Paul Ndichu and Evaline

Evaline Momanyi, Janet Mbugua’s sister in law has finally succumbed to pressure.

Janet Mbugua did a ‘get to know’ segment on Evaline Momanyi where she announced she will be starting her own channel.

Evaline Momanyi on her social media asked her fans to send in questions for her Q&A segment on her channel. Of course, questions to do with her career and her new life as a mother were plenty.

But the toughest question was how she copes being in a blended family. Such a tricky topic to tackle.

Isn’t she lovely! Paul Ndichu and Evaline Momanyi finally show off their baby’s face

In case you have been living under a rock, Evaline Momanyi got married to Janet Mbugua’s brother in law who is the baby daddy to Grace Msalame’s twins.

Paul Ndichu and Evaline

I know right, he holds so many titles.

Now that we are on the same page, lets us move on to what her thoughts are on blended families.

Evaline Momanyi decided its time for her to talk about it once and for all. The first thing she said was that people have to understand that her situation is not a unique one.

Paul Ndichu and Evaline

The simple definition of a blended family, also called a stepfamily, is a family unit where one or both parents have children from a previous relationship, but they have combined to form a new family.

We have seen Paul Ndichu, (Evaline’s husband) taking care of the twins and still being there for his new bundle of joy.

Evaline said that a blended family situation is normal, nothing unique about it. Even from the many DM’s she gets.

Paul Ndichu and Evaline

Her two cents on blended families seeing as she is in one are:

There needs to be 1. real love 2. A lot of respect and 3. Communication

Make the best out of it. Father’s in that situation should take every responsibility when it comes to their children.

For her, no matter what, children come first.

Evaline opened up, even more, about her personal life. Many women suffer from body image issues. She admitted to having her own insecurities.

When it comes to her body, she was insecure about her birthmarks that were very distinct.

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