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Expectant Mother’s Suva Trip More Than Attending clinic

“There have been many times we see on specials and we tend to forget to carefully check for the expiry dates and the conditions of the packages”
30 Jan 2020 16:00
Expectant Mother’s Suva Trip More Than Attending clinic
Taraivini Naicegulevu shopping at FoodCity Supermarket, Suva on January 28, 2020. Photo: Susana Tuilau

Mother of two, Taraivini Naicegulevu, is expecting the third addition to her family early next month.

Mrs Naicegulevu, 26, travelled from Nabaitav0, Naitasiri to Suva on Tuesday hoping it would be her final maternity clinic.

She kills more than one bird during her Suva trips; this includes her clinic, shopping and doing errands for her family.

She was spotted in FoodCity Supermarket shopping for things her family urgently needs; at the same time checking out on the cost of diapers.

She prefers this supermarket for its convenience as the bus stand is on the opposite side of the road.

“I do my shopping on Tuesdays because that’s when I come to Suva for my clinic. On Saturdays also as it is when my husband is home from work.

“We live with my in-laws in Nabaitavu; my husband is based at Serua as he works there.

“He comes home on the weekends.

“My third child is due next week, February 4.

“I am also shopping for my hospital kit as I do not want to leave it to the last minute.

“There have been many times we see specials and we tend to forget to carefully check for the expiry dates and the conditions of the packages.

“We even tend to buy things we don’t need and then get home and realise it is either expired or damaged.

“Because I live far away I can’t afford to make those mistakes.

“Therefore I always take my time when I shop.

“Don’t be hasty when you see things on specials.”

Feedback: susana.tuilau@fijisun.com.fj

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