories from 2015

The holidays are here and it only follows that we share some of the stories that really left an impression on our readers.

Nannies are becoming a very important part of most households now. How do you let go of this significant addition to your family when the time comes to part ways? Find out how from Joan Thatiah with 7 Ways to Break Up With Your Nanny


Lindsay Spainhour Baker shared information on How to Properly Store Breast Milk


Nannies again. They really have become key to our lives. Wangui Thuo gave us 6 Steps to Finding (and Keeping) a Great Nanny.


Isis Nyongo also showed us 6 Special Ways to Empower your Nanny when they have done an outstanding job.

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Some dads like Chris Madison feel that they don’t have to play too much with their kids to prove that they are super dads! Here’s why. Parenting Trap: 4 Tips Dads Should Follow


Patrick Holford gave us effortless and cheap ways to Patrick Holford: Avoid Diabetes through Diet


Single mums are no longer a taboo. Life must go on and be enjoyed! Joan Thatiah shared a cheat sheet on 12 secrets for Dating a Single Mum for the daring men.


Lucy Muchiri, a leading midwife helped us demystify this very common belief regarding the post-pregnancy tummy. Expert Perspective: Should you tie your Belly after childbirth?

maternity bump fashion

maternity bump fashion

Isis Nyongo attended the ‘Afternoon with Lupita’ mentorship event and got Four Lessons from Lupita.

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Honest Mommy shared her experience on Motherhood: Myths versus Reality.


Yvonne Ndege came clean about her experience after returning to work on  Yvonne Ndege : My Career or My Baby

Mums Village Yvonne Ndege and Baby Safari

Mums Village Yvonne Ndege and Baby Safari

Tricia Wanjala interviewed Chidi Udogwu on the joys and tribulations of having multiples. Real Mum Interview: Supermama Chidi Udogwu

Happy Holidays villagers. Looking forward to making more memories in the coming year