Hurrah- hurray!!! It’s finally another Children’s Day!

First and foremost, I couldn’t help but notice that amongst my readers are the new parents, the OG parents and of course the PeterPans (those who have refused to grow up). Raising a child is one of the most important jobs in the world and you deserve all the kudos! Well done Mum and Dad! I just said I should acknowledge you all oh and wish you an exciting Children’s Day filled with laughter and lasting memories with your kids, because at the end of the day, that’s all that truly matters.

I think we can all agree that children are so easily pleased and fascinated about everything. Afterall, who wouldn’t? When you get to live your best life rent free, and your only KPI is growing up hale and hearty. However, my question for the parents is, how are you ensuring that your child has a secure future they can grow into?

Have you heard about the I-can-save kiddies account? It is a Sterling Bank savings account for minors and teens that will not only prepare them for the future, but help them cultivate the habit of saving from an early age. If as an adult, you’ve ever wished for one stash of cash to magically appear out of the blues, then you might as well help your kids ensure that they always have that stash of cash available for a rainy day. This will definitely set them on a path to financial success and freedom way ahead of their peers.

So while we celebrate our kids for the unprecedented joys and laughter they have brought into our lives, let’s also work to secure their future by teaching them how to save early.

To the ones who fill our mouths with laughter
To the ones whose hearts are pure as ever
To the ones who motivate us to be the best versions of ourselves, if not for anything else, but for them.

Happy Children’s Day!

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Nnenna
Nnenna
14 days ago

A rent-free live; who can reject? I can save account, rescuing children since 1900. Happy children’s day. Me too, I’m a child