My daughters are 3 and 1 years old. As a Mum living in London, it hasn’t been easy trying to raise them to be fluent in Yoruba because of the lack of educational materials and constant exposure, but I can offer some tips that has been helpful for me. 1. Just speak it! – My […]
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We recently came across a website called KnowThatNanny and were so impressed with the concept that we decided it was worth sharing with everyone. KnowThatNanny is an online platform currently aimed at the Nigerian market where employers can post reviews about their current and past domestic staff and these reviews will essentially provide other employers […]
Some mums in the YorubaMums Facebook group have joined me in a challenge where we speak, or better yet, try to speak ONLY Yoruba to our children. No English, just Yoruba! The challenge started about 2 weeks ago and it has been hard. From conversations with my fellow challengers, there has been many slip-ups but […]
Showing good hospitality towards our visitors and also (especially) strangers is a Yoruba man/woman’s hallmark.
Today, I’ll like to discuss something & it is to do with this matter of names. Our children’s names in particular…
Our aim is to help Yoruba Mums (either by birth or marriage) as we try to preserve…