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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Omugwo Chronicles 58

Its been a year since we posted the Omugwo Chronicles....Mother in Laws dont go visiting anymore?LOL...







Dear Stella,


I promised to resend my Omugwo story but hustling no gree us settle down to write.


On a perfect Wednesday in November 2017, God decided to bless my family with a wonderful baby girl.
It was my first time as a mother and I didn't understand myself as I was recuperating from the stress of Delivery.


My MIL is just too much, infact she is the reason I am still married to my husband. In my culture, it is the husband's mother that performs Omugwo duty.


My MIL arrived for her special duty as soon as she heard I was in the hospital, she actually came to the hospital from church as she didn't have her clothes with her and she was with me for the 5 days I spent in the hospital. She learnt how to bath for me and clean my cut, she took care of my baby, she supervised the peircing of my daughter's ear and this was a big deal to me because my MIL is a staunch CAC member. Infact she was my support system.


When we got home, she did everything. I mean everything, well except pooing for me. She cooked, cleaned, washed, carried baby, everything you can think of. All I did was to sleep, breastfeed and recuperate. She was the one who coordinated the baby's christening. All she did was run things by me and asked if I was okay with them.


And when the news came that I had been laid off from work, this wonderful woman did everything to make me 'forget' that I didn't have a job anymore.
She gave me gifts of new clothes, blankets for my baby and most importantly she showed me true love.
From the little they had, herself and my FIL bought my beverages till my daughter was 3 months old.


My Omugwo was a wonderful period for me as I had all the support, love and care a new mother desires and deserves courtesy of my MIL.


I want to use this opportunity to say Thank you to her and to every Mother out there who show genuine love to their child's spouse irrespective of religion or tribe.


*MIL : Mother - in - law
*FIL : Father -in- law

Warm Regards.



*Awwww,so sweet!!!

53 comments:

  1. God bless your mother inlaw. She is a real mother.

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    1. Nice one. God bless your mother inlaw.

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    2. This is my mother in law twinnee
      Despite the fact that we are still expecting,my years of marriage has been blissful. She calls everyday to shower prayers.

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  2. Thank you for sharing poster and I am glad you had such a positive experience with your dear MIL. Please always tell her how much you love her everyday. She is a rare gem.

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  3. Awwww so sweet God Bless your wonderful Mother-in-law

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  4. Wow. I pray God blesses me with a MIL like this.

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  5. How nice of her.God bless your mother-in-law.

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  6. Probably Yoruba. For Yoruba’s it’s the man’s mother that comes for Itomo... not the woman’s mum.

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  7. God bless your mil and give her long life,amen. She is indeed rare, that is genuine love.

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  8. God bless your mil and give her long life,amen. She is indeed rare, that is genuine love.Please take good care of her oh.

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  9. I miss reading Omugwo Chronicles but This is such a sweet one to read. God bless your MIL AND FIL. God would continue to make you smile

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  10. Wow!! Nice woman, God will bless me with a wonderful mother in law.

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  11. Wow this is new. I haven't heard any wife praising mother in law like this. I love this. God bless your mother in law in a million fold.

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  12. God bless Mama! When you have one, cherish her. She is worth more than ten husbands put together

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  13. Awww may God bless ur mother in law for u. stay blessed

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  14. Your in_laws are super caring.. God bless them.

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  15. D wardrobes by Sarah30 January 2019 at 13:14

    This so beautiful. Your married into a family that has so much love inside of them. Congrats dear

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  16. May God bless your mother in law.

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  17. i love this. It is a lesson to us women. God bless your mother in law.

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  18. God bless your mother in law and father in law.
    God bless you and your baby too.
    Where is your husband?

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    1. My husband is at work ma.

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    2. Alright. God bless him too

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  19. I love my parent in-laws,they are the best. I'd I complain about hubby to them then he knows he's in trouble, I probably would have ended things with my husband but his parent are like the glue holding us together...hubby accused us of a gang up against him lol... his siblings are not left out as well... am so blessed with good in-laws. Sometimes I feel more in-laws lucky than husband lucky. Hubby tries but misbehaves alot I.e hangs out with friends more than he spends time at home, comes back late e.g 12am, 1am, 2am etc. Drinks, smokes and sometimes abuses drugs- has cut down on the drugs though but doesn't womanise and takes good care of his family.

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  20. May God bless your mother in law tremendously. In the morning, afternoon and night, goodness, mercy and favour shall be hers.
    May God keep her and your father in law in top health.

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  21. I'm really happy to read this story. God bless her nyafu nyafu

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  22. My type of MIL,I am praying to conceive this year and birth healthy babies so she can spoil me fully.Congratulations on the birth of your baby,I pray God gives you a better job.May God keep your parent in laws in good health.

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  23. God bless your mother in law and you too for appreciating her

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  24. God bless your MIL. This is how it should be done with so much joy in her heart. I wish i experienced this with my 1st.

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  25. You're so lucky. I know my MIL will be handful. I am already seeing the signs

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  26. Thank God for you. My own MIL made me go into postpartum depression, I almost ran away with my baby. Thank God I survived.. Thank God for my family, Thank God for life.

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  27. I have to go anon on this. Mil is the happy now and sad later type so, you don't know which one of her moods you might encounter. She's been fighting with us since the beginning of the new year and over the period of our marriage, has been one fight or the other!
    I just pray God softens her heart and she visits a therapist soon!

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  28. May God bless your mother in law.

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  29. different strokes for different folks, may God bless your mother in law.

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  30. May God bless your mother in law

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  31. God bless your mother in law. My own na only God go help her. Please I don't think I'll allow my kids marry into a home that parents are divorced or separated or children born outside wedlock. I'm in one and father in law is awesome. Mother in law is like a devil. All her bitterness na my marriage dey carry am. I want to be a friend to her. But for where she sees me as an enemy

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  32. good for you. mine was a jazz woman in the early part of the marriage. she sha repented before she died 2 years ago

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