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- Champagne Ridge
- Camping in the Maasai Mara
- When a word isn't just a word: SILLY
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Tag Archives: World Moms Blog
I’m over at World Moms Network* today, writing about a topic very near and dear to my heart. History is being made in my country, and I am feeling incredibly PROUD to be an American right now.
I’m over at World Moms Blog today, writing about Heshima Children’s Centre and the amazing work they’re doing for children with special needs in Kenya. (And also about the gorgeous jewelry they make and sell at Dignity Designs!) Here’s a … Continue reading
I’m over at World Moms Blog today, writing about our favorite Kenyan children’s books. We got a few new ones this weekend at the Giraffe Centre in Karen, and I wanted to share! We are really loving Chirchir is Singing, … Continue reading
I’m over at World Moms Blog today, writing about the lovely Kenyan traditions of naming babies. Our girls’ middle names are Nyambura (meaning born during the rains) and Makena (meaning the happy one). Click through to find out more about the meanings … Continue reading
I have every reason in the world to learn Swahili. It’s one of my husband’s mother tongues (though Kikuyu is his real mother tongue, as he will tell you). It’s one of the official languages of the country I call home. … Continue reading
I’ve been invited to become a regular contributor over at World Moms Blog, and my first post is up! It is an interview about motherhood, life abroad, and blogging – check it out here! (You might remember my guest post a few months … Continue reading
I’m featured this week on World Moms Blog, a website that hosts writers from over twenty countries around the world writing about motherhood, culture, human rights and social good. I’m so happy to contribute to their site! Please click through and leave a … Continue reading