Sharon Shares Life Lessons as a New Mum | Our2Cents

There’s a lesson to learn through every journey and for today, Sharon shares what she’s learned through her first few months of motherhood.

From the art of patience to the stark reality that it’s not always going to be about you – click the video below to see how perspectives have changed for her.

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  1. Avatar Murigi Mwaura March 8th, 2013 at 1:02 pm

    ndubi get the donor money before it dries

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  2. Avatar amuka kenya March 8th, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    wow…am continually amazed at how some civil society groups including this lawyer are played….why are you so “blind”?? did you say you were a lawyer??? even I, a pedestrian, can see whats going on. Wake up!!! Yes the money is truly running out for you..SHAME!!

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  3. Avatar vincent March 8th, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    This is perplexing!
    shame on acog! shame on ndubi! by the way whose interest do you represent
    I advise you to find something else to make you money

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  4. Avatar Kavuvali March 8th, 2013 at 3:11 pm

    Harun Ndubi, time to show your masters (read financiers) that you are worthy their bucks eeeh!!! I know as well as you do that you didn’t decide on your own to petition, did you???? Kenyans have spoken, how i wish you respect this?? It’s your constitutional right to go to court though and i respect that.

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  5. Avatar mimi ni mkenya March 8th, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    Mr Ndubi….you have the interests of Kenyans in your mind?!! Those are some nice rose colored shades you are wearing…..too bad your vision is blurry,let me get you an extra bag so that you know how much your share is.

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  6. Avatar Bashbash Barwaqo March 8th, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    Well going to court is more wise than going public on press. However, let’s also calculate and think of what the implications will be to stop the tallying from being concluded as per the legal mandate given to the IEBC. Fellow Kenyans keep listening and seeing all the happenings but don’t be tired to keep that patience whatever the meddling could be all about.

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