I’ve been terrible about posting, so here are some family photos at the beach this afternoon!
About Mama Mgeni
Former aid worker and current SAHM, living in Nairobi with my husband, our sassy three year old daughter, and a brand new baby girl...
What does “mgeni” mean?Mgeni is a word in Swahili meaning foreigner, guest, visitor or stranger. While Kenya is my home, and I've settled well here, part of me is still mgeni, with a foot in both the expat and local Kenyan worlds...
Top Posts & Pages
- Camping at Mount Suswa
- Camping along the Malewa River
- Frolicking at the beach...
- Off to the US!
- How to: Getting a Kenyan passport for your child
- We survived 31 hours of travel!
- Menengai Crater: Land that time forgot...
- Get bendy: prenatal yoga in Nairobi
- I accidentally-on-purpose took my kid's toys away, and this is what happened...
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