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Ariyike Akinbobola Shares How Showing Up At Her Son’s School Christmas Concert Made A Huge Difference

   

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Being a working mum and managing the home front especially when it has to do with the kids can be difficult, however, it is worth it.

Media personality, Ariyike Akinbobola, in a post on her Instagram page said that parents should not just spend their time chasing money, they should also invest their time in their kids.

She narrated how her presence at her children’s Christmas carol saved the day.

She wrote,

In all that I do, my Family comes first. They know my worth, they value me and they always look out for me. Sometimes my boys are even over protective because they see me as the Chic in the house so they handle me with care. After my exam yesterday in Ikeja, I had to rush straight to my Children’s school in Lekki for their Christmas Carol service because 2 of them were participating in the concert.

 Let’s just say I got there a few seconds before the first one went on stage, He spent the first few minutes looking around to see if I was in the crowd. As soon as our eyes met, hubby and I gave him thumbs up and you could see the instant sparkle in his eye + you could tell that his confidence level rose from a 60 to a 100 and he was so happy that he put his all in the performance. He read his lines like a Pro and got everyone clapping. Same as his brother.

 I’m really happy I could be there for them yesterday because I almost thought I wouldn’t make it. I’ve never missed any school event so it would have been really awkward if I didn’t go.

Moral of the story: Learn to go out of your way for your kids, Don’t spend your life chasing after money and neglecting your responsibilities, Invest your time in your Kids, Be there for your Children and watch them thrive in all aspect of life and you’ll see how confident they will become just because they know you’ve got their back. Family over everything!

❤️❤️❤️#Ariyikewrites #Familyfirst#Familyovereverything #Children #Kids#Education #Christmascarol#Workingmum #Yummymummy

In all that I do, my Family comes first. They know my worth, they value me and they always look out for me. Sometimes my boys are even over protective because they see me as the Chic in the house so they handle me with care. After my exam yesterday in Ikeja, I had to rush straight to my Children's school in Lekki for their Christmas Carol service because 2 of them were participating in the concert. Let's just say I got there a few seconds before the first one went on stage, He spent the first few minutes looking around to see if I was in the crowd. As soon as our eyes met, hubby and I gave him thumbs up and you could see the instant sparkle in his eye + you could tell that his confidence level rose from a 60 to a 100 and he was so happy that he put his all in the performance. He read his lines like a Pro and got everyone clapping. Same as his brother. I'm really happy I could be there for them yesterday because I almost thought I wouldn't make it. I've never missed any school event so it would have been really awkward if I didn't go. Moral of the story: Learn to go out of your way for your kids, Don't spend your life chasing after money and neglecting your responsibilities, Invest your time in your Kids, Be there for your Children and watch them thrive in all aspects of life and you'll see how confident they will become just because they know you've got their back. Family over everything! ❤️❤️❤️#Ariyikewrites #Familyfirst #Familyovereverything #Children #Kids #Education #Christmascarol #Workingmum #Yummymummy

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