Nigerian actress and film producer Mary Nnenna Njoku has revealed the most important thing children need.
According to the actress, children won’t remember expensive gifts and toys bought for them, but they will only appreciate and remember the time you spent with them.
Sharing a cute photo with her daughter, Mary Njoku stressed that parents can make every moment count for their children by spending quality time with them.
Children won’t remember expensive toys you buy for them. They will remember the time you spent with them. So make it count.
KFN recalls that Mary Njoku celebrated her son, Jason Obinna Njoku, who clocked 8.
Sharing her childbirth experience, she recalled the doctor informed her in the labour room that she has to go through a surgical delivery which is the caesarian section, because he was hanging on the umbilical cord, willing to embark through his legs.
Mary was scared but was later fine after the doctor’s assurance of the outcome of the delivery. On the other hand, her mom switched to prayer mode and was quoting lines from the bible.
The mother of three wrote:
At this time, exactly 8yrs ago, I was in labor. Lying down on a hospital bed, waiting impatiently for this special son of mine.
He was hanging on to the umbilical cord, prepared to come out with his legs. I guess his Igbo head was too big…..😊😊😊.