Motherhood

This Nigerian Mother Dropped Her Son Off For His First Day At School, And We Can So Relate With Her Reaction

   

via: instagram.com/officialellamo

Many Schools resumed for the new school year yesterday, and many mothers sent their kids back to school with mixed reactions. For mothers sending their kids to school for the first time, the reaction is mostly strong excitement mixed with anxiety.

Fashion blogger, Ella Mo’s reaction as her son starts school for the first time is so relatable.

She wrote:

“BOUBA GOES TO SCHOOL!!
This must be the toughest time and decision for your dad and I.. We told the school bus to please leave this morning because we wanted to take you ourselves and see you match gloriously into class with strangers! OMG! I cried so much I wanted to take you back home with me!

But I want you to learn! But I also want you with me! I started to think of how to become a teacher maybe I will just sit at home and teach you! Boubacar I just want you by my side always! Tick tock… Im counting seconds, minutes and hours! I wonder if I can wait for the school bus to drop you home! Im coming to get you! I CANT DEAL!!”

Did your child start school yesterday? How did you react?

 

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Esther Nwadiugwu

    Esther Nwadiugwu

    September 12, 2017 at 7:44 am

    …I can relate. I cried my eyes out yesterday , but I sure want him to learn.

  2. Ayoade Aderonke Bob-Manuel

    Ayoade Aderonke Bob-Manuel

    September 12, 2017 at 10:43 am

    Same here too.I cried when I was at work,later called the teacher who told me not to worry that he is playing.

  3. Rebecca Anozie

    Rebecca Anozie

    September 12, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    I miss then all,deir noise n deir cry,but is for deir own gud

  4. Gift Webber

    Gift Webber

    September 12, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    Mine was looking so happy

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