Hi friends, hope you are well. Today, I have some good news to share 🙂
I’d like to let you know that Mummy Tales has been nominated for a blogger’s award 🙂 Mummy Tales has been nominated in the Best Topical Blog category. I wish to thank all of you who follow this blog, who read the stories that I share, all of you who share in the hopes, dreams, encouragement and inspiration of those that I feature here -stories told by brave women (and men), who hope to educate us on a certain aspect of parenting.
A special thanks to the amazing moms and women who allow me to share their stories here. It takes a lot of courage to do so, and we salute them for that.
By the way, I too keep learning new things from the stories that I publish, it’s amazing how we all go through different experiences and how you can always learn something from the experience of the next person. I certainly intend to continue doing what I’ve been doing here for the last seven years -bringing you these encouraging stories. I invite you to continue sharing in this journey with me.
So once again, I come to you for your support, by asking you to take a few moments of your time to vote for Mummy Tales by clicking on this link where you’ll find me in category number 11, option e, as indicated in the screenshot below:
I thank you for your time, for sharing, liking and subscribing to this blog and my video channel. I sincerely appreciate this. Please share the link with your networks as well 🙂
In the meantime, I’d like to inform you about an event that’s coming up later this month. This is a Basic First Aid training course mostly for nannies and caregivers. You may see the details in the flier below. You can also read the story I did on Alice Kibagendi, founder of Amara Initiative, which is the organization that conducts this training. Alice’s baby, called Amara, choked to death while being fed, and this is what inspired her to start the initiative. You can find Alice’s story by clicking on the link:
That’s all for today and once again, thank you for the support and don’t forget to vote for Mummy Tales here.
For any enquiries or if you’d like to share your story, you can reach me on firstname.lastname@example.org