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Being British Nigerian and teaching your kids Yoruba

A while ago, I posted a video of me having a chat with my friend…

Amikumu: Hang out with friends

I recently granted an interview to She.Leads.Africa. One of the…

Guest Post: Ikini ni ile Yoruba (Greetings in Yoruba land)

Good Evening my Beautiful Mamas and Papas. Kudos forever to our…

Ṣòkòtò Tips: DIY Hair conditioner

We Yoruba people have a saying, 'ohun ti a nwà lo Sókótó…

My top five tips for teaching your children Yoruba

My daughters are 3 and 1 years old. As a Mum living in London,…

Do you really KnowThatNanny?

We recently came across a website called KnowThatNanny and were…

Advice from a Gambian Mum

Some mums in the YorubaMums Facebook group have joined me in…

E wa jeun - Come and Eat

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...

Welcome to YorubaMums Blog

Our aim is to help Yoruba Mums (either by birth or marriage) as we try to preserve...
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