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Thursday, 8 September 2016

Omugwo Chronicles - 50

Hehehehehe...funny narrative..






I was reading through the Labour room chronicle about the crying oga which was so hilarious when I decided to send in my omugwo story.

I am from the west proudly Yoruba but i live with my husband in the south east. My mother and my mother in law are working class so none was looking forward to coming around. We were planning to go deliver the baby in America and the 2 grandma's to be started competition hehehe as God will have it my husband said he did not have sufficient funds so we busted the plan and we agreed that I should come to Lagos to stay with his mum at about 6months into my pregnancy and since my parents are also in lagos i can shuffle but my mother in law wanted me in her house without visiting anyone she has this idea of we have married you and that's final( very controlling but a very nice woman, I run all her personal errands and I became her driver)

I was trying to get my ICSA certification at the time. i go to library to read for my exams. I saw my mother almost everyday, the first time i told my mil that i had lunch with my mum she gave me an attitude for days. So i stopped telling her and i was enjoying the best of both world. My mil is actually very nice and we went shopping together a lot of times.

When I gave birth, We were to be discharged the next day, my mum came with her best friend and my mil came with my SIL and her own younger sister (48years old) who we decided to import from the village ...My mum felt the baby was too small to stay in a filled up car and that since my mils car was filled up that I should stay in hers my mil started a mild drama.hehehe.

 I was just laughing.

My mother in laws sister became the nanny and she helped me with everything concerning the baby, and the hot water bath for me too,there was a cook and help so basically i had no chores other than to breastfeed but here is the funny part ......

she told me she likes tea a lot and the cook complains a lot about managing things, i asked the cook and the man said she takes tea like 5times a day so I bought her 1tin of milo and milk she finished it in 1week, that was where the ritual started it became a weekly affair. 


When am going out she will ask me for money for call unit that she wants to call her village people, the first time she asked I gave her 1k the next day she asked again I gave her 500 and when I realised it's another ritual I started buying 200 mtn and give to her daily. 

She eats 2 hard boiled eggs a day. She eats suya everyday if you dont buy one night she will sing about it  till the next day. My cousin came to visit and brought provisions and all while i was out of the house . She finished it all and i did not know until my cousin said is it that the provision is too small or what? I asked her she said she thought the gift was for the person taking care of the baby.lmao.


When my hubby took paternity leave she became worse ,2 bottles of coke a day. she said one cannot quench her thirst. She collects money to make her hair from my husband, my mil and myself. One particular week I refused to buy her any provision I acted like my atm was not working I saw her using my babies aptamil and she said no wonder he has big cheeks.


 I can go on and on it was so bad anyone visiting she will ask them for money. Although, She was so cool and took care of the baby well but her "longer throat" was mind boggling. When I went back to base she called and said she wants to come visit I disconnected my phone and switched off. 


She called my hubby and he got home and said let's think about it instead of a nanny I said God forbid. She can beg a mother hen for eggs. Hehehe. 


Hehehehehehehhehehehehe...she actually took the baby milk and said no wonder his cheek is fat?hahahahahahhahahahahahahhaha

WNB coming up after Chronicles today.note that you should not open it if you are single.


51 comments:

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    1. Poster, that woman na long throat . But at least she took care of the baby. Imagine taking baby milk.

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  2. Haaaaaaa that your SIL is something else, but to be candid, me too sabi eat from my brother's baby food, from aptamil to Peak 123 lol




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Her own Na longer throat and Na very bad one o

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    2. Hehehehe begging a chicken for its eggs got me

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  3. Stella kwa...so we single people should stand aside ba...its alright...ma WNB wee come in 2 yrs time juss wait eh...any bv in benin wanna hang out...ladies only....lol...single ladies oh...since Stella said we should stand aside...lets stand aside hanging out...hahahahhaahahaha...

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  4. Hahahaha diz really cracked me up

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  5. Hmmmmmmm proudly yoruba? I hope you are not cheating on your man.

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    1. Kai You are so senseless

      Bimbola was here

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  6. Oh boy!!!!!!!!11 this is some chronicles.
    That is some longer throat of the highest order. Better to interview a nanny and discuss terms and conditions with her if not you will become her atm. Pay her grandchildren's school fees, in fact pay all her bills.

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  7. Wow, it's omugwo chronicles again.
    This one was very funny, but sweet
    Lucky you

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  8. na wa o. once i bron , no contest na my mama go come do omugwo. which husband mama, make she chill. she get daughters make she go omugwo for them. which kind thing be dat?

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  9. Lmaooooo
    Haaaaaaa this ur inlwa na suicide mission oo
    She even enjoy pass you wey born

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  10. Lols, nice one. She came to take care of baby and is also taking care of herself, Na wa

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  11. Hahahahahah@ no wonder d baby cheek is fat. Na real long throat.

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  12. so we wey be single wey don matured, wetin we never hear or see? abeg do this singles mingle make we single try our luck.

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  13. Waaah how the days are running is something else, anyway so happy. Course very soon the leave will be over. Getting so fat in door

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  14. Mother in law atenu. Can you imagine. Nice omugwo-chronicles tho.

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  15. Stella u haff come again, if we dont open it how we go take learn

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  16. hahahahahahaha This kinda people, they don't do such in their houses o.


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  17. This one is hilarious! So, she took from the baby's milk and actually said "No wonder your baby has big cheeks". Ok, that was funny.
    Where your mother in-law is going is closer than where she's coming from, hence the need for over-enjoyment.
    She believes is her son's money and she can do whatever she want with it. Thank God she only ask for snacks and recharge cards; and it was for a while, now you're back to your base.
    May God bless you and your baby.

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  18. Hahahahhahaha.. no wonder u has big cheek. Chai mayb that's her own old age brouhaha.you sef you ova notice that woman jareee.

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  19. hahahahahahahahah....laff don wound me o! Its so funny but if it happened to me, na world war three be dat! Poster, you are a very patient person. Blessings!

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  20. Lolz....I didn't laugh though
    I jx got a blog ID, STELLA please post

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  21. na waooo did kind woman self

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  22. Nawa for your sil, she's a leech, can't stand sux attitude at all....is she a godzilla?

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  23. So funny..."no wonder the baby has big cheeks"

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  24. 😂 hahahahaha very funny! Your sister in-law is something else.

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  25. Ikwakwakwa (in queens and boss voice)

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  26. Hahahahahahhaha
    I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Didn't want it to end.
    God bless u and yours dear.

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  27. I love love your SIL. Na where man dey work man dey chop.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  28. I love love your SIL. Na where man dey work man dey chop.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  29. Thank u cynhams cake Abuja for teaching me explicitly how to comment

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  30. My oh my! I can´t stop laughing..............

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  31. This one is not a problem to me as long as you are not trouble some and you take care of my child very well for me i will always give you if i have

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  32. Good for her.

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  33. What is it with Yorubas and how they expect you to abandon your mother because you are married to them?

    It cannot work with me o. I travel overseas, I travel over land, no one like mother to me. My mother is my mother. MIL is MIL.

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  34. Lol...just chill my WNB will be coming in at d end of this year

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  35. Lol...just chill my WNB will be coming in at d end of this year

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