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Staying affair-proof in marriage

Be an open (e)-book — My husband and I can pick up one another’s computers or phones at any time of the day and see what the other has been up to. Of course, this means we trust each other not to post humiliating Facebook statuses on one another’s profiles, but our message histories, internet searches, email and texts are open to one another. If we wanted to, we could

5 ways wives hurt their husband’s feeling accidentally

I’m going to make a confession to you. It’s a confession many men will try to deny, but it’s the truth. Here it is…we men get our feelings hurt a lot more than we admit. Wow. I already feel a sense of relief now that this HUGE secret if off my chest! We tend to create gender stereotypes where women are more “emotional,” but both men and women are emotional

5 Communication Tools That Saved My Marriage

Early in our marriage, these simple principles change our hearts and transformed our relationship. We were blissfully in love and thrilled to be on our honeymoon. Then came day five—we had our first argument. That put us on a slippery slope moving swiftly toward desperation. Within the first nine months of our marriage, Gina and I were both convinced that we not only married the wrong person, but also were

Breast Feeding and It’s Benefits

Breast milk is oh so healthy. We don’t want to pressure everyone to nurse. We just want you to be aware of the benefits. Breast milk contains antibodies that can’t be engineered. Breastfed babies get fewer colds and sinus and ear infections. They also have less diarrhea and constipation and a decreased chance of having allergies and many other little sicknesses here and there.   Mom, you might end up healthier too. Over

Choosing a Prenatal Vitamin

It’s never too early to start taking care of your baby, and there’s no better time to start than now — during preconception. Luckily, there’s nothing easier — or smarter — than popping a prenatal vitamin. That daily prenatal will give you the security of knowing that your body is stocking up on all those important nutrients needed to conceive your baby-to-be and also to carry it through a healthy

Getting Started on Getting Pregnant

If you’re considering having a baby, you probably have wondered how long it will take to get pregnant, when to have sex, and how often. Find the answers to your questions here. The Odds of Getting Pregnant It’s a common question: What are the odds that I’ll get pregnant this month? For most couples trying to conceive, the odds that a woman will become pregnant are 15% to 25% in

Post Contest

This June and July you can be a part of the post contest Register/ Log in Click on a forum of your choice Post a Question or Story (Tip:An Interesting headline/topic will attract more replies from other mums) Two posts with the most replies weekly will receive N1,000 airtime Start posting here: http://mumsbooth.com/forums/ For more details send an email to mums@mumsbooth.com

How to make Akara

So ladies I found this recipe online…tried it last Saturday for breakfast and it turned out awesome…here you go: How to Make Akara To make Akara, you need to first of all remove the beans coat. You should remove the coat from the beans just before you make the Akara. This means that you can’t use coatless beans that has been stored in the fridge or freezer to make Akara.

Things i wouldn’t buy for my next baby

When you are preparing for your first baby it seems like the list is endless…something’s were absolutely unnecessary, here are a few: breast pads never used them, baby shoes, 0 to 3 months clothes, they grow fast.. I’ll go for 6 months, and feeding bottles since I was a stay at home mum and didn’t need to extract milk…what things would you exclude in your next baby shopping list?