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We are really good parents; at least most of us are. I know this for a fact, having been brought up by amazing parents myself. I also know we do our best every day to ensure our little darlings are well taken care of, provided for, and kept safe. 
The world is changing however, and with these changes come a lot of adjustments that need to be made to how we care for our children, different from how and what our parents did.

Childcare in Nigeria comes with its own pack of challenges as we all bear the full responsibility of ensuring our children’s safety. When I mean full responsibility, I mean we barely have enforceable laws that protect our kids from harm. These range from laws on minimum safety standards concerning buildings and road construction, fire safety laws, traffic laws (zebra crossing especially), just to mention a few. So how do we navigate this world of child safety in our dear country and combine providing immediate care for our children to ensuring they are kept from harm’s way?

Welcome to The Baby Analyst blog where
we share ideas on keeping our kids safe in our local environment. We aim to get parents to be more safety-conscious through sharing practical advice on how we deal with these issues in Nigeria, share health tips from our very experienced parents (and new parents of course) and everything else we need to know about how we can best care for our children.

So, hop on board with The Baby Analyst as we begin this very amazing journey of “Everything Kids”. I’m excited already! Woo hoo!


The Baby Analyst,
Not a doctor, just a financial analyst who loves kids

Comments

Ohmashoes Naija said…
Yayyy...welcome baby analyst!!!
Dianah's Place said…
Nice! Hope to see more here. Visuals too.
lynn Davies said…
All hail The Baby Analyst!!! This is great, stuff, a potential biggest fan here!
jeminat alasa said…
The baby analyst on point!

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