Joyce Mwangi: I honour you. I remember you.
After the loss of my second child, my son Thayu Kiheo, I almost lost it. And maybe I actually did. I was devastated. My body was physically bearing the marks of carrying a baby for 20 weeks, striving to keep that baby alive through medication most of its injectables and still losing that child.
An Open Letter to the Women Struggling with Infertility
Struggling with infertility does not make you any less of a woman, just as having a child does not make a woman. This letter is for you!
3 Crucial Things to know when Considering The Removal of Fibroids
Going through a myomectomy does not mean that you will never have fibroids ever again. These are the important things to know beforehand.
I am a Stay At Home Mum By Choice
I am a stay at home mum; by choice. That’s what I have always said but maybe the job chose me. Most people don't understand. Here's why I say this...