A beautiful African mother has taken to social media to share cute pictures of her little baby boy. She celebrated him with sweet words.
The woman, who was identified as Joha Mubayiwa (@juhaamubayiwa) on Instagram, shared several pictures of her little boy. The proud mum al seized the opportunity to celebrate his black and beautiful skin.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Mubayiwa prayed that she hopes her son always finds his black skin beautiful even if he surrounds himself with people who think otherwise.
Her post reads: “My dear son, I pray that you always find your skin beautiful even when you are surrounded by those who tell you otherwise, i pray you never have to surround yourself with people who demean and laugh at your beauty, this world is not as welcoming to everybody and sometimes your happiness gets stripped away without notice but i promise to always be that flutter of happiness in your life. I cannot believe this boy is almost 1 years old! 1 more month left omg WHERE does the time go? This time last year i was heavily pregnant, eating every 10 minutes like it was my last meal, and now... i get to watch him laugh, smile, grow teeth, comfort and love him when he cries... children are truly the greatest blessing. #feelingsoemotional #growingtoofastformommy.”
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It appears that Mubayiwa can’t stop showering praises on her son. She once shared pictures of him trying to crawl but disclosed that her baby is already learning how to walk better than learning how to crawl.
Her post reads: “We have a crawler... well... a semi-crawler. Looks like he’ll walk before he can properly crawl. 1st pic was after his bath, dragging himself on the floor to get away from being dressed. I always use Organics Olive Oil styling gel, it’s light on your hair, no harmful chemicals, not greasy and also works great for my 4c hair and now his. It is easy to apply too! He stayed still the whole time until i brought his clothes then he began doing HIS version of running.”
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