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Thursday, September 10 2015

Village Belle - Barbie with her baby
Barbie carrying her baby on her back at their Magere home

You can carry your baby on your back, hip or front depending on what you are comfortable with or what part of the world you're from. New mom, Ghetto first lady, Barbie Itungo Kyagulanyi was yesterday carrying her one-month-old baby on her back just like a typical African woman attracting lots of thumbs up from Bobi Wine fans.

Wearing a big smile as she leaned on the black Bobi Wine customised Escalade, Barbara Itungo aka Barbie carried her baby on her back using a simple cloth as opposed to a baby carrier bringing out the simplicity in her.

 "There's always a first time for everything," the village belle noted on her wall.

"Isn't it too early for your baby to be riding on the back at this time," one asked and Barbie's response was; "It was even a lot earlier for some of us but this is very okay for a baby of one month."

"I have four healthy children that means I have experience, she is a month old. At 4 weeks I had her siblings get o my back. It's not too early for training. This just the beginning. At 6 weeks, she can spend longer time on the back than she does at 4 weeks. Little by little everyday that's how she will manage to handle more time on the back."

"If you insist it's too early, I will understand, you haven't lived amongst the Bakiga women," she concluded.

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