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Who is Patricia Cidi Malika?


Hi guys, hope you good. So today I feature a young mom –Patricia Cidi Malika. If you’re a follower of my blog you know that I love telling other mom’s stories, so that we can learn from each other’s experiences. And Patricia has some experiences that we can pick a thing or two from.

Today, I want you to get to know her just a little bit because tomorrow, I’ll feature her story about rekindling love in a marriage after the babies have come. Her article is based on her own experience of what happened in her marriage after they got their baby.

By the way if you have a motherhood experience that you’d like to share with other women, write to me at maryanne@mummytales.com and I’ll get back to you.

So here’s a little about Patricia:

“I am a 25 year old wife and mum from the Coastal region (Giryama) I’m married to a wonderful man from Western Kenya. We are both born-again Christians who love the Lord and His people.

I am a mother to one little princess, Darlene, who is 11 months old. She makes every day beautiful for me. Princess was born premature as a result of premature rupturing of the uterine membrane (pPROM). I bled excessively after birth, went into shock and passed out. But all is well. She is a healthy, beautiful and super active baby today. She is God’s great blessing, gift and reward to us.

Patricia with her husband.

My personal belief in life is that every woman is a jewel and should be treated as such. I advocate for women (me included) to be wise builders of our homes – loving our spouses and children, taking care of our homes and contributing to the financial growth of our families.

I have a background in International Business Administration from USIU. After my maternity leave I opted to start an events planning business and work from home. It is a rewarding career especially if one puts in the work and determination required.”-END

Catch up with her story titled: “How I Reignited the Passion in our Marriage” here on Mummy Tales tomorrow.

Meanwhile you may also like to read Waturi Wamboye’s story here: “As a New Wife, a Helping Hand from my Husband went a Long Way”

Waturi Wamboye

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Mummy Tales is an organization dedicated to empowering its readers on different aspects of womanhood and motherhood. Mummy Tales is the top Women & Girl Empowerment blog in Kenya (BAKE 2017 awards) and 2016 top Women & Girl Empowerment blog (African Blogger Awards). Read more motherhood experiences of Kenyan moms here.





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Maryanne W. Waweru is a Kenyan mum raising her two sons in Nairobi. A journalist, Maryanne is passionate about telling stories and hopes that through her writing, her readers learn something new, feel encouraged, inspired, and appreciative of what they have in their lives. Maryanne's writing focuses on motherhood, women and lifestyle. "Telling stories is the only thing I know how to do," she says.


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