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Mommy’s Love for us all nor matter what


I vote your mum to be the best mum in the world for a job well done in bringing such a wonderful, caring, loving and intelligent person like you. And nurturing you to be the kind of person everyone admires. May God grant her long life and prosperity..
Do this to add more years to her life.

❤❤❤❤❤!!!!…
But if she’s dead may her perfect soul rest in the Blossom of Almighty Living God.. than share it to other woman that sees you as her son or daughter!..

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Your Kids Will Thank You For Your Family Rituals: 4 Reasons Why


You don’t think to appreciate them, but family rituals are so important!

A family ritual is any activity that a family engages in periodically, is symbolic for everyone involved and is valued by each member so that they wish to continue it in the future. One of the most important pieces of parenting advice you can follow is to remember the importance of family rituals!

Rituals can be cultural or religious, but do not necessarily have to be. They can be done every day, every month, every year or at specific times of life.

There are three broad categories of rituals:

Celebrations. Examples of family celebrations include weddings , funerals or holidays such as Diwali or Eid. Traditions. Family traditions include any activities that are more specific to the family itself, including places to visit during the summer, birthday customs or specific types of food or music that the family members enjoy together. Routines. Finally, family routines are on an even smaller scale and involve family behaviors on a more frequent basis, such as seat assignments at the dinner table, bedtimes, discipline and modes of communication.

Most people don’t recognize how many family rituals they grow up with. People realize the value of the ritual in their life when they are no longer able to participate; for example, when they move to college or get married and have to create their own family rituals.

Family rituals can have very positive and strong functions for the development of the family and the individual family members.

By shodiya oluremi

I am Broken After I Overheard My Wife Tell Her Friends That My Manhood is Small, What Should I Do?


Dear Coleen,

I’m writing this letter with tears in my eyes. I’m about to celebrate 30 years of marriage and my wife and I have three grown-up kids and the two boys still live with us at home. Last week, my wife and I were at an event with some of her friends and ended up going back to one of their houses for another drink. When it was time to go home, we called a taxi and I waited by the door for it while she carried on talking to her friends in the kitchen.

One of them asked her if she could go back and do one thing in life that she’s missed over the past 30 years, what would it be?

My wife replied: “Another night with John.” I was totally shocked – John was her ex-boyfriend who she lost her virginity with. I wanted the ground to open up and swallow me and had to hold back the tears. None of them saw me standing by the door.

Then one of her friends asked why this was as she has such a good husband and my wife said: “But he lacks in the trouser department and John was a lot bigger and better in bed.” Then she went on to talk about the other four men she’d slept with who were all bigger than me.

I was devastated, not least because she’d always said she’d only slept with one other man before me. At that point, one of her friends saw me and insisted my wife hadn’t meant anything by what she’d said and that she was just drunk. My wife doesn’t know I heard any of this, although she knows something is wrong. I keep replaying it in my head and can’t sleep. How can I handle this? I’m thinking of walking away.

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Coleen says –

First of all, you have tell her what you overheard and explain how much it has hurt you, and that you don’t know how you can come back from it. I’m sure she’ll feel terrible because she probably was drunk and people do say things when they’re drunk that they’d never say sober.

But whatever she’s comparing you to, the fact is that your marriage has lasted 30 years. If these other guys were so wonderful, why did she choose you and stay with you for all this time? They are exes for a reason.

Whatever her reasons were for saying what she did, you can’t move forward unless you talk about it. She needs to know how hurt you are and you need to give her the chance to explain and apologise for hurting and embarrassing you.

This could obviously affect your confidence in bed and if you feel you can’t move on sexually, then it would be worth seeing a psychosexual counsellor. But I think you should work hard at not throwing away 30 good years for a drunken off-the-cuff remark.

Don’t let your ego and pride kick away everything you’ve built up.

Leave your comments below and help this poor man out.

By High Sparrow

A true story of A MAN and his WIFE. 


A man and his wife quarrelled. After the fight, the wife went into the bedroom. A few minutes later, the husband also trooped into the bedroom only to find the wife busy packing her suitcase! He asked “You are packing! Where are you going?” She answered “To my mother”

The man paused for a while and also got his big brown pure leather suitcase & started packing his clothes. The angry wife stared at him and said “You are packing! Where are you going?” He replied “Oh yeah! I”m going to my mother!”

The wife replied, “To your mother???!! And what about the 6 children?! Who is going to look after them?” The man replied, “You are going to your mother! I’m going to my mother. The 6 children should also go to their mother!!..

Family is everything!!!..
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Some Girls bad character


Girls why will you pack your load and be living in your boyfriends house, went to my brother house only to see his girlfriend load everywhere which i know my brother is not even ready for marriage in next 3 years, i told her my mind today, pack out of my brother house his not ready for marriage, if my mother meet you here you will hate your self, what does this girls tell her parent at home before leaving her parents home, nothing more but lies.
Now my question is this:

The girl that visit the brother what’s her business on that issue? Wasn’t his brother accepted her girl friend to stay? That’s the problem with we most Africans, yes i know that you’re trying to protect your brother but he never as any protection from you.. So i as ask again

Who is to blame Here? 
Is it the guy that invited the lady to come and live with him knowing fully well that he is not ready for marriage anytime soon and won’t marry her OR Is it the lady that packed her things to a guys house that is not married to her yet.

Your opinion needed.

​Dog saves family from cobra attack in Bayelsa



Yenagoa – A dog on Sunday saved a family in Otuasega Community, Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa from cobra attack.

Mrs Catherine Isiki, who spoke in an interview on Tuesday in Yenagoa, described the attack as a “mystery to the family.”

Isiki said that the cobra `invaded’ their home at about 1 a.m. on Sunday.

“ I woke up as a result of alarm raised by my grand-daughter who was the first person to see the snake.

“I am alive today because of a dog that saved me and my family; neighbours could not kill the cobra due its size.

“Some of our neighbours could not even come near our compound due to fear; the Mastiff (dog) was awakened by the noise.

“It was the dog that went straight to the room where the snake was and began to fight the cobra until it killed it.

“I do not know how the snake managed to gain entry to our house because everywhere is tiled.

“In fact, it would have been a tragic story if we did not have the dog as a pet in the house; yes, the dog finally killed the snake, but it was God’s intervention,” she said.

Isiki appreciated God for sparing her family and encouraged people to keep dogs as pets.

“Dogs can save you from any untold danger, just as my entire family was saved because I have a pet dog in my house,” Isiki said.

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In Ghana Family of 7 burnt to death in family home [Graphic Photo]


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The victims are reported to have been trapped inside the house by the burglary proofing in the house, with neighbours unable to launch a rescue mission.

Seven people have reportedly lost their lives in a fire » that engulfed a flat in Asante Mampong area of Ghana.

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The seven victims reportedly include a man identified as, Mr Adu Botchey, as well as his five children and a visitor, who lost their lives when the fire engulfed the flat with house number W.297 at Worakese, a surburb of Asante Mampong, Ghana, on Friday, June 3, 2016.
The victims are reported to have been trapped inside the house by the burglary proofing in the house, with neighbours unable to launch a rescue mission.

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The Landlady, Madam Elizabeth Amoah , disclosed that at about 12:30am on that fateful day, people had been heard shouting that one of the flats in the compound was on fire.
Mrs Amoah had woken up to discover that the three bedroom flat occupied by the late resident, Mr Adu Botchey, an Estate Officer at Obuasi, his five children and a guest, were on fire.

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The fire service from Mampong and Ejura had immediately been but were unable to save the lives of the victims by the time they were done battling the raging fire.
The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained or revealed.
The bodies of the victims have reportedly been deposited at Mampong District hospital mortuary for autopsy.

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The deceased are to be buried on Monday, June 6, 2016. May their souls rest in peace.

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