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Horizontal Sisterhood – revisited Part 2

So here is Part 2 of my next installment to Horizontal Sisterhood. Still the background to where I am getting but an important lead-up in terms…


Horizontal Sisterhood – revisited

Here is a post I wrote last June. I am reposting because I am going to be commenting on this situation and what happened since. It’s…


Massaging Mama

    I am currently six months pregnant and today was a day of stretching pelvic muscles. Suffice to say walking has been troublesome and I…


Breastfeeding in Ghana

This is an article I wrote for Sydney’s Child Magazine, and various offshoots in other capital cities, in November 2012. Breastfeeding in Africa by Asanempoka  …


Right back at ya!

So my daughter just walked into my ‘office-cum-third-bedroom-for-guests’ and sat on my office chair.  She picked up a pen and began writing on a piece of…


Cuddles before sleep

So my daughter has been feeling a little out of sorts lately.  Sometimes being an only child gets her down.  I wish I could help her…


When it’s dark-time in Ghana…

                            My daughter was born in Ghana and we lived there until just before…

The Rants of a Ghanaian!

The "Rants" expressed are my own, and generally unpopular with others.


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