Welcome To wives Town Hall Connection aka Wives Connection blog.Hello, this is me, Eya Ayambem is my name. I'm from the South South Nigeria, precisely, Cross River State. A school teacher, married with four kids. I work and live in Abuja with my family.
This is my blog, I call it wives townhall connection also known as wives connection for short. Where we meet with our veiled or unveiled faces to discuss what concerns us as women, wives and mothers in this beautiful country of nigeria located in the heart of the very fertile Africa.
I love to read books a lot. I also love to write maybe that's why I have taught for over a decade of my life. Hopefully,this blog brings us some answers, helps us and guides to questions and answers on women matters. I have been married for over ten years so, trust me to have some experience irelationships, marriage, parenting and family life generally. Maybe I should add here that people tell me "I'm a great cook" creative in the kitchen,, and that my meals always turn out great.
As a woman, wife and mother. My day starts with stretching a hand to stop the alarm that is already ringing at 4:30 am.
Next I say a 'thank you for another day prayer' while seated on the bed or kneeling beside it.
Then I rush to the bathroom and freshen up because not doing this may in a way make the kids uncomfortable while getting them ready for school (
Basically, what I do in the bathroom is
brush my teeth, use some deodorant and check myself in the mirror before attempting to wake the girls.
Oh sorry, before
waking them up, I get into the kitchen to make sure lunch boxes are packed and kept by the
main door , that is if they were not packed the previous night.
Then I quickly set the breakfast table.
After which their school uniforms are brought out and kept where they can assess them and dress themselves up cos I mean... the youngest girl is four.
Shoes are then arranged on the floor with the correct stockings in each pair.
Finally, everything is set, so, I don't have to wake them in a hurry. This is the first time I am going to sit in their room and take my time waking them up since 4:30am." Most times they ask for a few minutes of just doing nothing after opening their eyes, which they get to enable them wake up and be more alert.
From here, I can take care of myself too while they are managing themselves with just a little assistance here and there.
On the whole,, I experience busy mornings. With the help of the alarm on my phone, it works for me!!!
Everyone leaves the house smiling.
Time management is very important, so that nothing takes more time than it should. It is important to allot specific minutes or hours to every chore and try to abiode by it.
You do not have to sweep everyday, re-arrange the house and put some breakable items away. Put away some items that require constant attention from you, like some pieces of furniture that will require daily cleaning.
Cook and store in the freezer, so that you so not have to cook everyday.
Plan your shopping ahead and keep a list where you jot down daily, every need that arises, so that you do not forget anything when you go shopping.
Older kids can help out with getting their younger ones dressed.
Lunch boxes should be packed the previous night and kept beside the main entrance.
Can we share what works for you?