I think of myself pregnant, round and heavy

By Babylove Network | May 15, 2018
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Spread the love I wonder what being a mum will be like. Often are the times I think about it, wondering if this is something I will succeed at. I think of myself pregnant, round and heavy. Will I be moody and tired every day, or if I will glow like people commonly say to…

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Today you came, Dear Baby

By Babylove Network | May 15, 2018
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Spread the love Dear Baby, here in my hands, Today you came. The One who holds eternity has rustled your soft cocoon, I think the timing was just right I just can’t stop gazing in wonder at your little fingers, your eyes, your lovely little feet and toes What a precious gift you are Your…

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The brightest moments of my life

By Babylove Network | May 15, 2018
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Spread the love Parenting has never been a choice for many, but whenever it comes, we tend to try to just be the perfect or rather the best parents to our kids. Well, my journey to parenting has never been any easy one. For starters, I am only 22 years old and parenting at my…

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Terrible 2 or is it Terrific 2 ?

By Babylove Network | May 15, 2018
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Spread the love March and April have been very interesting months! A lot has been happening and I lost some momentum on my new blog; then I remembered this blog is about my memories; about the things I will be reading and sharing with my grandchildren. So I have had to just get my head…

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By Babylove Network | April 20, 2018
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Spread the love – A poem expressing the anxiety of a pregnant woman whose EDD has arrived   Dear Baby, here beneath my heart, I thought that you might come today; the timing just seemed right But the stars are out and the moon is high and sheepishly I wonder why I try to arrange…


No sugar in my tea, please…I am getting my curves back!

By Babylove Network | March 14, 2018
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Spread the love Firstly, let me say a big thank you for the overwhelming response to my first blog. I truly appreciate all your feedback and support! One of my resolutions this year is to get my curves back! My actual body goal is to be able to comfortably rock some cute shorts and jumpsuits…


Welcome to my Babylove Network Blogspot!! | Pauline

By Babylove Network | February 17, 2018
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Spread the love   After months of contemplating about starting a blog, I have finally decided to take the first step and actually do my first blog post. Special shout out to my FB Family for encouraging me to start blogging! I actually struggled to pick what my first topic would be! But then after…

Don’t bore your kid! Suggested family TV shows

By Babylove Network | September 20, 2017
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Spread the love Adults and parents weary about family TV shows Family TV shows or watching TV as a family creates an amazing bonding exercise, is an easy conversation starter, establishes individual character and personality appreciation, as well as a whole range of positive family relation attributes. That being said, we as adults and parents…

How to guide your kids’ screen/TV viewing

By Babylove Network | August 31, 2017
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Spread the love Hello mums and dads! How can we intentionally mould our children’s TV viewing and their psychology towards televisions and other screen media devices? Just how can we shape their appetite for the content that comes along with these devices? There are different methods, tools and approaches that can be implemented to instil…

I want another baby… | Getrude Mungai

By Babylove Network | July 19, 2017
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Spread the love It was that annoying pressure in the lower belly, crazy period pains and a belly a little bigger than it should be – not very becoming for a lady. Getrude Mungai, then 19, took the matter to the hospital. The doctor pointed out two strangers sitting in her womb…and they were not…